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Glad it made it Fueco!

And thanks to Ace_Face for a great trade!
post #30602 of 51097

AppleMark

AppleMark

AppleMark

AppleMark

This harris knit is gorgeous, will try to get a better picture later.

AppleMark

AppleMark

AppleMark

post #30603 of 51097

Felt the urge today and did some dedicated thrifting (rather than just coffee stops and the like) for the first time in a while.  

 

Much available.  

 

 

Polo, Polo, very very cool Brioni Sport 

 

2x Inco (Khaki Chino Linos NA), Gieves & Hawkes (are these the good G&H?  Is there bad G&H?), and Lincs cords for self (NA)

 

LLB for self, Pat, and No Name Vintage Tartan Vest

 

Marc Allen (local bespoke shop) for self, VV, RL for self, Orvis, BB Slim for Self, CT (says 16.5x35 but I tried it on and it has t-rex arms somehow.  If anyone is like a 16.5x30, HMU), Sulka (NA), Burb with real MOP, CT for self.  

 

P&S LP

 

Yohji Por Homme (not from today - had a stain and I put it in the wash cause idgaf and broke two buttons (facepalm))

 

David Chu subtle windowpane (NA), Vintage no-name gingham (NA!  See below.) and Tweed. 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Altea 100% Cash NWT (realized the back is RIDDLED with moth-holes but the front somehow came out unscathed.. guess I'm keeping this one)

 

Discount

 

Discount

 

Bally

 

post #30604 of 51097

Is there a name for this pattern/texture?(wool pants)

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post #30605 of 51097
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Is there a name for this pattern/texture?(wool pants)

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That's a standard 1x1 weave, isn't it?

post #30606 of 51097

thread is definitely on fire. Geez

post #30607 of 51097
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Auction tonight and there is a pair of realistic Mach two speakers with grilles. Should I be trying to get them? I don't know squat about them. I'm going to try to test them.

EDIT. Just tested and works great!

Realistic was a Radio Shack brand...I'd pass unless they're something weird and 60s 70s funky like pod speakers.
post #30608 of 51097
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Realistic was a Radio Shack brand...I'd pass unless they're something weird and 60s 70s funky like pod speakers.

They are big, walnut with HUGE woofers.
post #30609 of 51097
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They are big, walnut with HUGE woofers.

post #30610 of 51097
Thread Starter 
that polarizing moment when you think a find is worth 50-75 bucks, but you check ebay hours later and its wayyyy more than that. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

deets tomorrow

#billionaireboysclub
post #30611 of 51097
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That's a standard 1x1 weave, isn't it?

I haven't the foggiest,..but this has made me begin to learn my weaves now. Thanks

post #30612 of 51097
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I haven't the foggiest,..but this has made me begin to learn my weaves now. Thanks

unbeweaveable, isn't it.

#drinking
post #30613 of 51097
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I haven't the foggiest,..but this has made me begin to learn my weaves now. Thanks

I only recognize it because it's a fairly common weave for denim fabrics.
post #30614 of 51097

aka chambray

post #30615 of 51097
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unbeweaveable, isn't it.

#drinking
I love how when spoo drinks, everything changes to #hashtags
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