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http://www.ebay.com/itm/152188902453

 

worth a shot

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/152188902453

 

worth a shot

 

Wish I'd have seen these. Need some for the beach!

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Decent couple of days.

Patinaed coach day planner for self

Gamo

Mezlan perf and Ralph Lauren women's croc

Rag and bone selvedge, bottega chinos

Black label wimminz deconstructed blazer

Then these were the two most notable from the Nordy Rack sale.

Not quite 10% but close.
Then this was under 10% and is NA. Personal Grail piece. Barbour X White Mountaineering for $39
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Then this was under 10% and is NA. Personal Grail piece. Barbour X White Mountaineering for $39

If you ever get rid of it, I got dibs.

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Welcome to the forum...

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Have to dig a little more during this month... Anyone with good clothes is at the beach house me thinks.

Still gems turn up. Friday I ran into @BonVivant at the GW. I notice that there are never any good ties, anywhere I go. I think he's why. Good to hear from a friend in the business.

Did get lucky and found my first Brioni, but it's gone before pictures even.

Today found a handful of things at each store..

J Press, RLPL, and Prada




And some True Religion leather hitops


And some other fodder pieces...
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Kinda went crazy with some tie lots over the past few weeks. I really need to stop as I keep finding that my definition of "excellent condition" is pretty different than your average ebayer's. A lot of pictures in the spoiler.

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Welcome. I'm not saying it would look better with pants...but it might.

Looks pretty good as is from my POV.  If it were a suit, I wouldn't wear it.  Little too flashy for my taste.

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Looks pretty good as is from my POV.  If it were a suit, I wouldn't wear it.  Little too flashy for my taste.

 

Haha I wasn't talking about the pattern or anything. I was making a joke about your lack of wearing pants in the picture. Just joking man! It's a great jacket.

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I did very little for boardwalk
Greenfield made the suits
Look for a union label inside the pockets.
Did you find this in nyc or California. Most wardrobes are sent back to LA. Then sold off pretty placed in a warehouse for future use. Curious to see the label inside.

THANK YOU! I'll try to get pictures up tomorrow. I found this just outside NYC, in NJ; I've found other Greenfield pieces in the same (undisclosed!) location, so assumed it was by him once I realized he'd worked on the show. Thanks again--all the responses are very much appreciated! smile.gif
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Is this teak?





I think it looks more like mahogany.
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I think it looks more like mahogany.

I don't think it's either. Looks like Chestnut to me.

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I know I'm a stranger here these days -- far more than I'd like.

But I have a request: First family wedding in a while and all the pieces are in place except the shirt. (Well, the shoes leave a bit to be desired too, but I'm less stressed about that... *cough* 10.5d *cough*)

Looking for an elite brand (hand passes), white, 16-16.5 neck x 34ish arm formal shirt. Brand isn't all that important. Wing collar preferred, but spread will do.

I'd be delighted to trade or pay a fair pre-owned price.

Thanks in advance, gents.
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I thought the no feet in pics was the only rule we ever need....


And the recently added Draymond Green rule...

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I haven't posted much lately, but I've found a few random goodies. Found about 10 Robert Graham shirts (ranging from euc to new), 5+ Etro like new, and the oldest suit I've personally ran across yet, with the 1934 union label in it.
Also picked up an identical table to the one shown below, but in serious need of some polishing.



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Thrift weekend highlight - current label Isaia peak lapel flat front double breasted suit w/ shell buttons. Tagged 52R, already shipped to @Brianpore so blow up his inbox instead :D

 

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