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Thought I'd make a Labor Day backlog post to remind everyone.... Winter is coming.

All thrifted by me over the summer.






































































































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I have no idea what I've posted and what I haven't.

 

Uniqlo +J down parka. NWT. Small.

 

 

 

NWT VV 100% wool tartan plaid pants. MIUSA. 28 x 30

 

 

 

Size XL. Fits like a 32 waist or some small ass shit.

 

 

 

15.5 x 33

 

 

rare John Cena WWE shirt. Large

 

 

 

Varvatos 100% wool slim fit suit. 42L.

 

 

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That post makes me itchy just looking at it. Love the Pendys I have, but god damn them shits are too much sometimes.@GetBlatzed
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fast becoming a fave:

 

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Now that Marc ecko? Awww yisss. Some of that would make me bounce2.gif if it was on a rack. (Eh. Shuddup, i can hear you guys laughing) - at our age? With what we have access to? That stuff can still fit in with the O.G sw&d swag.
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Some more from Friday.

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I have trouble storing 5 suits without it taking up too much space, how do you do it?

 

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Thought I'd make a Labor Day backlog post to remind everyone.... Winter is coming.

All thrifted by me over the summer. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







































































































Brilliant 

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I have trouble storing 5 suits without it taking up too much space, how do you do it?

 

Brilliant 

I use the "build a 1100 sq.ft. addition for storage and forget it" method.

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@nataku sadly yes its for real. EBTH used to be local, and there were a few deals sprinkled in, but they just hit the jackpot on investment, and now they're nation wide and everything goes for retail+. Most people just get stuck in the bidding aspect and buy crap for outrageous prices. Used couch? that'll be 1000 dollars please.
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Anyone know the age of this? I think 90s?



Gotta be early 90s...maybe even when Miyake was still designing. That is the oldest tag I've ever seen. 

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Size XL. Fits like a 32 waist or some small ass shit.

 

 

Vilebrequins are boss, love mine, and each pair is limited + one of a kind, never made again, making each design rare, thus all the makings for a solid secondary market.....except are you allowed to flip used swimwear on eBay? I'm pretty sure you aren't but they of course need to find the listing first to take it down.... when there were gay men using ebay as essentially their own version of those Chinese vending machines except making like 400 bucks on a pair of old socks, eBay stepped in and changed what is allowed and not and I think anything worn skin to skin beneath the belt didn't make the cut....maybe I'm wrong here...

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E-Thrift yesterday. John Lobb Lopez for $150.....then later the Ebay seller said he didn't have them anymore and cancelled!!! nod[1].gif

In mourning

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Had one of my better weekends here in CLE so far. I did not have high expectations for the weekend because all the "flippers" would be out but I came up pretty well.

 

Nothing available unless noted. 

 

Started off by making my first ever homemade salsa. Turned out bomb.com. 

 

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Then started the whole weekend out with these which fit me surprisingly well. Found them with a broken zipper. Luckily my coworker is a seamstress on the side so that worked out well. 

 

 

I really want to try to focus on generic crew necks like this since I wear mostly vintage runners on foot, I feel it'll go well. For some reason I love this thing. 

 

This is sweet. 

 

 

I'm sure this isn't "the Polo we're looking for" but the branding is just right for me and I love dark green. 

 

 

What do you call this? Raw edges or something? 

 

 

 

I'm too unsure if this is a thing but this is amazing. Is this a specific pattern that has a name? Super solid, no holes, vintage, wool, and I tried to capture how awesome the speckling is but I have 0 natural light in my apt. Hi Winter. Available. 

 

 

 

No cashmere left behind? Available. 

 

Jesus I love this thing. I had a prelim. PM set up for @SpooPoker looking to inquire on the (white?) one he recently found AND an eBay search saved, both of which can be deleted now. I am not sure what attracts me to this piece so much but I love the versatility of it and how many pairs of sneakers I can rock it with.  

 

 

 

This thing is awesome. I don't know what it is or how old it is but I love it. Anyone know how old it may be?

 

 

 

 

Finally had a decent little tie haul:

 

 

Available

 

 

For some reason, these random shop ties always feel so well made. 

 

e-thrift

 

 

7-Fold

 

I LOVE this one. Would this be ancient madder? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I picked this up because it was $2.50, but I doubt I'll ever wear it. What would you wear with this?

 

 

This Polo tie is by far better constructed, better feeling, and lays better than the two Riccis above. IDK what is is about it but this tie but it is very well made for RLBL. Can I assume all made in Italy ones are as such. The color, pattern, weight, it's all there for me. 

 

 

Everything checks out for me on this one. For $2, why not?

 

 

 

Size 2.5C. 50% off put them at... $2.50. Already offered them to my coworker who is too pumped to give them to his little one. 

 

 

And that's a wrap for 50% off day. Pretty solid weekend and I'm pumped about some of those finds. 

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Thread Starter 
Nice. I love that Taz sweatshirt!
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Nice. I love that Taz sweatshirt!

Dude, me too. And it's very well made, raglan cut I believe? 

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