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Capn, out of all the posts I've seen in this and other sites, I have to say your "studio" setup is by far the nicest I've seen. Simple, classy, and allows the clothing to be the center piece while being accentuated by the tasteful surroundings.

Where did you get your torso/mannequin?
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Met @rhz5001 and did some thrifting/trading today. nice dude!

Tyrwhitt linen summer blazer, slim 42. Fits more like a 40
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Steven Alan patch pocket blazer, slim 42, fits like a 40
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FWK Engineered Garments. Who has a wife/GF
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Bizzocchi hidden placket shirt, 15 3/4 /40


Turnbull & Asser 40L DB suit, in a difficult to photograph navy. Paging @EasyE
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Found this fun pin in the pocket of the Turnbull DB


EZ Su MIsura shirt, fits large/XL

Prada cashmere blazer

Z Zegna shirt with pockets and a cinch hem
post #33543 of 51367
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Originally Posted by ilikethelights View Post

Back from a vacation that didn't yield much thrift finds but happy to see this as I browsed some racks on my route at home today



Still current

 

Thread first! Very cool.


Edited by ChetB - 4/1/16 at 6:05pm
post #33544 of 51367
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Vintage Detroit Tigers Starter

 

So cool!

 

Man, I see that and I think of Sparky on a cold April evening, ascending the dugout steps, hands buried deeply in the front pockets, on his way to give Morris the hook. He's signaled for the bullpen before he's two steps out of the dugout--gonna be no arguments on the mound about this one.

 

 

RIP, Sparky.

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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post

Shell or no shell?
Haven't seen shell in this city yet. Nice.
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Originally Posted by masaccio View Post

So cool!

Man, I see that and I think of Sparky on a cold April evening, ascending the dugout steps, hands buried deeply in the front pockets, on his way to give Morris the hook. He's signaled for the bullpen before he's two steps out of the dugout--gonna be no arguments on the mound about this one.




RIP, Sparky.
Oh damn I forgot about him! The jackets got dibsed by my dad, sentimental value, I was born the day the Tigers won the 84 World Series
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post


Oh damn I forgot about him! The jackets got dibsed by my dad, sentimental value, I was born the day the Tigers won the 84 World Series

 

Would not be surprised if the "K" in @kbadgley84 stood for "Kirk".

 

:slayer:

 

The cool thing is that my wife grew up a Dodgers fan, so Kirk Gibson is a hero for both sides of our family.

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Spotted these fake af Louboutins the other day.

 

 

That printing lol... and the box? :rotflmao: 

 

Think they wanted like $70 for em. Some poor woman is gonna think she got the score of a lifetime.

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After an epic haul, ur due a nice little stroll around the store you just rain train on, a homage to a battle poorly fought by them. So u decide to thrift a token of good sportsmanship. For me, the first book I've ever thrifted
(Book cover deleted due to store tag)



I don't believe I've ever read a forward to any piece of literature that has ever started off with any truer words spoken....and I've read American Psycho 3 times (no that's not creepy get over it)
post #33550 of 51367
One more stop
Classic

TNF hyvent pants

I hope they keep these coming out regular priced
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And that feeling when u walk out a thrift after just pulling most likely the most valuable item you've ever copped....and ur only concern is getting to the next before the doors lock
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And he came, he saw, he conquered. Celebrating the much needed hiring of my first important employee, professional clothing photographer in a big way....pics Ina few
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I grabbed this tie because of the picture on the inside. Anyone seen this before. It's pretty old, silk & wool, and I can't tell if it's supposed to be a fake YSL?
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Polo Sport, snap sides with metal buttons. Unsure of age.

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Edited by Pierson v Post - 4/2/16 at 5:22am
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I'm in love with this Kiton suit from the latest issue of GQ. Pure cashmere.
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