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Alas, champagne not included...

 

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Just a quick PSA.. please do not bid on the fake "limited edition" AP ROO floating around on one of the usual sites right now.

 

Also, $25 off $125 or more on eBay (eligible items only.. it works on clothing) till 7pm PST tonight using CSPRING25OFF125 

 

:fonz: 

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@jrod721 - one of a few ties he sent me in trade. Super nice Paul Stuart neat. Really stepping my grown man tie game up thanks to you all. Thanks again man!!

 

p.s. is this what they refer to as a nice 'roll' on a OCBD??

 

 

Yup, that's a good roll. Even better if it looks the same without a tie and with the top button open.

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A silk size "III" shirt.  Women's?

Looks like men's. Brioni uses the same Roman numeral sizing.
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Originally Posted by snackbandit View Post

Just a quick PSA.. please do not bid on the fake "limited edition" AP ROO floating around on one of the usual sites right now.

Also, $25 off $125 or more on eBay (eligible items only.. it works on clothing) till 7pm PST tonight using CSPRING25OFF125 

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What heartbreak. The shoes I've been watching are 120US lol thanks anyhow
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Ask the seller to increase price to $125. Win/win.
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What heartbreak. The shoes I've been watching are 120US lol thanks anyhow

Pad your cart with a $5 item!

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My humble finds.

 

Harris tweed for me, just in time for the warm weather:

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I love the rainbow flecks in here.

Green wool for me:

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It's hard to tell in the pics, but it's a 3-roll-2 with bad pressing.  Hopefully I can fix.

 

Alpaca? Neat.

With these in the pocket.  Tie clip has no markings,so probably nothing interesting.

Loro Piana Camel:

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Had a couple brownish stains on the back, but brushing took it out about 80%.  Is a slight Oxyclean safe for camel?

 

Some ties

Forgot to take a pic of the back of this, but it's a Polo

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More Polos

 

 

 

 

Wife says I haven't got enough christmas ties. Hilfiger.

 

 

 

 

 

Pendleton shacket.  Attracts dust like crazy.

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Polo shacket, western motif, gaudy colors.  Wife won't let me keep it. :/

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It did have a tear right where the cuff meets the sleeve.  My repair is barely visible from the outside.  You can see the inside on the left side in this pic.

Vintage Tees:


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And, my favorite find, is this thrift-priced, thrift-funded 1986 Nissan 300zx.  No rust, some issues that'll need sorting, but half the point of getting it was to learn how to wrench on cars.  

I only got the cash for it thanks to this thread!  

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Pink

AE

Club Monaco
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@Sleeves345 I've read somewhere that Oxyclean is bad for any animal fibers and will break down the proteins and eventually the garment. I don't know how trustworthy that really is. Sorry not really helpful I know.
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Would already have been a pretty great couple of weeks, and then I copped an all time personal grail this morning (assuming it's the real deal).  N/A unless otherwise noted.

 

Seasonal spectrum of ties:

 

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e thrifted (payed up a bit on the bay for the grens but huntsman was genuine e thrift) black grenadine from hartwood paris (a french department store similar to bloomies or saks), GA black silk/rayon, T&A forest green silk grenadine, burberrys miengland paisley, olld j press burlington english silk paisley

beast of a huntsman (pop!) geometric, john comfort england, 2nd old j press burlington in wool, sf chicken/egg tie (available), PRL floral, earnest alexander (pop!) miusa cotton striped

awesome chipp repp, VV island motif, gorgeous lochlarron 50/50 linen/wool, petronious (pop!) beefy silk, alexander olch (pop!) wool herringbone, badass PRL wool herringbone traded from Spoo (thanks man!)

I guess I'm set on slim wool ties for a while...

Best in show:

Best best in show.  That black gren is so damn thick it practically knots itself perfectly every time.

Not 100%, but that tag looks a lot like Charvet's...

 

Some more silk and wool accessories:

Christian Dior silk pocket square with a hunting motif, anonymous handolled silk square, and one diesel Lanvin wool scarf, all wool, made in Italy

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Yuuuge

Love the color and pattern mix on this one - jazzy as hell.

Bummed this one was too small for me: OG ralph lauren oilcloth blackwatch bucket cap, made in the usa

In shoes, we have two staid englishman (one in my size, one in my brothers) and their preppy, slightly dorky american cousin (NWOB, in my size.  Summer beaters ftw)

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Coupla belts to match, PRL canvas crab motif o ring, VV mermaid motif surcingle (sold the matching tie just last week!) VV is available.

Peal & Co for Brooks Brothers

Church's custom grade for me.  Perfectly fills a gap in my shoe rotation.

These are older finds, but there was some recent vintage ray ban discussion/finds andit put me in mind of this pair I picked up before I started posting here:

Old bausch and lomb round sunglasses with a snakeskin wrapped frame.  Real old, and possibly NOS when I found them.  Now of course they're one of my go to pairs of sunglasses.

Albums intermission before we move on to clothing:

Bob dylan- blood on the tracks, minty pink floyd- the wall, grateful dead- europe 72

tees and the like.. first off a pique ss shirt.  Tags have been removed, but its made in italy (with eu sizing), and has killer details.

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Love a good black mop

Any of you ninjas recognize the tags?

another week another great limited run number from uniqlo: SPRZ NY x basquiat gradient t.  weird, but i love it.

Ebbets field flannels havana cubans tee (pop!)

