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Seems like a decent price for an RLPL solid gray grenadine if anyone has a need:

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=83820636&cp=1760781.3157011.12562309&ab=bc_ties&pg=2&parentPage=family

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fwiw i've got a hardcore vintage PRL tweed with flapped bellow pockets and they look just fine to me. bit of a different animal but not by much.

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Originally Posted by Kazoo View Post

Seems like a decent price for an RLPL solid gray grenadine if anyone has a need:
http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=83820636&cp=1760781.3157011.12562309&ab=bc_ties&pg=2&parentPage=family

Thank you!
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People who buy shell and literally never do anything for them. 

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Tell me about it....


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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Depends on how "vintage" and what it is. Whatcha got?

These guys

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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

Just because its Sunday morning and the thread is slow. Some new old stock shoes. Mostly small sizes.


Crosby Square 9


Florsheim (gone to Japan already)


Weyenburg Aristocrat loafer


Jarman loafer 8.5


Keith Highlanders soft leather loafer 8


Freeman black oxfords 9


Jarman buckle shoes 7.5

just some samples...have picked up about 35 pair of these old stock shoes so far...now the offerings
are down to Nunn and Bush so am thinking twice about copping some more...

 

You close to Lake Charles LA by chance?  I bought a couple hundred pairs of NOS shoes from an old shoe store from about that same era, and all those brands.

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http://www.ebay.ie/itm/182020921935

 

not familiar with that label but i found this. looks pretty much the same to me - label, lining, leather, etc. even the pics are similar lol (but obv a different jacket). i guess they could both be fake, but that seems doubtful...

thank you

 

re-sell doesnt look good so probably not a good sign. i'm throwing this away lol

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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

You close to Lake Charles LA by chance?  I bought a couple hundred pairs of NOS shoes from an old shoe store from about that same era, and all those brands.

Good call. Yes..Beaumont is about an hour West of Lake Charles. What in the world were you doing there? I was just up in Missouri and found some nice stuff.
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Had some decent finds this weekend:

 

collection of Zegna shirts.  Same donor but sizes range from L to 4xl:

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Anyone need a Benz shirt? medium

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May not be Filson but this seems quality.  made in in USA Eddie Bauer mackinaw vest XL
 

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And lastly, wanted to share this.  Been ethrifting grenadines the past few months.  N/A: Brioni, vintage Bb x3, polo new:

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Swung by an estate sale - 100 year old bed & breakfast was closing doors. No clothes, but picked up some nice mid-century pottery and china - McCoy, Stangl, Wedgewood and Spode. Everything was for sale, including the old pine floors, doors etc. Nutty.
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I think both of my mom's brothers had jackets from Sierra Designs in those colors back in the day... 

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Speaking of wives finding stuff, my wife just snagged both of these for me. Both are almost 100% full and were thrifted.

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Pulled a @BonVivant trick when we came up light today. Found a handful of mainstream items at 50% off and traded them in at the exchange store.

My daughter got to learn a good life skill.

Skeet jeans brand, eton, and Gustin

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Size 20 kicks at Goodwill today. Did not kop. Couldn't find current info, but the biggest size any NBA player wore in 2013 was size 20. Shaq was 22.
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