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the first one is super duper cool.

 

the only one i would've passed on is the 2nd one since it doesn't have Dan Peek and they were basically irrelevant in 1982. $5 is a little steep but i actually have a real soft spot for that music.

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Some stuff from the last few weeks. Everything is available except where noted.
Wimminz:
Pop on the Eskander!
















N/A


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Pop on the Dior! This was actually made for the Japanese market, and as such, runs very small. N/A, as my wife already dibbed it.





$290 worth of kitchen knifes for a cool $8. Still really, really sharp too! N.A


Some great vintage menswear books. N/A




I was actually trolling eBay looking at vintage speaker stands and willing to drop $100-150, which seemed to be the average price, when I found these for $8.

Legit vintage horn shoe horn. One of those versions that's so long, you don't need to bend over to use it.



Vintage Fox and Co/Paragon english made umbrella with Italian wood handle. N/A





Borsaliano


Gamo bag again, just cause.


Zegna


Coach N/A


Couple of hand-rolled squares





Tie thriftening from a few weeks ago, all N/A as they are already at another member's home.
















The rest are available except the two BB























Shout out to rhz5001 for a sweet trade on these Dries canvas combat boots. Thanks dude!


Ancient and beautiful pair of BB English longwings.





VTG Florsheim Imperial shell v-cleat ptb's. N/A, my size. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
















Some better pics of the Lobbs





I usually always leave Ferragamos unless they are exceptional, which these are, and my size. N/A soooooo soft....




Paul Stuart/Grenson

After years of searching, I finally found not one, but two perfect light blue dress shirts in the span of a week. N/A





Black label


LP


Are there different levels of Kiton shirting? This one has more handwork than I've ever seen. Shoulder, collar, side seam and entire arm hole are all hand set.





Helmut Lang archival 1997 cotton military shirt N/A




















N/A Craig Green-esque Y-3 quilted pants

Pendleton



EG
































Two vintage tweeds for myself in the very hard to find combination of soft shoulder, two button and dual vents. N/A































Never thought I'd find these next two where I did. Pre-merger Gieve's hacking coat.












Some dudes Southwick wardrobe, which I usually pass on, but these were cheap.



Ditto on these













E-Thrift, brown cotton/linen




Pop!









Twinzies




Probably my favorite find of this entire post. True thrift, though paid up because they knew what they had. Still below 5% N/A LEAVE NO POLO COAT BEHIND!!!! biggrin.gif









Another e-thrift that came in yesterday via @sipang. It's even more beautiful in person than the pictures suggested. N/A



And finally.... icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif N/A


Stay thrifty my friends! biggrin.gif
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edit: a bunch of photos wouldn't upload, hence the random pics of garments with no labels. Rest assured, it's the good shit. foo.gif
post #36754 of 55058

HA! what's the name on the nostromo flight suit?!

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And finally.... icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif N/A Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Stay thrifty my friends! biggrin.gif

 

oh my god that's so awesome.

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post #36757 of 55058
Damn Eazy...
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Got Damn!

 

I thought it would never end.  And all of it was fire.

 

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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Some stuff from the last few weeks. Everything is available except where noted.
Wimminz:
Pop on the Eskander!
post #36759 of 55058

In the field. Should I be buying these?




post #36760 of 55058

I'd pass. 

 

Looks like regular modern 501s. A dime a dozen, really. 

post #36761 of 55058
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Originally Posted by Mr G from SD View Post

I'd pass. 

Looks like regular modern 501s. A dime a dozen, really. 

Cool. Thanks.
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post from eazy was insane. kept thinking it'd end...

 

and s/o to frenchy for following that up with some amazing finds...geez.

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@eazye Damn! Good shit, I see you're going for the full look on Dries:nodding:

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The simplicity of the last one works well. Very nice. I've never been a fan of the Best of.. album cover but the illustration holds up well on a t-shirt. I'll pass on the second. I don't like the look of the third but that is because I rarely like how photography reproduces on transfers, however it looks very much of its time and the photos part of that. So it that's the feel you're going for, bravo.

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