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Home in bed with a sinus infection watching a random assortment of early 2000's cinematic masterpieces. High Fidelity, followed by Ghost World, Hackers(little earlier, but just felt like watching it, and The Producers to cap things off.

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Home in bed with a sinus infection watching a random assortment of early 2000's cinematic masterpieces. High Fidelity, followed by Ghost World, Hackers(little earlier, but just felt like watching it, and The Producers to cap things off.

Sinus infections are horrible. Take it easy, man.
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PM received. Response PM sent.

Drafting some more PMs as we speak just a heads up to everybody.

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Lol dude.im dying.
Laughing almost as hard as my gf yesterday when i wiped out in front of a whole room of restaurant patrons...inside the restaurant....going up stairs.not down.epic fail.


Edit.completely sober.
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uh....legit?

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This week. Some thrift, some consignment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then this beauty:

 

 

 

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Been having to work weekends so I haven't been out in a week or so frown.gif jealous of everyone that's been picking up great stuff. I'm living through you at the moment.
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Found a lot more than this but I can't be bothered to take pictures of Brooks Brothers sweaters etc.

 

I'm sure this jacket style has a name but I keep calling it the "barbour wannabe"

 

 

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You look funny with your head like that.

My first BB 1818 find, sadly not my size.


 

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This is the Lagerfeld I'm looking for? Right?

 

Staple blue blazer form savile row 

 

Pinstripe suit from the same maker, holla at me if you wear a size 40 both available.

 

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more later

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also went on a road trip.

i love road trips.
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more later


I used to have some baller rugbys in college with that logo.
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Went back to pick up the Anglo-Trad haul for
@SpooPoker. The handwork on the Poole is unreal.



BB X 3
Henry Poole suits x 2, 1 orphan

Also came across a BB/Southwick/Greico wardrobe of orphans. Tried to reunite, but no dice...

Cool seeing this label though!

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Here's a recent one: Pal Zileri alpaca blend overcoat Size 44

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Hey guys, back again with a few finds. One is particularly cool in my opinion. Stay tuned for some cool vintage. 

 

First I have a Burberry Sport Coat. Definitely old but pretty cool pattern and colors I think. 

 

 

 

Next, Just a PRL Woodsman Workshirt. I've already rocked this bad boy and will continue to do so.

 

 

Finally, some super fly vintage Dexter shearling boots. These things look seriously old and are in seriously great condition for the age. I love the soles. Size 8 1/2 M, sadly too small for me. 

 

 

 

 

That's about it for now, still finding good stuff and still enjoying everyone's finds. 

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Haven't been out much, quick stop today
Love when they don't look in the pocket

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