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Second pair of Church's shoes this week.

Harrow Tassel Loafers and they look like they've only been worn a handful of times.











On Monday I got a pair of Church's Consuls, and they're also in great shape.









Other interesting items are Hiltl cords which look almost new, and a pair of slim fit, low rise Gucci trousers. Gucci Riding.









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Anybody recognize these? I can't see any makers details inside, but they're boss as hell.

 

There's also a vintage Hermes women's blazer in there for 50 clams... tempting to flip. But I don't know.

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Baron leather garment bag, and a better pic of the Diors from the other day

 

 

 

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lol happy birthday amigo!

Thanks!
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Thanks!

Happy Birthday!!!

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@Odradek those are some sweet shoes. Beautiful.

 

Any other UK members NEVER find any shoes at all? I've scoured many many charity shops and vintage stores and nobody stocks shoes, let alone any high quality ones. Do we just culturally throw them away? Part of me guesses that because the weather is so bad here, most decent shoes will be destroyed and thus thrown away. Shame. 

 

By the way - does Orvis stuff actually sell? I've come across quite a few casual jackets in my time but never bothered. There's a pretty nice Harrington jacket in one of the local shops right now. 

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@Odradek those are some sweet shoes. Beautiful.

 

Any other UK members NEVER find any shoes at all? I've scoured many many charity shops and vintage stores and nobody stocks shoes, let alone any high quality ones. Do we just culturally throw them away? Part of me guesses that because the weather is so bad here, most decent shoes will be destroyed and thus thrown away. Shame. 

 

By the way - does Orvis stuff actually sell? I've come across quite a few casual jackets in my time but never bothered. There's a pretty nice Harrington jacket in one of the local shops right now. 

 

I've seen a pair of Gucci loafers in a vintage shop before; but they had the GG print all over. I'll pass.

 

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Sorry, I suppose it could just be a bad angle, but I think those ostrich loafers are ugly as hell. I think its the hardware doing it.

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Finally... biker folk, passed on this. Did I make a mistake?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I say yes as Volvo and Cannondale are long since split, I'll typically grab sponsored team jerseys like that...you'd be surprised.

Ugh, not a Cannondale fan but Styleforum's resident Volvo guy, would love to find that and wear it riding my Santa Cruz!

Deets on that EZ striped shirt?
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Sorry, I suppose it could just be a bad angle, but I think those ostrich loafers are ugly as hell. I think its the hardware doing it.

Ostrich? Is it ostrich?
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Ostrich? Is it ostrich?

yeah

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Ostrich? Is it ostrich?

Specifically the foot of the ostrich. That's why it looks different than the ostrich you're used to.

 

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 I'm assuming it is Canadian military issue.  

 

Canada has a military?

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* red dot indicates the location of the home of the only moron in Pennsylvania without a snowblower.

 

** all other colors indicate the thrifting territory of previously mentioned moron.

 

I would strongly suggest going out every once and a while to shovel. If you wait until it's over, it's going to suck.

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Specifically the foot of the ostrich. That's why it looks different than the ostrich you're used to.

 

Man that's cool! I never knew that. Thanks, man! I'm tempted to get them to put on ice until the Summer.

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Anybody recognize these? I can't see any makers details inside, but they're boss as hell.

Post a pic the sole nail pattern.
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@Odradek
 those are some sweet shoes. Beautiful.

Any other UK members NEVER find any shoes at all? I've scoured many many charity shops and vintage stores and nobody stocks shoes, let alone any high quality ones. Do we just culturally throw them away? Part of me guesses that because the weather is so bad here, most decent shoes will be destroyed and thus thrown away. Shame. 

I've found some but not many. Recently found a lovely pair of Church's that were barely worn. Flipped same day. Lots of trainers too.
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