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post #28171 of 51274
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Originally Posted by dazedstate View Post

LOL, the eBay guy

Shit i didnt realize i was doing that.he must have permeated my cortex.hes on amazon too now i think
post #28172 of 51274
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post

I dunno why i like to poke impy...but every time i see those poses i think ebay guy.

[Playing with fire]

The Impy...Game of Thrifts
post #28173 of 51274
Oxxford Cashmere



Brioni 70% Cashmere 30% Wool wit some cool Brioni buttons



Corduroy Purple Label


Some cool Paul Smith plaid pants


Little help please- got this Paul Smith Made in Italy Suit




But has a small tear on the back shoulder


Can that be fixed? I wasn't leaving it for $5.
post #28174 of 51274
Couple of more items from today.
The Prada is a 46r (56) so if you wanna look like a Milanese Millionaire get at me.look at those lapels man.
Strangely its unvented even though its a very recent label and ff pants.
Snyder is a first for me....
Oakleys are mint rare e wire iridiums in gold plus some vintage polo shades.










post #28175 of 51274
Remove the Brioni buttons and sell separatley good for 100 to 150.
Get some NICE replacement buttons for the blazer.you will double your profit i do this every time
post #28176 of 51274
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

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Originally Posted by dazedstate View Post

LOL, the eBay guy

Shit i didnt realize i was doing that.he must have permeated my cortex.hes on amazon too now i think
Pretty sure that dude is a current or former prl model, not just eBay. I think they fulled those pictures from the prl website.
post #28177 of 51274
No way.look how frumpy his collar is and untucked shirt.thats amateur hour.PRL would never allow that.those are his pics.
post #28178 of 51274
Yea there's no way. Ralphie would not approve those pics
post #28179 of 51274
How am I looking auth wise here?
I've seen a decent amount of recent Chanel clothes and Accessories, but nothing vintage really so I'm not real sure on the protocol.




Been slacking like hell on photos too.. Some dope furniture in the thread though lately guys. nod[1].gif
post #28180 of 51274
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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post

How am I looking auth wise here?
I've seen a decent amount of recent Chanel clothes and Accessories, but nothing vintage really so I'm not real sure on the protocol.




Been slacking like hell on photos too.. Some dope furniture in the thread though lately guys. nod[1].gif
well if it's vintage chanel the size would hug the right side closer to the center stamp on back. The stamp looks weird as the fonts not bold enough and the second line looks off center. There should be a small plaque on the back of the buckle. The belt keeper looks like tough Chinese leather not soft relaxed leather.
post #28181 of 51274
^thank you sir
post #28182 of 51274
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^thank you sir
The thing that really threw me off is its not gold.
post #28183 of 51274
Camera guys, in the field. Thing?

post #28184 of 51274
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Originally Posted by Thrift Vader View Post

Camera guys, in the field. Thing?

 

My eBay-fu says no but I could be just looking wrong. 

post #28185 of 51274
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Originally Posted by dahl5yankees View Post

Thrifting in Minnesota has become more and more popular.

This photo was taken by me this week as a new rack came out
at the Salvation Army in Bloomington, MN.

Not the overwhelmingly popular Goodwill Minnetonka or Hopinks
but Salvation Army.

4th woman not shown in photo, rack had just been rolled out.

Notice the ole shopping cart block trick =)

You try this crap in Texas they'll rip your arms off. Last time I was in Dallas thrifting. I walked up to a new rack pulled off three skeets and the store worker came up to me and said that I wasn't allowed to touch anything on the rack until she hangs it up to give everybody a fair chance so She made me put them back. So I was just fallowing her around the store being a shadow for 30 min picking up everything she was pissed. I've noticed some squatters at some of my stores more recently they just kick it in the furniture section all day and wait for things to come out and strike. There only after furniture and electronics luckily.
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