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post #38521 of 57794

Was a pretty slow day, but a bad day thrifting is better than a good day measuring.

 

Early afternoon I wound up at a Goodwill I hadn't been to in a while, because its never been that great at all. When I arrived, I found it had been converted to an outlet (weigh and pay). I hate digging thought bins, but it had been such a slow day, why not.

 

 

 

 

13 ties, 4 belts, 2 coach bags, 1 hat and a pair of redwings. 

 

Somehow that Brioni is still in mint shape. Must not have been in the bin long. But at less than 35 cents, it made up for the $50 Hermes (with spots) that I saw earlier today. 

 

post #38522 of 57794
OT:
The Night Manager is the absolute shit.
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post #38523 of 57794
I'm sure this is sloppy seconds to mcribs stuff but one stop and all these ties doesn't make me mad... Rtboc, rtcarmel, zegna, rtestate, rt.

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post #38524 of 57794
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Originally Posted by Spruce Moose View Post

Just some passes to show today. The Florsheim were too big. Cool tie, did I make a mistake leaving?


You should do what I do: buy it and give it to @1ofTheCoolKids! He loves 'em!
Actually, Pucci is growing on me too, but as far as I can tell, if it's MINT, it's worth good money on that one site, and if not, it should just be for personal use.
post #38525 of 57794
So, some info for anyone needing LP repair.
I bought this horsey for my wife off of EBay a few months back. Got it cheap as the zipper was broken.
Brought it to LP store for repair.

About 45 day repair time (they sent it to Italy,) and zipper seems to have been replaced. Gave me a cheap garment bag and a plastic LP hangar with the repair.
Total repair $60. In for just About $110 so not a bad deal.
People at LP store were very nice so don't hesitate to use them.
post #38526 of 57794
is that over in Highland Park in Dallas Woofa?
post #38527 of 57794

Not impressed by the prices but a couple of pops by way of consignment

 

Chimala

 

Catch & release Kapital..I was on the fence since I already have too much blue/black in my wardrobe T__T

 

Blue Blue is a keeper such great material and fit - now I'm hooked

 

GBV - Available

post #38528 of 57794
Thanks for the tip! I still need to have the zipper replaced on the deer leather I found, I might ask them for this option.

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Originally Posted by Woofa View Post

So, some info for anyone needing LP repair.
I bought this horsey for my wife off of EBay a few months back. Got it cheap as the zipper was broken.
Brought it to LP store for repair. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

About 45 day repair time (they sent it to Italy,) and zipper seems to have been replaced. Gave me a cheap garment bag and a plastic LP hangar with the repair.
Total repair $60. In for just About $110 so not a bad deal.
People at LP store were very nice so don't hesitate to use them.
post #38529 of 57794

That Blue Blue Japan Pocket T is so simple and subtle, but I bet that Indigo fabric is mesmerizing in person. Good crossroads score!

post #38530 of 57794
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Originally Posted by KamoteJoe View Post
 

Not impressed by the prices but a couple of pops by way of consignment

 

Chimala

 

 

Catch & release Kapital..I was on the fence since I already have too much blue/black in my wardrobe T__T

If this was a sz 3, please proxy, it looks like a db peacoat in knit natural indigo????

post #38531 of 57794

A couple of things from this week that I've gotten around to taking pics of

 

AE Evanston

e-thrifted Alden for BB shell

AE McAllister

Grenson

vtg FootJoy lizard trim

USA made Chucks

Ray-Ban

Serengeti

vtg adidas nut-huggers

post #38532 of 57794

What is this type of Zegna jacket called?  It's got 5 buttons, is VERY light weight, and the only tag on the entire thing is the one pictured here (made in Italy, S/48).

 

 

 

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post #38533 of 57794
^^^^ I'd call that a travelers jacket. Also, nut huggers for the win.
post #38534 of 57794
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

is that over in Highland Park in Dallas Woofa?

Yes the one in highland park. Such amazing stuff had to stop in Tom Ford and Cucinelli for a quick look
post #38535 of 57794
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Also, nut huggers for the win.

I read it as "nut hangers" haha I guess both would be accurate.
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