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Rarest Zanella ever?

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Sizes based on measurements not tags.

 

BB Seersucker 45R

 

 

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PRL Cord Triple Patch Pocket - 45R

 

 

 

 

 

Beige Fresco 45R

 

 

 

 

 

BB Wool/Silk/Linen 45R

 

 

 

 

 

Burberry's Wool/Silk 44R

 

 

 

 

 

HSM Check - 45R

 

 

 

 

 

HSM Windowpane - 46R

 

 

 

 

 

Norman Hilton Triple Patch Tweed, probably a coat rather than a sport coat, tagged 40 but as a sport coat its a 44

 

 

 

 

 

Harris Tweed - 45R

 

 

 

 

 

Jack Victor, Bamboo Viscose - 43R

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Purge, huh?   Maybe I should do this, too.   But, does anybody else on here wear 48L or 50L? 

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The Purge, huh?   Maybe I should do this, too.   But, does anybody else on here wear 48L or 50L? 

 

@Mr G from SD @Snoogz 

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The Purge, huh?   Maybe I should do this, too.   But, does anybody else on here wear 48L or 50L? 

I know someone but he's probably taking a shit right now.

#oldschoolthriftthreadjoke
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Funny what you can interpret from the Goodwill racks. Today I saw the story of a tiny man who loved Faconnable shirts and once had many truly awful suits. Why so many awful suits, tiny man? I hope you got a promotion in your suit-wearing, low-paying job, and bought better suits! Good for you if so!

 

Other people also donated things, and I bought some of those things. It was Fall-Appropriate Clothing Day for me.

 

Pendleton coats:

whoever cut out the tag was a jerk.

 

 

 

Also some Woolrich Made in USA goodness

 

 

and another Woolrich I liked and fits, so who cares if it's the vintage label or not

 

Paul Stuart navy blazer (or orphan?) in 42L. Nice, if unexciting

 

Barbour shirt

 

Doogan Donegal made in Ireland sweater

 

Zegna light sweater

 

Orvis shirt

 

I love people who wash clothes poorly. I've bought several really nice wool sweaters and shirts this season that are marked XL, XXL, etc. but fit me as a small/medium. Here's one marked Large that's really a small, fits me great:

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im glad im not the only one who anthropomorphizes at the thrifts.
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im glad im not the only one who anthropomorphizes at the thrifts.

 

Its even more fun to it at estate sales.  

 

Sometimes my wife and make up detailed stories about the people who lived there.    Its also sometimes very sad seeing this huge collection of crap that people are pawing through.  

 

Its really fun when you go into a house that looks very conservative and straight laced.  Maybe even a cookbook from the local church and the sewing area where the old lady turned her old dresses into aprons and then, in the top of the closet or way down inside the cedar chest or somewhere equally hidden you find a big ole book about Bondage or some other fetish.   It always warms my heart to see a sale of some really old people and based on what you find, you can guess that they were still getting freaky even as old people (be careful not to imagine it too much, that's just nasty, but its a good thought anyway).  

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Did someone say 48L?

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Its even more fun to it at estate sales.  

Sometimes my wife and make up detailed stories about the people who lived there.    Its also sometimes very sad seeing this huge collection of crap that people are pawing through.  

Its really fun when you go into a house that looks very conservative and straight laced.  Maybe even a cookbook from the local church and the sewing area where the old lady turned her old dresses into aprons and then, in the top of the closet or way down inside the cedar chest or somewhere equally hidden you find a big ole book about Bondage or some other fetish.   It always warms my heart to see a sale of some really old people and based on what you find, you can guess that they were still getting freaky even as old people (be careful not to imagine it too much, that's just nasty, but its a good thought anyway).  

I try not to do that because they're usually dead.

I went to one last week that was a legit hoarder house. They hoarded 80s fashion. Had to snap a pic. the poster is classic.

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

Sell me some ties (sorry it was too easy)

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Kiton who?

 

Inside pocket,with how the canadian $ is it paid for a quarter of the jacket

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Kiton who?

 

1) Baller jacket

 

2) Did you seriously just button the bottom button? 

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Label check? I know I've seen it... Just can't recall, and searching via mobile sucks...

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Label check? I know I've seen it... Just can't recall, and searching via mobile sucks...


Nervesa
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Shit,I did didnt I.come on Frenchy get ur shit together.
Im sorry guys.
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