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Corner bar cart made in Italy by Casprini.
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Competition brings out the best in me.

Oh, look at that, our territories over lap, my friend.

 

 

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Bring it, don't sing it.

 

Free Map of my Thrifting Territory for anyone who wants to know. (Click to show)
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Prada sweater


Men's Belgian Shoes
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The Gucci from yesterday




And this Trafalgar belt, 36, available
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Giorgio Armani Classico is a higher tier than their Black label, correct? 

 

 

 

 

 

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Today was fucking excellent.
First I ran up on a collection of vintage ties.


Essentially unworn AE Malvern

Polo Bench Made England Tassels. Shellllll

Fin/

 

 

Holy shit! Both are incredible.  But, those Polo Shell Tassels!  WOW! Those are MONEY.  They also look long and narrow.  (11.5 Narrow perhaps?)

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Where you go, the TRAD thrift force seems to follow you. 

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been keeping my eyes peeled for old duck hunter, tiger stripe camo...
pretty sure this is some of the good stuff:



no tags, no labels, not exactly crude but it looks like this has been made with a domestic sewing machine.
also nice to see some of the pressed creases are still there. clean but worn and faded.
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the camopedia example on the right is a variant of the early "advisor" pattern, you can clearly see mirrored elements.



stitching and also the color of the garment-dyed light tan base.



zipper is US-made and completely busted, not familiar with the brand, stamped "MARK"



mismatched buttons, webbing adjusters and hardware, the belt loops are not bar tacked, i think hand stitched...
Nat, any knowledge always appreciated.





Score!! Likely made by local tailor over there. I'll agree, they look to be a variation of the Advisor's pattern. Well done! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Holy shit! Both are incredible.  But, those Polo Shell Tassels!  WOW! Those are MONEY.  They also look long and narrow.  (11.5 Narrow perhaps?)

This should come after you find they're not your size. Didn't they teach you anything in lawyering school?

 

Try this: Good luck trying to get rid of those! Tassels are old and dated. However, those kinda look like my size and I've been needing some bad weather beaters. 11.5N?

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Synergy on the OG RB @impuntura


(def n/a)
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This should come after you find they're not your size. Didn't they teach you anything in lawyering school?

 

Try this: Good luck trying to get rid of those! Tassels are old and dated. However, those kinda look like my size and I've been needing some bad weather beaters. 11.5N?

 

You are right! I should have!  And of course, we all know Tassel Loafers are old and dated.  

 

And Shell Cordovan? Who wants a horse's ass on their feet?  

 

Speaking of Tassel Loafers: 

 

Another Thrift Fit: 

 

 

Footjoy (love em).  

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Sneaker experts, is this a thing?
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no

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