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the flaming gorge

Reminds me of my ex-girlfriend.
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Reminds me of my ex-girlfriend.

Heyyyyynowwwww
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Another great meet up with Sharpiehs and awesome trade.
He has a Kiton suit and I got a couple of sport coats.



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Surcingles.


Cole Haan, one lizard.

Brooks brothers

Dooney

Couple random gators

VTG cazal, RL Purple label ovals.

Random ostrich leg loafers
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Another great meet up with Sharpiehs and awesome trade.
He has a Kiton suit and I got a couple of sport coats.




Beautiful. Fyi. I still have the cashmere kiton suit I found a few months back. Anyone who wants to trade me 2 TF sportcoats, don't hesitate to pm me. Actually I would take less...
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Fun day with a few pops.
Rag pop.

Gucci pop.


Can anyone tell me if this is the Gucci I am looking for? And how to tell.
Don't usually buy Armani

But 100% cashmere.

Picked up this silk sc with amazing windowpane for personal. No experience with the label but seems decent for personal use.

And my favorite find of the day. This is n/a until I hear back from another member.


This is real nice silk and those lapels.
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Probably my favorite find ever. Not super valuable but exactly what I wanted

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Probably my favorite find ever. Not super valuable but exactly what I wanted

 

 

My "favorite" finds are seldom valuable in terms of resale value. The fact that I have been searching for the items adds personal value that it every bit as satisfying as finding a random grail.

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My horsehide jacket came today, needs a little DIY love but the patina on this thing is stellar


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My "favorite" finds are seldom valuable in terms of resale value. The fact that I have been searching for the items adds personal value that it every bit as satisfying as finding a random grail.
THIS yes we can all get flippable stuff any day of the week. Like about 6 months ago when I got some alden shoe trees I was more than ecstatic. I wanted some for some boots i was keeping. Ya there just trees and I rarely keep anything and could have just bought a pair but its more fun to find them when your on a mission to. That and once I was really hunting for a pair it only took three weeks. So if you ever see someone dancing in the aisle of goodwill with shoe trees don't judge.
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I love finding good stuff for resale but finding something that fits me and fills a wardrobe need is far more gratifying since finding stuff for myself is so hard. 

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Beautiful. Fyi. I still have the cashmere kiton suit I found a few months back. Anyone who wants to trade me 2 TF sportcoats, don't hesitate to pm me. Actually I would take less...

 

Oh, I could give you a lot less and disappoint you SO hard.

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Real quick, if anyone ever sees Banana Republic 'Aiden' chino in a 33x30 let me know. They're about the only OTR chino that I like. Happy Sunday all.

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Thanks for all the suggestions, homies.
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Thanks for all the suggestions, homies.
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