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Fist day out in a week
Lo sport

Talbott BOC

Prana pearl smT x2, TNF

Vasque gore Tex skywalker made in Italy

Didn't notice the f was fucked up, might take back



Tj maxx clearance for me
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Picked this up the other day for $15.

Older model but still runs great. Heavy as hell. We already have one (you can see our green one in the background) so I will get points for giving this to the mother in law.
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@kbadgley84

I fell for this one.



Until I saw this it's close but one thing is off. I was in to big of a hurry.

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5x Herman Miller vintage fiberglass chairs. Not sure if Eames or not? Any info is appreciated.

Very good condition.

True thrift.
Edited by Mr. Moo - 7/17/16 at 6:13pm
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fwiw i've also copped a FAF givenchy shirt. it was a worthwhile learn.

 

over the weekend i picked up 2 FAPE hoodies. i ended up bringing up back. normally i wouldn't do that (i typically just eat the cost of learning) but they were $9 per. 

 

speaking of, i also saw 2 girls try to break a fake hundred at a GW. smh.

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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post

@kbadgley84

I fell for this one.



Until I saw this it's close but one thing is off. I was in to big of a hurry.

They forgot the 'e' in cotone
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Nothing special over the weekend, still looking for my first true grail after a little over a month of thrifting.  Passed on a couple corneliani pieces that had fair big holes which was sad.  I need more shoe trees....

 

One big bright spot was another hole filled in my shoe rotation.  Minty vintage florsheim burgundy longwings that I paid up for ($20).  Sadly not imperial or shell but really liked the details and construction on this and shoes have been worn less than 10 times.  Any advice on the polish to use on these?  I hit it with a light coat of my AE merlot polish but worried it may get too dark over time.  Will get plenty of use and excited to wear them tomorrow

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

A couple fodder pieces of fodder going to the bay.  AE Westchesters black penny 12D and a couple shirts.  

 

 

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Some stuff

































All turnbull with some hermes.



This random one I'm keeping.



More coming soon.
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Originally Posted by LetsGetWeird View Post

Thanks man, appreciate the knowledge dropping!

No problem man, I'm thrifting vicariously these days. I convinced my wife to go with me today (a rare occurrence), so we drove to a spot and as I'm pulling up I spot @eazye biking up behind me. Needless to say it was easier for him to park his bike and there was nothing left for me inside. Well, there was nothing inside anyway tongue.gif

My wife and I looked for housewares, and testing one cool lamp I set fire to the outlet. Soooo more trips with nothing.
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Originally Posted by leisurewear View Post

Nothing special over the weekend, still looking for my first true grail after a little over a month of thrifting.  Passed on a couple corneliani pieces that had fair big holes which was sad.  I need more shoe trees....

One big bright spot was another hole filled in my shoe rotation.  Minty vintage florsheim burgundy
On my phone, but can't see any creases from here, those look like shell to me.
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post


On my phone, but can't see any creases from here, those look like shell to me.

Microcreases present... Although, I did a double take at first.

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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post


On my phone, but can't see any creases from here, those look like shell to me.

 

Not shell. Creases if you zoom in. 

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These are nice and a good buy it think 30 seconds before I buy them.

Ebay#

201626248042

201626242721
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Bros, I really need your help. My bestie is getting married and I'm the best man. I've taken the responsibility of outfitting all of us.
Right now I'm looking for a BALLIN tux. Size: 42R-L pants: 32-32 (ish) obviously can get tailored. Ideally a traditional tuxedo (peak lapel, single button, all that)

Holla at me asap, PayPal ready. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post

On my phone, but can't see any creases from here, those look like shell to me.

Yeah, my heart rate went up a few ticks at the store from afar. Just gently used calf.
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