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Originally Posted by Woofa View Post

Non Thrifting question and please don't hesitate to take it off the thread and PM me.

Wife and I just booked a last minute 4 night trip to Vegas for next week.  I have been before and she has not.  Staying at the Palms and already have reservation to see KA one night and eat at Scarpetta at the Cosmopolitan one night.  So she can try a Vegas Buffet, I am thinking of breakfast at the Wynn one morning as I have also never seen this hotel and hear its worth the trip.

Other than the usual suspects (go to old town and do the fremont experience, see the Bellagio fountains, etc.), do any of you know any special or must do things out there.  We will not have a car.  The stuff above is going to take a good part of our budget so any ideas for great deals or coupons is appreciated.  I know everyone on this thread loves dicounts.

Thanks,

The Aria buffet beat out the Wynn in my opinion. It was actually my favorite, and I've tried em all (well, all the major ones). The roller coaster in New York, New York is quite the thrill. I enjoyed window-shopping at Barney's and Neimans. Fun to see all the current stuff.
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McQueens FTW
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Sorry guys but no trades unless i owe you one you know who you are.
All from one donor some of these were unworn.i picked up 16 pairs and left some behind (long gone dont ask for proxy)



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Also from today.the leather blazer is Bespoke with silk lining their suits start at $3500.


















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That safari jacket from earlier is fuckin awesome. So much handwork all over this thing.


Did a little research, it was from a shop in Nairobi that did custom safari hear for all sorts of celebrities and affluent people going on safaris. Only open from mid 50's to early 60's
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Holy shot Frenchy lol You win man
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

The Aria buffet beat out the Wynn in my opinion. It was actually my favorite, and I've tried em all (well, all the major ones). The roller coaster in New York, New York is quite the thrill. I enjoyed window-shopping at Barney's and Neimans. Fun to see all the current stuff.

The coaster at the Sahara was awesome, ... sadly now closed. If one has the nards, the rides atop the Stratosphere are scrotum-tightening. I always do the neon museum boneyard tour, but in July it'll probably be a bit warm, and with no car for the OP, maybe not an option.
Check out the Fireside Lounge for some old fashioned Vegas extravagance.
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I like to think that whoever donated this left the store after picking it up, thought, "oh shit this doesn't really fit perfectly, but I'm already like halfway home and don't want to miss the NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt," and dropped it in a donation bin on the way.
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

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I like to think that whoever donated this left the store after picking it up, thought, "oh shit this doesn't really fit perfectly, but I'm already like halfway home and don't want to miss the NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt," and dropped it in a donation bin on the way.
Well if Frenchy would move his thumb out of the way we could see who it is and ask him
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Originally Posted by masaccio View Post

@kbadgley84
  called it already, but just to add some further info, I believe that women's would be same purple label but block letters "Ralph Lauren" rather than script. 
Correct. They will also say "Collection" below the RL type.

Crazy haul Impuntura! Awesome stuff man.
Those McQueens are killer. Love the Zeg Sports too. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Pretty good day, these are the two favorites:



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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post

the rides atop the Stratosphere are scrotum-tightening..


Is that a Joyce reference, or have I been drinking? (Or both...)
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Wanted to share this. Recent Cantarelli navy orphan jacket
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Two years old, still minty.


Reposting to note that these are actually 30 years old, and to request appropriate thumbs.
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Maybe it's just me, but I find these designer hauls to be much more interesting than (yawn) Kiton, (yawn) Brioni, (yawn) Isaia, etc.

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