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i got curious and decided to see how quickly i could figure this out. < 10 min!

Do you care to share?
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My gf made a winterjacket for our pug, vintage tweed, lined with a wool fleece and a fur collar. Semi thriftrelated as all the materials are thrifted.


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Selvage denim Christmas tree. Kop or no Kop?

 



Only if its wearing shell
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@Shoeluv regarding dad jeans, it's up to you but if you look  half as rad as Alain Delon here you're good IMO

 

 

+1 to the idea of checking out other parts of the forum, regarding jeans now AMI has come into my sights cause I do have big thighs but I also found that N&F has good stuff. 

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Second Spiewak in as many weeks. n3b this time tho.

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oh yeah, re: selvedge with big thighs, skinny below the knee:

 

the lvc 1878 pantaloon has exactly that fit, lots of anti-fit through the seat and upper legs, very tapered and fitted below the knee.

 

but it's a pretty eccentric denimz, the design predates the 5-pocket jean so there's no yoke, a split waistband, a very very high back rise. lightweight denim. imo would be great with suspenders. they also shred the selvedge up the leg so they really can't be washed lol. it's a hardcore repro and also very very hard to find at this point. love it.

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oh yeah, re: selvedge with big thighs, skinny below the knee:

the lvc 1878 pantaloon has exactly that fit, lots of anti-fit through the seat and upper legs, very tapered and fitted below the knee.

but it's a pretty eccentric denimz, the design predates the 5-pocket jean so there's no yoke, a split waistband, a very very high back rise. lightweight denim. imo would be great with suspenders. they also shred the selvedge up the leg so they really can't be washed lol. it's a hardcore repro and also very very hard to find at this point. love it.

Damn good description of those. I love mine, but find the fit a bit awkward for more than a small amount of moving around.
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100%

 

I'm done with the arguing. Life has thrown bigger fish to fry my way.

 

When life throws you lemons, you make lemonade. When life throws me lemons, I make coffee.

 

 

 

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What machine is that @fueco

Me thinks some Saeco super auto :hide:

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Whilst most of you are still in chrimbo limbo, some of us have to work wink.gif It was my first day back in the office today, which meant I could do my usual jaunt around my regular charity shops on my lunch break. Nothing fancy, just a few choice bits to perk up the PayPal balance. All available.

Asics gel noosa Tri 9 running shoes. UK 10. Pretty well used but sell well. Especially with January around the corner. Any running bros want?
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APC jeans. My jean game is poor so I don't know what kind of denim they are. Actually I know very little about if they are decent at all. They look in great condition. They say 42 on the label. Really baggy fit. Have I kopped wimmenz?
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My first RRL Ralph Lauren blue check shirt. Nice loop fastening for the top button and two chest pockets. 100% rayon. Is this shit cool? Quality seems lovely. Mens XL.
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Left stuff that seemed a potential headache like a RL jumper with a slight oily stain, and a few other fodder type items I couldn't be bothered to gamble on.
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Me thinks some Saeco super auto peepwall%5B1%5D.gif

Yeah, something like that. My wife got it for me for Christmas last year, and doesn't know as much about the good machines. My next one will definitely not be super auto. This thing wastes so many beans because the hopper sucks.
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post


Thrifted



 

 

Is this the complete list of cool stuff from A-list famous dudes we've seen here?

 

Calvin Klein - Caraceni suit
Will Smith - Tom Ford suits
Eric Clapton - Savile Row suits
Jason Statham - Cucinelli jacket


Edited by ChetB - 12/30/15 at 12:45pm
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I think that I remember seeing a few suits / sport coats from pro athletes on here.

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I got one of Jay Cutler's dinner jackets

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