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I think this thread is done. That Brioni nipped it in the bud and nothing will come close....
post #29267 of 51165
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Originally Posted by Purplelabel View Post

I think this thread is done. That Brioni nipped it in the bud and nothing will come close....

I advise you to stick around a while. Every time it seems like it can't get any better....

post #29268 of 51165
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

I advise you to stick around a while. Every time it seems like it can't get any better....
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

I advise you to stick around a while. Every time it seems like it can't get any better....

This exactly.I will give it 3 days before something more amazing will get posted.thats the great thing about this place.
post #29269 of 51165
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Originally Posted by timhortons View Post
 

SHHHELLL CORDOVAN 

 

 

 

wait a minute....i might have been fooled.


Edited by timhortons - 2/8/16 at 11:23pm
post #29270 of 51165
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Originally Posted by Purplelabel View Post

I think this thread is done. That Brioni nipped it in the bud and nothing will come close....

That Brioni was hot no doubt, but like others said, you're still new, stick around... The Sulka Cashmere coat by Chester Barrie is fucking heat and that's same day.

post #29271 of 51165
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

I advise you to stick around a while. Every time it seems like it can't get any better....

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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post

That Brioni was hot no doubt, but like others said, you're still new, stick around... The Sulka Cashmere coat by Chester Barrie is fucking heat and that's same day.

I'm saying put, I want to see more fire from the inner depths of the thrift.
post #29272 of 51165
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Originally Posted by matty long legs View Post

Feel free to PM.

I know less than nothing about watches. Can someone please educate me or point me where I can get an education on what I have here. Looking for info on date, materials, movement, reasonable price to pay.






I have a similar Seamaster without the date window ( my preference) and with a raised
relief on the back of the case depicting a seahorse. It is 18k gold and dates from 1963.
Worth several thousand, dollars, I think.
post #29273 of 51165
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

RRL is N/A but I have a question - they fit me wonderfully, just a bit big in the waist. If I put my hands in the pockets and push down, they slide down. Im sure if I washed them they would shrink up, but the previous dude was obviously a denim head and they are crisp and feel unwashed. What should I do? Suck it up and just wear a belt or wash them to get them to fit better? I really don't want to sell them, they fit great except the waist.

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Megatrendy Ted Baker coat


Gant raincoat


 

 




Zegna su misura pinstripe suit jacket,
should have perhaps left it behind for lack of pants.

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My e-thrift came in today - William Hunt DB thick navy cardigan. Made in Italy. £5(!)

Potato pic as I was in a hurry:

post #29276 of 51165
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post


Easily my fave pants! The front metal tab closure is getting sketch so imma have em converted to button...that's how much I like them. One gal at the Golden Nugget roulette table said "those are 'yes' pants".

First class with a gin & tonic, and Spoo's old pants - hahaha!

 

Manly straw.
Those "trousers" are sick as balls, man :slayer:
post #29277 of 51165
E-Thrift brag. Not the usual ethrift, but I just bought this for my grandpa who served on the USS Oakland in the 40s. Pretty excited to give him the cap. This is better than finding a Brioni Cashmere Overcoat any day of the week!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/291302372961?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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Tiger tan coat/parka missing hood, Dutti Sport suede safari shirt, C.P. Company wool scarf, NWT 501's, Helmut Lang, green Levi's jacket and nice shoe trees.

 

 

 

 

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post #29279 of 51165
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

That Sulka cashmere is sex.

don't tell me if its a 40 L.

44.
post #29280 of 51165
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

Kiton club. Only took 3.5 years. Both are orphans and the pants never turned up. The one jacket is the most frustrating thing I've ever tried to photograph. It's brown, but such a dark shade of brown that it can appear gray. I gave up trying to get the photos to come out good.

 

I don't know much editing you do, but every time I get a stubborn brown I'll take it into photoshop and go into image - adjustments - color balance and just up the yellows and reds slightly until it looks like it does in real life. 

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