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Some recent finds..




























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I was way more stoked for this 90's Starter goodness than that Huntsman orphan anyway. 
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Today was consignment day shopping with wife and daughter. Two things of note.
Very good price on this cuci cashmere scarf for my wife. Thing is huge, about 48 by 90.

Picked up 4 of these shirts but very little online. Hoping someone will know. Looks like great quality and from what I saw may have been consigned with hadleigh's shirts which are very high level. Any knowledge is appreciated.

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^^ I bought a really cool Nero Sfumanto shirt from Paris Vegas about 10 years ago (he'd always sell really obscure European stuff and since it was so obscure, it would go for peanuts). I think I paid the opening bid of $4.99 for mine.

Here is my post from the old thrift thread regarding the label:

"I found a Nero Sfumato Positano shirt about 4 years ago. Really cool shirt. It was white with what looked like hand-done contrast pick stitching in green on the edge of the collars, cuffs and button placket. It was a pretty well made shirt. Had a very tall collar with a 2 button collar closure. I remember trying to find out something about the name and pretty much came up empty, but I think I remember someone saying it was an obscure Italian shop that carried their label clothing. I think mine was made in Italy. Not sure since I no longer have it. The name sticks with me, though."
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Thanks nataku.
The more I look, the better these look to me. I may have to go back and see if she had some more. Bought these for my wife to wear over a tank top because she liked the colors but we may have to rethink that. Probably hard to get value though because so obscure.
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Not as skeety as some. Skeet: 

 

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that is plenty skeety Ma'aam
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that is plenty skeet ma'am

FTFY
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FTFY

 

I know. I'm the odd ma'am out. 

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I know. I'm the odd ma'am out. 

it must have just escaped his ma'ammory.
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Any of the experts here shed some light on this piece?  Its a women's Ralph Lauren coat in 100% Cashmere.  The pattern is beautiful, and the material is ridiculously soft.  I know nothing about women's cloths, but I figured 100% Cashmere for $5.75 has to be ok.  Forgive the crappy phone pics.

 

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Any of the experts here shed some light on this piece?  Its a women's Ralph Lauren coat in 100% Cashmere.  The pattern is beautiful, and the material is ridiculously soft.  I know nothing about women's cloths, but I figured 100% Cashmere for $5.75 has to be ok.  Forgive the crappy phone pics.

 

Black label is *good*! Made in USA is also good - only the best RL label is made in the US. (The green 'Ralph Lauren' label is actually licensed and made by Jones New York, IIRC)  I would wait until the weather turns to list it, though, unless you're hoping to send to Australia.

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Any of the experts here shed some light on this piece?  Its a women's Ralph Lauren coat in 100% Cashmere.  The pattern is beautiful, and the material is ridiculously soft.  I know nothing about women's cloths, but I figured 100% Cashmere for $5.75 has to be ok.  Forgive the crappy phone pics.
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Ive got one of those too! biggrin.gif
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Black label is *good*! Made in USA is also good - only the best RL label is made in the US. (The green 'Ralph Lauren' label is actually licensed and made by Jones New York, IIRC)  I would wait until the weather turns to list it, though, unless you're hoping to send to Australia.

Thanks!  Any idea on what it could bring on Ebay??

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Thanks!  Any idea on what it could bring on Ebay??

Probably 50-100 bucks on a good day.
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