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post #22021 of 51258
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Originally Posted by dappercanadian View Post
 

Guys... these are worn 1x Lobbs for $200. I posted the link a couple nights ago and they're still there. Again not my size/my listing but someone needs to buy these:

 

grailed.com/listings/292126-hermes-hermes-oxfords-natural-color

natural colour makes it hard to pair; and not everyone has the balls to do their own dye job on a pair of lobbs

 

can't beat the price though

post #22022 of 51258
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by dappercanadian View Post
 

Guys... these are worn 1x Lobbs for $200. I posted the link a couple nights ago and they're still there. Again not my size/my listing but someone needs to buy these:

 

grailed.com/listings/292126-hermes-hermes-oxfords-natural-color

natural colour makes it hard to pair; and not everyone has the balls to do their own dye job on a pair of lobbs

 

can't beat the price though

Might be worth buying to sell at that price. Could double your money in Japan.

post #22023 of 51258

Well those went quickly, congrats to whoever got them for $180! @Bahljs ?

post #22024 of 51258

tea dip those buddy.

post #22025 of 51258

Rainy day. All available.

 

Jack Victor peak lapel suit. 42R. Pants are 36W. Dual vents, Loro Piana wool. Super baller.

 

 

 

Burberry London 39R suit. Subtle blue windowpane. Pants are 33W, iirc.

 

 

 

Tie day, I guess.

 

Talbott christmas tie, skinny BB silk/cotton, Burberry, Burberry, Geoff Nicholson

 

 

Talbott, Talbott, Not sure, Talbott BOC, Altea

 

 

All BB's, 2nd on left is ~2.75". J. Press braces.

 

 

3 x Alden plain toes. All 9.5B. Brown ones need polishing pretty badly but overall they're all in good shape.

 

 

post #22026 of 51258
Nice haul at the Rack. Schott pea coat, Jack Spade selvedge jacket, Tori for myself, Schott down

post #22027 of 51258
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Originally Posted by dappercanadian View Post
 

Well those went quickly, congrats to whoever got them for $180! @Bahljs ?

Na, didn't grab them. Thanks all for the looking out though. 

post #22028 of 51258
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Holy heck, what did Rave do for $150? I knew they were expensive, but geez.

It was going to my dad so I had them make it perfect: total cleaning, repaired lining, stain removal and fixed a few moth holes.

This is the third item I've sent to them and I'm always blown away with what they're able to do. They've removed stains my local specialty dry cleaner said were permanent.
post #22029 of 51258
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Originally Posted by dappercanadian View Post

Well those went quickly, congrats to whoever got them for $180! @Bahljs
 ?

I offered $170 last night...no response - guess he was holding out for that extra $10. Thought of just buying at full asking price to flip but hesitated. To the higher offer they went!
post #22030 of 51258

I noticed some members picking up records in this thread. I rarely come across interesting thrift store records, but make a habit of visiting weirdos in NJ through Craigslist and the occasional flea-market. Is anyone here after Blue Note or Prestige? I'm always interested in trading!

 

Edit: Also the odd DIY emo or Pitchfork fodder.

post #22031 of 51258

I e-thrifted Tom Ford boots today, but I'm not posting them right now.

 

 


Instead, I'm posting the lower half of a year-old thrift fitfeaturing my dog, who had to be euthanized today. We've had her since I was eight years old. Goodbye, my friend :(

 

post #22032 of 51258
Thread Starter 
My most sincere condolences, I hope your memories help you with the future.
post #22033 of 51258

Thanks Spoo. 

By some miracle, I was home for thanksgiving when she went downhill. She lost the ability to walk 20 minutes after I got through the door.

I was able to properly say goodbye, which meant a lot. She lived a long, wonderful life, and was in no pain. We should all be so lucky.

post #22034 of 51258

A woman I bought some stuff from before contacted me last week about having run across some of her uncles sunglasses. Made me a nice (thrift prices) deal on a lot of 34 pairs.

 

Here are some of the nicer ones.

 

Carrera 5512

 

 

 

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Bolle

 

 

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Bolle

 

 

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Eagle Eye


 

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Hobie

 

 

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Stetson

 

 

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Stetson

 

 

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Ralph Lauren


 

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Serengeti


 

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Serengeti


 

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Serengeti


 

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Maui Jim


 

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post #22035 of 51258
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Originally Posted by SomethingsFishy View Post


Instead, I'm posting the lower half of a year-old thrift fit—featuring my dog, who had to be euthanized today. We've had her since I was eight years old. Goodbye, my friend :(

 

So sorry to hear that. 

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