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Final installment of the Tom Ford show...N/A...

 

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Billions....
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Does anyone else have an issues with spoilers that uses a MacBook? Something has changed/updated recently to where when I click to unspoiler part of someone's post, it just scrolls me up to the top of that page and the info is still spoilered.

Anyone else?
Does that on iPad for me sometimes randomly. If I close and open in a new window it stops most of the time.
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I don't know where you guys find the fortitude to spend any significant amount of time looking at the dress pants in a thrift store. It's a fucking struggle for me... It's always by far the largest section of the men's clothing here and half the shit has to be taken off the hanger to get a look at the tag (which is almost always a disappointment). I usually make it to the 36" sizes before I get depressed and just walk away. #ThriftProblems

 

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I don't know where you guys find the fortitude to spend any significant amount of time looking at the dress pants in a thrift store. It's a fucking struggle for me... It's always by far the largest section of the men's clothing here and half the shit has to be taken off the hanger to get a look at the tag (which is almost always a disappointment). I usually make it to the 36" sizes before I get depressed and just walk away. #ThriftProblems



 



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All about the waistbands brah.
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Yup, when you get to know what they all look like you can just roll down the row looking over the top of them.
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I have never found any top end Savile Row stuff. Ever. frown.gif
Me neither, and I've been thrifting on on and off for over 20 years, in the UK. Granted I wasn't after classic menswear for most of that, but you would think I would have found a few by accident seeing as I used to live about 30 miles away from Savile Row.
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Went out for a quick lunch thrift.

 

Anderson's Made in Italy Woven Leather/Cotton Belt N/A

 

 

Riccardo Francelli Ties  Does anyone have any information about these guys? I've found one magazine mention of them but nothing else. Who's their maker? 

 

 

Abelard 7 fold N/A

 

 

 

Another Riccardo Francelli N/A

 

 

Another Riccardo Francelli N/A

 

Another Riccardo Francelli N/A

 

Another Riccardo Francelli N/A

 

Charvet

 

 

Soloio - Wool Tie

 

 

Charles Tyrwhitt - Super Bright

 

 

Suitsupply

 

 

Paid up for these - but NWOB and the exact model is on sale on Gilt 

Antonio Maurizi Suede Monks N/A

 

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Some little wins from the UK:

 

Short sleeve for summer:

 

 

Hackett Linen BNWT

 

 

Ted Baker BNWT

 

 

Pink Pink Pink

 

Jigsaw BNWT

 

 

And could I get a gren check on this Hackett tie? I have a Charles Tyrwhitt one in pink in exactly the same material that was sold as Grenadine.

 

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I suspect @Purplelabel will be foaming about that Hackett tie. Nice finds!
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I suspect @Purplelabel will be foaming about that Hackett tie. Nice finds!

I want both. Hackett is a weak spot. I see it, I want it.

Wearing my Hackett jacket with my orange Hackett tie today.
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I'm afraid the tie is a keeper for me (esp. at £5.50 + £1.30 postage!) and the Hackett Shirt is an XL so surely too big for you? I was holding out marginal hopes it would fit me, but it's definitely an XL.

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I want both. Hackett is a weak spot. I see it, I want it.

I hope that rule doesn't extend to these monstrosities:


I always leave them on the rails. Someone will probably come along and tell me they're a thing now.
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Traveling hooligan shirts, I remember seeing them a lot in the early 2000s. Have a reputation about as good as Burberry check caps.
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Thread Starter 
Hackett is not a grenadine.
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