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If you find a HUGE orphan suit jacket by EZ Su Misura for an NBA player, you buy it, right? I did, haha.

 

I recently passed on a Sean Elliott orphan, but it wasn't EZ.. :)

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Been a while since I've hit a thrift...not much today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First time I've ever picked up Zanella...seen them but never bought, until these - velvety narrow wale cords.

 

 

 

 

 

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Finally found a nice peacoat in my size. Can't wait for the cold
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I know he retired recently, but I always thought Andrei Kirilenko was a super skinny dude. This jacket says otherwise, haha. Still out and about, will take pics later tonight. Had some time to kill while my wife was at a photoshoot. Still trying to figure out how to get a 2 year old to enjoy thrifting more, it's a lot harder to do with a moving, drooling, and slapping weight in one arm.
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Originally Posted by snackbandit View Post

About time.

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Excuse my ingnorance, what is the importance of this?
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Excuse my ingnorance, what is the importance of this?

 

Fairly popular graphic polo, especially in bigger sizes. 

 

http://www.lotiqueusa.com/#!product-page/c1i6t/8d4a2eb5-b6a5-a5bf-a451-ee67c7763a4a

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You know you're jaded when you pass on a NWT PRL top at the thrifts....was originally tagged $99 but I was almost sure it was a pajama top and no bottoms to be found. I was like - not worth the six bucks Goodwill wants for it, without the bottoms.
post #42251 of 51066
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Originally Posted by carreragt7 View Post

I know he retired recently, but I always thought Andrei Kirilenko was a super skinny dude. This jacket says otherwise, haha. Still out and about, will take pics later tonight. Had some time to kill while my wife was at a photoshoot. Still trying to figure out how to get a 2 year old to enjoy thrifting more, it's a lot harder to do with a moving, drooling, and slapping weight in one arm.

Didn't realize you were in Utah. We should meet up sometime.

That's been sitting there for quite a while. There was another of his jackets in a super crazy pattern (not Zegna) my buddy grabbed.
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Lot of searching and driving for a handful of items.

Lubiam, eton, corneliani,
Murray's toggery (thx @BonVivant)



The best though, Surface to Air jeans and a Giudi leather belt, both in my size. N/A of course.



Enjoy your week...
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@ChetB Yup, I'm in this barren wasteland of George suits, Alfani shirts, and Geoffrey beene ties. Born in SLC but lived most of my life in northern California. Thrifting in that store did seem to be picked over quite a bit, makes sense now. Haha. Don't worry, I don't head that direction too often. If there is anything you ever need from the south, just hit me up. I can proxy.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Man, I gotta get up to the City more often.

I say that to myself about going south. The grass is always greener...
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I say that to myself about going south. The grass is always greener...

What Mainy said. nod[1].gif

AHS
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