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Anyone got 120/220 film to sell?
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Seriously, RAVE FabriCARE. My really nice stuff goes to them. They worked magic on a PRL camel polo coat. It's expensive but so worth it. I'm prepping a box now - John Partridge quilted jacket that needs stain removal and restitching, stain removal and shaping for a few ties, repressing a sport coat and odor removal on a Melton peacoat.
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In regards to Iceberg stuff...was this a good pickup? Denim trucker.

 

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^^Not familiar with the brand but I really dig that!
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Holy shit, Brexit.

Time to load up on Crockett and Jones.
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Sorry for the fragmented posts. Not sure if I ever posted these when I found them last month.

 

NWOB Del Toro wicker weave loafers. Size 13. Available.

 

 

 

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In regards to Iceberg stuff...was this a good pickup? Denim trucker.

 

ICEBERGXWB=$$$

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Thread Starter 
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Been rather dry here the last two weeks, but did stumble upon a decent tie haul today.

Spotted in KC. Damn guy is everywhere.



ha! What was that on?
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ha! What was that on?

An ancient Bottega Veneta tie.

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An unpopular question I know, but I'm hoping for a happy ending. Is this gren?

 

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Any way to fix this massive drycleaner fuckup? Or am I out a new Sid Mash sportcoat?

 

 

 

My contact there said to bring it by "and we'll assess and go from there." So .... I guess that means after they tell me there's no hope, they'll let me buy another one at full price?

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My contact there said to bring it by "and we'll assess and go from there." So .... I guess that means after they tell me there's no hope, they'll let me buy another one at full price?

ive had 2 contrasting experiences at dry cleaners...one place screwed a piece up, and wrote me a check for $250 to replace the shirt... nearly no questions asked....good folks. Another lost my favorite helmut lang shirt and refused to give me a dime. Owner said "you look too poor to pay that much for a shirt...get the fuck out of my store"

As long as its a decent place, i think theyll replace for you. My shitty experience came from using the $1.50 cleaners. shog[1].gif
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My contact there said to bring it by "and we'll assess and go from there." So .... I guess that means after they tell me there's no hope, they'll let me buy another one at full price?


Dry cleaning must be a stressful job... They are always having to deal with pressing issues.  

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J. Crew has an extra 40% off sale and extra 50% off final sale items. Use code FRIDAY at checkout. 

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J. Crew has an extra 40% off sale and extra 50% off final sale items. Use code FRIDAY at checkout. 


Wish I could wear J. Crew.

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