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The Fitzgerald orphan posted above in a gorgeous charcoal herringbone really bummed me at first but I did find my 5th brand new Eton shirt in my size over the last few weeks. This one looks great too.

Also my first vineyard vines tie and purple label tie.







First time seeing Sulka. Passed on it tho. The new Zegna was really nice but sleeves were like a 32.


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Went back today to see if anything else trickled out.

Just two more Canali suits and a Stuart by sammy. I was looking over that seraphin I picked up and man there quality is top notch.


Was going to inspect and Noticed this was the cheapest out of all of them. Still haven't caught on.



I will proxy if anybody wants new never worn. Size 9



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I have had some time to check out the Box o' Knowledge, it is now time for me to send it on its way. The Box contains some interesting items. There are several ties, some real, some fake. There are some cordovan samples, and some samples of lizard, alligator, and snake. There is a selvedge edge jean sample, and a fake Burberry. You can actually look at and touch them, next time you come across these items in the field, you will know. I would like to thank all of the members who have contributed to the Box. It has provided me with some very useful knowledge. If you are interested in the Box you can PM richnet12 and check it out for the cost of postage.

 

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I have had some time to check out the Box o' Knowledge, it is now time for me to send it on its way. The Box contains some interesting items. There are several ties, some real, some fake. There are some cordovan samples, and some samples of lizard, alligator, and snake. There is a selvedge edge jean sample, and a fake Burberry. You can actually look at and touch them, next time you come across these items in the field, you will know. I would like to thank all of the members who have contributed to the Box. It has provided me with some very useful knowledge. If you are interested in the Box you can PM richnet12 and check it out for the cost of postage.

 

 
holy shit. this is amazing. this is a year or two of thrifting experience.
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Not anything like the hauls found here lately but I was excited I found my first brioni anything besides a tie!

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The real draw there are the "Spoo was here" belts.
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What was wrong with the Sulka tie? Please return thyself to store and make purchase.
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What was wrong with the Sulka tie? Please return thyself to store and make purchase.

Nothing wrong with it, I just have one in a very similar pattern already and I rarely wear ties as it is. I know we have a ton of members here from Toronto so if anyone wants it, it's at Hurontario/Eglinton area Value Village. They also have a dozen made in Italy, brand new banana republic ties but they want $15 a pop. Oh and a NES with two controllers and a gun for 79. Stack some coupons 😊
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Big big big shout out to @kbadgley84 for the tip off on this E thrift - with no mention of the ostrich lining under every flap or the 100% silk lining. I'm fairly certain this could be Zilli. And it fits me PERFECT. N/A icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif





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Big big big shout out to @kbadgley84 for the tip off on this E thrift - with no mention of the ostrich lining under every flap or the 100% silk lining. I'm fairly certain this could be Zilli. And it fits me PERFECT. N/A icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif





Wow that thing is baller status. Glad it fits man!
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Wow that's nice
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Great start for the weekend.

 

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Any advice on "un-pressing" a 3-roll-2 lapel that is more like a 3-fold-2 right now? It's a cotton unstructured jacket, so hopefully I can't screw too much up by trying.
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Tom Ford, Henry Ford, Gerald Ford.
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