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I got this on eBay today:

 


You have 240 messages??? :butbut:

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Men's stuff
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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

Men's stuff


Prepare for incoming @SpooPoker pm. :lol:

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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Actually scratch that, these are different

Thanks for looking. Anyone else that my might have one id greatly appreciate it
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Originally Posted by mco543 View Post

The haul from today and some highlights from the last few weeks. Nothing available as of right now. Whatever I don't keep or isn't claimed by friends is going on That Site. .
Baller as fuck glenplaid DB made in Italy from Napoleon of New York (any idea of the maker for this and the coat?). Looks like something Polo would've made 40 years ago Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Old Polo Ralph Lauren black and tan houndstooth three piece


Zegna dual vented beige herringbone with white and blue windowpane
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Old Burberry linen 3 button, dual vented jacket with patch pockets
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Brown 3/2 patch pocket blazer made in Italy from Napoleon (any idea on maker?)
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Luciano Barbera Collezione Satoriale gray stripe 2 button dual vent suit
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Church's made in Italy Lemar penny loafer and Prada moc toe


Bruno Magli moc toe and the coolest Cole Haans of all times


Various shirts (Armani Collezione, Kenzo, Zegna x2, T&A x2)


Various ties

The maker is Redaelli
post #31881 of 51088
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Listed an e thrifted horsey and a pair of craigslist Louis Vuitton shoes from my personal collection. Total of $90 spent... Goal is to (hopeeeeeesully) turn that $90 into a pair of Alden shell boots

I've wondered about how workable it would be to have a Thrift Thread e-thrift competition on this kind of basis. Something like: we start with an agreed amount like $10 or local equivalent and over an agreed time (3 months, a year?) have to spin it into as much as possible, posting pics of the e-thrifts. Might be too complicated, and I'm not the man to organise such things, but at least I've put it out there.

For English thrifters, the concept is based on a classic episode of Lovejoy, though that involved antiques obviously. It's early and I'm on the internet talking about Lovejoy. This is weird.
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post
 


You have 240 messages??? :butbut:

 

Answered, yes. Am I supposed to delete them? They go away on their own eventually.

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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

I've been holed up studying lately. Before I bought the attolinis for Gmmcl I went 0/23 on stops, so I figure my time is better spent passing CAS exams.

Edit: after he picked them up I got the itch and hit a spot near the new post office and found a Lilly Pulitzer SC so it's not as bone dry as I thought.

How many of the exams have you taken?
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Originally Posted by freehand View Post

I've wondered about how workable it would be to have a Thrift Thread e-thrift competition on this kind of basis. Something like: we start with an agreed amount like $10 or local equivalent and over an agreed time (3 months, a year?) have to spin it into as much as possible, posting pics of the e-thrifts. Might be too complicated, and I'm not the man to organise such things, but at least I've put it out there.

For English thrifters, the concept is based on a classic episode of Lovejoy, though that involved antiques obviously. It's early and I'm on the internet talking about Lovejoy. This is weird.

I like the idea. Maybe keep it to like 5 members at a time and donate the profits to charity or something?
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Originally Posted by thebuddahman View Post

I like the idea. Maybe keep it to like 5 members at a time and donate the profits to charity or something?

That's a nice idea, a fantasy thrifting league, using our powers for good!
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AppleMark

AppleMark

AppleMark

Albam MIE

AppleMark

AppleMark

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AppleMark

 

AppleMark

Bape, found out the hard way it's the dog we're looking for, not the monkey.

+some wiminz gazelle og black snake sneakers, 1 eastpak and 1 herschel backpack, acne jeans, edwin jeans, fred perry chinos.

speaking of t shirts,

AppleMark

APC pour la plage.

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Woa! Major winage in that one! ^^

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Originally Posted by freehand View Post


For English thrifters, the concept is based on a classic episode of Lovejoy, though that involved antiques obviously. It's early and I'm on the internet talking about Lovejoy. This is weird.

haha every episode was a classic, 

Opening credits could easily be mistaken for game of thrones.

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Originally Posted by Tradvocate View Post


Thanks for looking. Anyone else that my might have one id greatly appreciate it

 

I don't have a matching button but I do have two identical Brioni buttons with a polo player on them, they'd work to replace both front buttons if that'll work for you.

 

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AppleMark

 

I'm sitting here giggling at  the thought of someone walking around with a giant frowny face on the crotch, I just can't get over it.

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Hit 8 shops today and nothing but DISAPPOINTMENT.
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