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legit

 

 

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Legit.

 

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De-labeled Orvis Leather Parka w/Removable Hood

 


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Off topic, but can someone PM me on how to create the perfect tie knot and dimple?
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Thank you. For future reference, how does one search Google in foreign characters?

I guessed Chinese and typed some fabric names into Google Translate.

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Off topic, but can someone PM me on how to create the perfect tie knot and dimple?

I built one of these...

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I guessed Chinese and typed some fabric names into Google Translate.

Your goog-fu is strong. :worship:

 

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Too much tweed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All minty with hangers and body bags. 

 

More tweed.

Moon.

 

 

 

 

Caruuuuuuso

 

Sort of tweed

 

 

 

 

 

Not tweed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Haven't seen this label in two years. St. Andrews cash/silk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YSL wool sweater thing and BoO western shirt

 

Orvis western leather jacket

 

 

 

Deadstock

 

 

 

Real? Slimane? Anyone know how to figure out which season if they are real?

 

 

 

 

 

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Diors look real enough, nice finds man!

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I like when I walk into Buffalo Exchange with a big stack of mall store khakis and button downs, and turn them into a pair of suede double monks and a NWT Filson tote bag.

 

 

 

And got some interesting New Balance leftover sneakers on top of that.

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I built one of these...

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The need for tweed is strong. You can never have enough tweeds.
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Instant good times collection...

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scene from a thrift:

 

"Starsky + Cox" lol

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Real? Slimane? Anyone know how to figure out which season if they are real?

 

 

 

 

 

Real deal Holyfield. And yes they are Hedi's, the tongue is stamped 2004 so you don't even need the reference number, he was there starting 2001, just did the scents first, his first collection released was I believe Pre A/W 2001, then stayed to A/W 2007, that being his last. If you PM me a pic of a reference number, if you can find one, I can show you how to tell from that also.

 

Edit: Shoes are the only Dior items I don't know exactly how to date due to the fact that they don't have a reference tag like all other items of clothing produced, however the inner stamp or the second line of numbers on the tongue is more than likely the reference. I'm going with the tongue because the codes are long and also the date corresponds woith the copyright date. I believe it starts out 3H from what I can read, meaning 2003 Hiver translated to Winter, making these a 2003 A/W release. Thus the following year copyright date makes sense. The inner stamp is uncharacteristically short and would make them 2005 A/W releases and odd that they have the shoes stamped 2004. The inner stamp is most likely for factory and manufacturing purposes only.


Edited by Jompso - 3/2/16 at 4:44pm
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My wife's finds today
Alden 663

Alden 901

Lululemon, mountain hardwear, long ibex wool coat
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