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post #21226 of 51097
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My first Hermes.

 

The keeper/label is missing but the tie is a keeper anyway.  May wear it to a Christmas party tonight.

 

 

Nice! Buuuut "christmas party tonight"?!? Are you posting from a time machine? 
post #21227 of 51097
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Originally Posted by green_machine View Post

Dude, what size? I can't really tell from here. If it's a large, I'm a homie who likes sewing: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

A tie i re-slip stitched like an hermes with a double loop.



Size 3. It might go to someone else. Sorry, bro.

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Hey who had the 7.5 shoe size here?

Me me me! Brodeetz

Chrome fucking heart!!!!!!!!!
post #21228 of 51097
Found a few cool things today.

My size. Fits perfect. Probably N/A. Don't think it's ever been worn.





Bought this for me as it fit me really well. Not sure I can pull off the styling though. Gonna make this available for what I paid (I paid up), otherwise gonna return on Monday. Super nice. Softest leather I've felt in a long time. Tagged a Eu 50/M but fits like a 42-44 R.







Couldn't wait to give this a spin. Was hoping for some great prog rock doused with Moog and synth. Nope. Disappointed. Mostly acoustic with orchestral arrangements. Oh well. It was only a buck.




These are awesome. Wimmenz though. My wife was very disappointed when I told her they were not her size.






Was in a hurry at the last stop. Did a quick run through the athleticwear looking for Lulu. Found a tan/white striped scuba hoodie for the wife (not pictured) and saw a streaky gray techy t-shirt with those signature stitched stripes near the shoulder. Thought I had a gray Metal Vent t-shirt. Threw it in the cart and was chatting with the cashier while being rung up so didn't pay any attention to it.



Got home and unloaded everything. Was about to look for the hidden size when I noticed something that I didn't notice in the store....
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ffffuuuu.gif


post #21229 of 51097
That Longhi is fire. Such underrated stuff.
post #21230 of 51097
Lol Friday
post #21231 of 51097

wth ian, 2 kitons in two weeks?

post #21232 of 51097

Made in Italy PRL

 

 

Is the tag any indication of the maker? 

post #21233 of 51097
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Canadian. Their Thanksgiving was last month.
post #21234 of 51097
Thread Starter 
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Made in Italy PRL


Is the tag any indication of the maker? 

Its Corneliani.

And for me, pics soon, but that Schott horsehide feels. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #21235 of 51097
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Its Corneliani.

And for me, pics soon, but that Schott horsehide feels. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

You thrifted the Schott horsehide jacket?? I found one at a resale store once NWT's for 500 and fit perfectly but decided to put some rational thought into the decision and not impulse, and then it was gone forever. That jacket is fucking perfect.

 

Edit: It was also the racer too and I kinda wanted a perfecto...

post #21236 of 51097
Bunch of meh today really but big ups to the stores that sell CDs for 99 cents for my car

post #21237 of 51097
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Bunch of meh today really but big ups to the stores that sell CDs for 99 cents for my car

That 3rd cd and that 5th cd lack any notable flaw on any track. period. The 4th is a runner up just based on Primo's production alone.

post #21238 of 51097
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Its Corneliani.
 

Cool beans. Is there typically anything on that tag that would help identify exactly what collection it was from? 

post #21239 of 51097
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Originally Posted by Beeare View Post
 

Cool beans. Is there typically anything on that tag that would help identify exactly what collection it was from? 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/24109/hof-labels-heels-and-nail-patterns-secrets-to-id-the-maker/0_100

 

You can try there. It's recent though, you can tell by the patch.

post #21240 of 51097
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Bunch of meh today really but big ups to the stores that sell CDs for 99 cents for my car


Love that group of CDs right there ^^^ I bought the Lion King on CD today because it was $0.50 Lol. Radio sucks now a days.
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