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PSA: Sid Mashburn half off sale, and not just the dregs - winter stuff included.

House brand plus some Barbour, Filson, Sartorio, Begg etc.
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Im impressed someone else knew this. Its not very common outside the city and its really talked about here. Well done, young man!

Tyvm, oddly enough I've run across probably a dozen or so of their pieces here, both mens and womens. Seems like fairly nice stuff in most cases. 

 

Side note, I got off work early today due to weather, and went by the high end menswear consignment shop in town; they have a new employee, who did not think they made cashmere ties, and has no idea what a 7fold tie is. However he would love to sell you some Hermes.

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@Nataku /@Fueco /@Takai /anyone else who knows vintage US outerwear:

 

Is this anything special?

 

 

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PSA: Sid Mashburn half off sale, and not just the dregs - winter stuff included.

House brand plus some Barbour, Filson, Sartorio, Begg etc.

these are awesome.
http://www.sidmashburn.com/sale/scarves-gloves-hats/terra-merola-peccary-glove.html
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If anyone needs NWT Taylor Stitch navy chinos (Brennan Slim) HMU (Edit: Size 31)

 

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Vintage selvedge boy's denim jacket? Sure, why not...

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A day full of easy to list and store stuff. I don't mind that at all. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Astor & Black

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Had never heard of this collab, but it's real nice and fits. 

 

 

 

Loafer haul from earlier today. About 85% sure that these Peter Millars are all just rebranded Martin Dingmans. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are so orange. Bottoms are bright blue.

  

 

 

Cable & Co. Am I correct in assuming real croc? 

 

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Those Kiel belts are nice...and money.
post #27264 of 51073
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Woah! I won the thrifties? Thanks for the votes dudes! Sorry for the delays in PMs, I'm moving at the end of the month and it's a tornado inside my house.
 

Unless prices skyrocketed, Thom Grey is a lot cheaper than Thom Browne. Nowhere near the quality although obvious same aesthetic. But nice haul. And congrats on winning the thrifties, what thread is this on? I didn't know this was a thing.


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Unless prices skyrocketed, Thom Grey is a lot cheaper than Tom Ford. Nowhere near the quality although obvious same aesthetic. But nice haul. And congrats on winning the thrifties, what thread is this on? I didn't know this was a thing.

That's because it's Thom Browne diffusion.

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my neighbor is so awesome.

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That's because it's Thom Browne diffusion.

Yes I know, as he stated as well, but was confused as to that fact that it was a diffusion yet extremely close in price and I was merely stating that unless this is a recent development, the prices differ a lot more than he's thinking. And I while referencing Thom Browe, I obviously accidently said Tom Ford, my bad.

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Looks like an old lonely suit orphan put out to pasture. Take him home if he is your drinking buddy and good friend. He will just be lonely otherwise.

Okay. Thanks. I passed, but was wondering if it had potential.

I've had better luck finding ties.
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The last item is 16 feet long piece of silk.
$4 bucks
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I spy a "The Foursome" hanger in there. That made it quite a ways away from home...

Yeah funny enough not a single marked hanger came from anyone here near kc ha.
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