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Ini Cooperative sample snowboard jackets

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Recent trade from @EasyE - Thanks dude

3x J. Crew Ludlows, 42L 44L and a 42L in that order

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post #28907 of 51058
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By vitamins do you mean prescription pain killers, medicinal herb, and poppers?

Definitely not. Seriously, supplements.
post #28908 of 51058
Today was a damn good day. It started off with those Ann Demeulemeester piratey combat boots, and then a bunch of stuff in my size.

I haven't figured out where to set up in my new place, it's late, cloudy and iPhone, so these photos all suck.





I'm pretty sure the Etons and these three jackets were from one guy.
it doesn't really show up in the photos but this is a 100% wool seersucker unlined jacket. The buttons are gross so I'm going to swap those out and this will be constantly worn come summer.



This is the current label right? Since everything was from the same dude I didn't even look at the vent situation on this one. unvented. ffffuuuu.gif



Wool & silk & vents travel jacket




Underpriced consignment on this bad boy. Cotton & silk & unstructured goodness. It'll probably be April before I wear this though.


post #28909 of 51058

sick lapels on that boglioli. i have the same fabric but with notch lapels

post #28910 of 51058
Can I get a quick garbage check?

I vaguely remember seeing balmain jeans here before being desirable.





post #28911 of 51058
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Originally Posted by Spruce Moose View Post

Can I get a quick garbage check?


 

 

It looks like a British pattern CPOG (Chemical Protective Over Garment).

post #28912 of 51058
Day 3: Music City madmen

Brunello Cucinello xxl, j. Press 16.5, Brioni linen xl


Oh skeet, skeet, skeet


Duchamp 16" French cuff, VV xl, Ralph Lauren med patchwork madras


Made in Italy polo, bb makers, Jim Thompson, Hickey Freeman


Vv, Zegna, talbott BoC


Solid day. Time to spend tomorrow being a tourist. Maybe hit a few shops.
post #28913 of 51058
Pendleton shirts are literally what got me into selling clothing on eBay. Being a casual thrifter for years, I knew Pendletons were a great brand to look out for... One day I found 7 Pendletons for $5 each... Threw them up on eBay, and the rest is history. I only sell them in fall and winter, and hoard them the rest of the year. They're almost always an easy $30 for me. The westerns are $40+. I sold a limited edition beach boys board shirt for $90 not too long ago. Even if they're shrunk, I'll still grab them if they're cheap, and aren't otherwise damaged. I've sold many with rips and holes for $20+ too.
post #28914 of 51058
Highlights from day 2 (terrible day for me) and day 3 of Wisco to Tennessee thrift trip:

Billy Reid $3, Billionaire Boys Club $3



Tommy Hilfiger overalls $13



Vineyard Vines belt $7



Peter Millar shirt $2


Peter Millar Chesepeake jacket $10



NFS
post #28915 of 51058
Thread Starter 
$1.50 total

post #28916 of 51058

Tory Burch X 7

 

post #28917 of 51058
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

E thrift came today, fits like a glove



Love it
post #28918 of 51058
Okay guys looking for some thread expertise.
Found my first barbour waxed jacket today. I am very happy as this was probably the top thing on my thrifting list. However it is quite a bit lighter than the ones I know.




I am coming up blank online. Very light weight almost like a rain parka. I would think of it as a military "waterproof." Truth is I really like the lightness. As I live in Dallas I would think this could be used as a rain coat a good part of the year.
Any help with what this is is appreciated.
Edit: it may be an unlined Durham.
Edited by Woofa - 2/5/16 at 6:48pm
post #28919 of 51058
Left the balmain jeans but holy crap this is the nicest Paul and shark I've seen. Mintttt


post #28920 of 51058
Was like 55 degrees three or 4 days ago. 20 today.

Little thrift fit.

New Zealand Hand cut Shearling: true thrift -$10
Steven Alan polo: true thrift -$4.50
Pendleton scarf: true thrift $.99
Deerskin gloves: true thrift $.49
Jean Shop selvedge: true thrift $5.99
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