 

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And for the discerning gentleman who would rather self immolate than wear hanes: sky blue Brioni XXL (available)

 

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and a pink ass VV polo, for someone to wear with a fuckin backpack (available)

 

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Made in USA shirting, pretty much all for personal use: true vintage madewell chambray (not the j crew ladies shtuff, madewell was a legit workwear brand earlier in the 20th century), ll bean short sleeve red seersucker, j press ecru striped bd

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And a POP on vermont flannel company, minty fresh in a dope patchwork plaid.  Easily the thickest, softest flannel I've ever encountered.  VFC is actually crazy well priced for the quality (and made in the states), but (minor brag) this pattern is the most expensive.


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Some sweats-

For myself: soft, slim J crew vintage fleece sweatshirt in that heather gray color that Steve Mcqueen was all about.

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To indulge my inner fuccboi: marc v. marc jacobs sleeveless hoodie

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OG nutmeg raiders swaetshirt with a pretty killer stonewash effect.  I know some raiders gear is a thing, does this qualify?

 

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Patagucci woodgrain abstract camo wavefarers just in time for summer

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RL indian madras shorts, available

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Some sweaters to stockpile for next winter: been had, two vibrant PRL sweaters I wish were my size, finally a norwegian in my size by neptune, a slouchy wool commando sweater made in england by james dalgiesh

 

 

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Love that slightly different geometric pattern - stands out just a bit from all the birdseye norwegians out there.

This is my 2nd zegna sport piece in this 70/30 cotton cashmere blend - what a perfect fabric.  When zegna gets it right they really get it right.

Definitely big on me, but.. streetwear?

Crazy soft.  Perfect condition,

All ca$$h

Also this!  wut

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And pop! on versace couture

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Some decent outerwear- pop! on todd snyder - the zipper is a bit jacked but it fits me so i'll hold onto it

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NWT holloway varsity jacket, wool blend with leather, made in the states.  Available.

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Some heat from the wimmenz section-

LL Bean down parka-

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Brand doesn't seem like too big of a deal, but I couldn't leave this behind - a randy kemper champagne print trucker jacket.  My sister is probably enough of a boss to get it for her birthday this year.

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And the winner of the three is a fucking gigantic eskandar lagenlook dress made in England out of thick indigo linen.  Found in the mens pajama section for the kingly sum of 99 cents.  I guess these are straight up money on that other place.

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Yuuuuge!

Recently all my good tailoring finds have been in my size.  I'm not really complaining, I guess sometimes you've got to prioritize the wardrobe over the ebay grind.

pop? on Haberdash "bespoke" house line, frickin killer garment dyed brown wool blend unstructured sc 

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Been waiting a long time to take a proper barchetta shot.  So nice.

Not bespoke, obviously, but pretty sweet - for reference from haberdash (which I guess is going out of business): 

https://www.haberdashmen.com/TWO-BUTTON/Haberdash-Bespoke-607/Porto-Washed-Wool-Blazer/4554859

This one is pretty fresh, so I'm thinking somebody took a chance on clearance and it didn't work out.  ~1% retail on this one.

 

Serious streak lately with the norfolk jackets - today we've got a stellar donegal tweed with a blue windowpane, from none other than burberry(s).  Nothing but love for that old school burberry(s){prorsum}.

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Action back!

 

And a pop! on RLPL english made (chester barrie, in this case) tailoring.  Wool twill with silver crest buttons, dual exhaust, etc.  Some issues, but it fits and is basically my ideal navy blazer so what the hell.

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Some late season tradly tweed from the andover shop:

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And now in actual bespoke, take a gander at this incredible piece of work from michael andrews bespoke, a younger-leaning tailoring organization based out of new york.  Lavendar striped seersucker fabric, shawl collar, linked(!) single button closure, pink contrast stitching and knockout mop buttons?  Jacket fits like it was actually tailored for me?  Okay.  Many many (many!) thanks to @SpooPoker for a gracious, patient trade.  This suit will turn heads at weddings for years to come.  Too cool for spoilers.

For before and after dinner closure.

 

And finally -

 

I've lusted after a cartier tank for as long as I had more than a passing interest in watches; it replaced the classic omega seamaster as my grail watch after I stopped watching mad men regularly, and I have several times teetered on the edge of committing to fairly expensive, semi-sketchy craigslist dealings for a tank.  But I held off.  I'm tentatively optimistic this is legit - quality is there, the case is screwed vs snap on, scalloped face is so... elegant - but if anyone has any thoughts either way I would appreciate them.

Generic stainless band, but good make and match.  Also fits my wrist beautifully when closed

Good condition, without any scratches or dents, but it will need a new battery. several identical models have sold/are listed in various places across the interweb.  Quartz movement, which apparently cartier does quite well.  Front is very sturdy seeming - if legit I imagine it's sapphire.

Fits perfectly on my medium-small wrist.  Easily my favorite thrift find ever.  Final brag?  Cost $5.99.  So if it is fake I'll wear it like it ain't.

 

Let's keep the heat going guys, spring 16 begins with a bang!

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@impuntura yeah that's belvest.

Meant to post my weekend finds yesterday but was busy changing a flat tire:fu:. all available

POP malo argille cash sweater

 

NWT Rugby shirt

BB fitzgerald unlined cotton sportcoat

 

Stone island silk sweater but feels more like cotton so, does it mean its ruined?

 

POP on Ami

 

Acne Jeans 

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what a post man. PG Roadhouse you killed it. I read that like a book. Great storytelling, makes me mad i didnt find shit today though.

Really happy you love the suit .
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I have to vote replica on the Cartier. Sorry dude.
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I have to vote replica on the Cartier. Sorry dude.

 

I agree.. crown looks wonky and the cabochon shouldn't be that shallow. Sorry @PGRoadhouse ! Awesome haul regardless.

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