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post #40936 of 50998

So these are the quick and dirty pics of my haul today.  Some stuff is dated and some are orphans, but I'm going to hope to reunite them like I did the RLPL chalk stripe I got.

 

Warning: Photo dump (Click to show)

Made In England RLPL

 

 

Prl Caruso

 

 

Prl caruso

 

 

Mariono Rubinacci

 

 

 

Brioni

 

Brioni

 

PRL Caruso

 

Zegna

 

zegna

 

Silk PRL Caruso

 

PRL Jacket made in Italy

 

 

Anyone Know what the buttons are for?

PRL Caruso

 

RLPL St. Andrews

 

RLPL Canterelli

 

 

 

Silk Linen PRL Caruso

 

 

 

 

 

Prl Caruso Cash

 

17.5' RLPL x3

Brioni, Battaglia, Some brand called Napolean that uses the same content tag as brioni

 

Eton, Domenico Vacca

Made in italy PRL Pants

 

 

 

RLPL 

Zegnax2, Battaglia LP Super 120s

post #40937 of 50998

that's a lot of nice italian polo. but is corneliani, not caruso.

post #40938 of 50998
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Originally Posted by double00 View Post

that's a lot of nice italian polo. but is corneliani, not caruso.

Oops. Thanks. I'm pretty tired and must've looked at the wrong tag.
post #40939 of 50998
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Originally Posted by klay49 View Post

Not much time for thrifting these days and when I do get time I mostly find crap and fodder. Usually stay away from polo, but thought this was pretty cool. Anybody have any info?

 

I really like that patch, but it's not very valuable unfortunately. 

post #40940 of 50998
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http://www.williams-sonoma.com/m/products/all-clad-stainless-steel-asparagus-pot/

I haven't been posting my clothing finds, but I think I get more excited by stuff like this.

The thing about this is that thanks to the food network, way more people know what all clad is than know what brunello or loro is, so it always amazes me when it's just sitting around.

Just make sure that it's not warped when you find it (not that it really matters for an asparagus pot)
post #40941 of 50998
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Originally Posted by highvoltorb View Post

I really like that patch, but it's not very valuable unfortunately. 

Thanks. I tried like 10 different searches and couldn't find anything...appreciate the info
post #40942 of 50998
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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post


If it's this coat.. I need it.

If it's that shirt, burn it.

The details and freshness of this Harrods suit called out to me.

Oh hai.

 

lucky linen duck hunt camo, thought was worth a shot.

I know this has been hammered into the ground, but this has to be something?

grenshell? (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

not a sweater, but like the RL flag, always a bridesmaid...

post #40943 of 50998
So glad none of that haul is my size. Holy fuck.
post #40944 of 50998
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grenshell? (Click to show)

 

 

 

Lardini, right? There is a local store that has three of them right now. But they want $32.50 each and I can't bring myself to pay that much for a suit. I am too spoiled with cheap shit around here.

post #40945 of 50998
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post
 

 

Lardini, right? There is a local store that has three of them right now. But they want $32.50 each and I can't bring myself to pay that much for a suit. I am too spoiled with cheap shit around here.

yep, lardini.  Yep, $32 sucks.  This was $20 which is on the low end of this area for suits now.

post #40946 of 50998
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Ok now I'm done for the day

 

I saw one of those the other day. They had it priced like $50, though.

post #40947 of 50998
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Ok now I'm done for the day

 

Surely this isn't a case of something actually being cheaper in the UK is it?!

I had one but gave it to my cleaner. You're limited to their pods so get bored very quickly.

post #40948 of 50998
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post

 

I know this has been hammered into the ground, but this has to be something?

grenshell? (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

Woolrich John Rich & Bros is the mid-tier line of theirs, if I remember correctly. I think the hierarchy of current lines goes Woolrich Originals (green label)  < Woolrich JR&B (navy label) < Woolrich White (white label). I have a few Woolrich JRB shirts and a blazer and it's decent stuff but there's not much resale on it in my experience.

 

Woolrich Woolen Mills (aka WWM, black label similar to the old Woolrich label) is a discontinued line that Mcnairy and Suzuki both designed for, that's the one people get really excited about.

post #40949 of 50998
Had to do a double take when I saw these. Cole Haan shell, made in Italy with what looks to be about 50 nails in the heel.
post #40950 of 50998
Dang no pants





But he redeemed himself

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