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@ChetB congrats man.

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Nothing to sell, but picked up a few things for my own wardrobe yesterday.

 

I've really wanted some sort of tweed jacket that could be worn with jeans for some time, and this fit the bill perfectly - not bad for £10. It's a brown Barleycorn fabric and is in near perfect condition. I really like the pockets, which have some neat suede piping on them. It was also made in West Germany, which is pretty cool.

 

 

Not thrift store, but got a brand new with tags Begg cashmere scarf from TK Maxx for £29. Love this

 

 

Finally a few random made in Italy ties - the two on the left have no labels. Right is only a Profuomo, but it's cotton and silk and ties a nice knot. 

 

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Originally Posted by MeachamLake View Post

Nothing to sell, but picked up a few things for my own wardrobe yesterday.

I've really wanted some sort of tweed jacket that could be worn with jeans for some time, and this fit the bill perfectly - not bad for £10. It's a brown Barleycorn fabric and is in near perfect condition. I really like the pockets, which have some neat suede piping on them. It was also made in West Germany, which is pretty cool.






Not thrift store, but got a brand new with tags Begg cashmere scarf from TK Maxx for £29. Love this




Finally a few random made in Italy ties - the two on the left have no labels. Right is only a Profuomo, but it's cotton and silk and ties a nice knot. 



Well done on the jacket. Fits you real nice.
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^^ Yes!! More pics!!

Woohoo! I had a good feeling about them right when I saw em smile.gif









Nataku, any info or advise on these would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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Haven't caught up with thread yet, just wanted to repost an old PS I did...

 

 

Edit; oops lol, sorry, people were already tired of Spoo music


Edited by mrcmcklwht - 1/17/16 at 7:25am
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Not sure why it's so grainy, I was in a hurry to get out the door last night.

 

Mahatma Holly and her fellow yoga teacher took me and her husband out for dinner last night.

 

Ended up in Fredrick MD, at a couple local breweries and then out to dinner at Bryan Voltaggio's restaurant 'Volt'

 

It was pretty a pretty great night.

 

 

Assisted Thrift Fit

PRL Triple Patch....thrifted

VV Gingam...thrifted by Spoo when he thrifted a whole store.

J Crew Khakis, gifted from Snoogz

 

 

Here is what I selected for dinner.

 

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Some shirts





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Finds from the weekend.  A couple of first time finds.

 

First ever 7 fold.

 

 

Then I found this 40/42R Harris Tweed in a herringbone pattern.  Sadly a bit too big for me.

 

 

 

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Thinkin about an estate sale today of a very famous figure in this town that has since passed. I'm obviously hoping for some bespoke, however going through the images of what's available, between the 1st edition library and all the art, the multiple Pianos, etc.. they made sure to highlight this as well

 

Not droppin names til I get back (if I go) but this shit is so out of place.. and I may need to purchase it

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Thinkin about an estate sale today of a very famous figure in this town that has since passed. I'm obviously hoping for some bespoke, however going through the images of what's available, between the 1st edition library and all the art, the multiple Pianos, etc.. they made sure to highlight this as well

 

Not droppin names til I get back (if I go) but this shit is so out of place.. and I may need to purchase it

Not really hard to figure out when you post like this. I imagine a sale like this would be a madhouse.

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Not really hard to figure out when you post like this. I imagine a sale like this would be a madhouse.

How'd you figure it out? And I plan on getting there on time and being in and out and it's in a super exclusive part of town, zero parking or anything so the crowds will be down unless there's a ton of people taking ubers and taxis.

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A few more from Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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First stop Friday morning...

Why I love Alabama (Click to show)

 

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Thrift store Warhol.  (same guy found a potential Van Gogh in a thrift as well...)

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Thread Starter 
Ladies and gents, please welcome the thriftening back to uncle spoo
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