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$3 sale at goodwill, got some junk











Nothing very exciting, I don't think I would have picked any of it up if it didn't run just over 20 bucks for the whole lot.

The Versace Classic was tagged at 49.99, most expensive tag I've seen at a goodwill for clothes.
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Picked up a hat. Are all hats supposed to have a ribbon? Any recommendations on the color?


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Stuff from the last few days. Sorry if any duplicates(W&G). Finally got some daylight. All available.

 

 

Willis & Geiger g-1 flight jacket. Size 48.

 

 

Patagonia Men's Better Sweater. Size Small

 

 

Mountain Hardwear Monkey Man Fleece. Men's Small.

 

 

Pringle of Scotland shawl cardigan. 100% shetland wool. (N/A. Already going to @ahk11

 

 

Braemar of Scotland. 100% Cashmere cardi. Size 40.

 

 

Filson thick cotton work shirt. Size XXL. 

 

 

Southwick charcoal suit. Roughly 44S/R.

 

 

Southwick DB suit. Same donor.

 

 

For the womens. Eileen Fisher metallic blend jacket. Shit is super dope. Size large.

 

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Two very unusual Hermes,the office window one cracked me up.

 

 

 

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I have never seen a upper tag on Isaia pieces that say "made in italy". Does it have all of its traditional isaia tailoring trademarks?
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EZ 100% cashmere on left, wool on right:



Quasi pop on Loro Piana. Cashmere and silk with little hole at neck. Will moths eat something that is cash/silk?


Toddler size Reyn Spooner. @Fueco get at me if you manage to slip one past the goalie.

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I have never seen a upper tag on Isaia pieces that say "made in italy". Does it have all of its traditional isaia tailoring trademarks?

First time seeing it as well and i am sure the owner had it done from the local cleaners because its messy stitching. Size tag, tailoring and lining is legit.

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Edit...holy shit these are Hermes Exclusive editions both of them.
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i think moths will eat any protein-based fiber. small holes like that can be fixed.

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Thread Starter 
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$3 sale at goodwill, got some junk Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)










Nothing very exciting, I don't think I would have picked any of it up if it didn't run just over 20 bucks for the whole lot.

The Versace Classic was tagged at 49.99, most expensive tag I've seen at a goodwill for clothes.

Versace is also fake peepwall[1].gif
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Originally Posted by rhyme View Post

First time seeing it as well and i am sure the owner had it done from the local cleaners because its messy stitching. Size tag, tailoring and lining is legit.
There was no doubt it was by the inside pocket construction above the label. That's what I was thinking he just had it replaced.
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@impuntura those hermes!!!

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I'm still a noob but I really would think of a "grail tie" as an oxymoron, but I would almost say you've got a grail tie there bud :fistbump:

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Shouts to @330CK, my Secret Santa! I got a dibs on a future find and some of the local FL roast. I plan to be in a pretty sorry state tomorrow so I'm looking forward to a cup!

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