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Capnwes was right, its loud as fuck in here! Can yall keep it down?? satisfied.gif

Looks to be a college reunion blazer, my guess is Clemson. There are no tags at all but there is the slots next to the front pocket to insert the logo. Pretty sweet. No idea on age, has tweed wool.









Palm Beach Tartan, looks to fit a 40 S. Y u no 40 L !? foo.gif
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post #20927 of 57794

That stripe, OMG

post #20928 of 57794

For anyone into fashion tennis shoe and is a 10.5

 

Passed on a pair of Salvatore Ferragamos at lunch. Brown suede in what I can only think to describe as a cross between an ankle boot and piloti style driving shoe. Looked nearly new at $75. Will proxy if interested

 

 

PS @cpmac7 ................... #woah

post #20929 of 57794
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Don't worry, they're 10s. Which fit my 11/11.5 feet perfectly 'cause Beans run big. devil.gif
ugly-christmas-suit-1.jpg

 

 

Not bad... I was picturing you in this number from Loudmouth Golf.

 

post #20930 of 57794
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Not bad... I was picturing you in this number from Loudmouth Golf.
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Let's not get carried away, now. Who do you think I am, @ReubenR?
post #20931 of 57794
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Let's not get carried away, now. Who do you think I am, @ReubenR?

Shots fired lol
post #20932 of 57794
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Let's not get carried away, now. Who do you think I am, @ReubenR?

 

 

Don't make me open Photoshop. :decisions:

post #20933 of 57794

Dat Louisville style

post #20934 of 57794
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Dat Louisville style


Clearly a Hoosier. We try not to let them across the bridge, when we can help it.
post #20935 of 57794

I was thinking that shirt looked like a Haggar...

post #20936 of 57794

I think it looks good on you... :fonz:

 

 

post #20937 of 57794
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I had that thought initially, but the fact that it was made in a Chicago store plus the proportions of the I really make me say no to Iowa State. If it was, it had to be 1940s-1950s and even then I'm pretty sure they wouldn't be able to use same block I legally.

http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/list_by_team/713/Iowa_State_Cyclones/

You'll rarely (perhaps never) see a letter sweater/jacket use a logo, so you can't use that as any sort of judge
post #20938 of 57794
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Anyone in the Portland area willing to proxy some sweaters? biggrin.gif


 

Shit. I would, but I've been burning through cash at an alarming rate lately. 

post #20939 of 57794
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

I think it looks good on you... :fonz:

 

 

I think the tie is too matchy matchy.

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Anyone in the Portland area willing to proxy some sweaters? biggrin.gif

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Shit. I would, but I've been burning through cash at an alarming rate lately. 

You could always sell some ties.

post #20940 of 57794
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Dat Louisville style

 

My grandmother had some heels like that she wore all the time.  

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