or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome) - Page 3028

post #45406 of 51164

<<< not to mention size

post #45407 of 51164
This will do
post #45408 of 51164
Well ok then


My wife found these with the Serengeti Drivers, paid $.25 total for both
post #45409 of 51164
Couple of Southwick tweed suits. Available.

40L:
29DF3ACD-BAE5-4E7C-B2E6-A4BF10EDB8D8.jpgC162D8F3-D48F-4821-96DB-C9A57ED0AB85.jpg


44/46L 3-piece:
53AC3B6B-4260-4441-9F1B-B7B8BF849DE4.jpg4D8477D9-48C0-446F-B3CF-CC35093705E4.jpg
post #45410 of 51164
Wait, you arent a flannel shirt.


post #45411 of 51164
Kbadgley I'll play the titanium game...

post #45412 of 51164
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

to be clear, and I hope @HansderHund and Wes are taking the helm again this year (touches nose, says not it), the TT SS will be our own entity, though if you guys want to sign up for the main one as well :

http://www.styleforum.net/t/529494/secret-santa-2016-the-official-thread

Funny you mention it! I had just started to write the post for this thread when I saw that one on the main page. May get into it this year, I haven't in previous years.

For those interested, I'll be posting the info/rules/timeline for this years gift exchange in the next week or two!
post #45413 of 51164
Thrift fit. From 1 stop in LA. No alterations needed.

Tom Ford suit
Zegna Shirt
Zegna tie (crappy knot - first time wearing a tie in years)

post #45414 of 51164
I have a ton of stuff to photograph, hopefully I'll catch up one day. For now, here are a few of my keepers. These things are already in my closet/house, so unfortunately not available.

Recent finds...

There is a small shop in my town that sells odds and ends. This was in the window. I bought it and she may get more from the guy. It looks like a panama, but it's actually a cream felt.





Wool sweater for my son. I buy him things that I would wear if they were my size. Love this, tight, spongy knit wool.



Scarves

No-name silk

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Tidstrand wool blanket, made in Sweden. I really liked the pattern before I got to it. Swedes, any info? The designer is Viola Gråsten, who surprisingly has a Wikipedia entry.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)










No name wool cardigan.



This thing is wonderful. I love the fit, just need to get the sleeves taken up on it. Color is great.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


post #45415 of 51164
Quote:
Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

Kbadgley I'll play the titanium game...

Touché
post #45416 of 51164
Back at it again with the ties.




Hans: That LBM is the tits.
post #45417 of 51164
Quote:
Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

Funny you mention it! I had just started to write the post for this thread when I saw that one on the main page. May get into it this year, I haven't in previous years.

For those interested, I'll be posting the info/rules/timeline for this years gift exchange in the next week or two!

Quoting myself:

Has anyone ever used one of the online gift exchange sites? I'd be open to trying one out this year, but I've never used one.

I'd love to be able to:

  • Allow it to generate names.
  • Allow members to anonymously communicate.
  • Allow members to upload their contact information.
  • Be relatively secure/not spam the hell out of everyone.


Any recommendations are greatly appreciated!
post #45418 of 51164
Quote:
Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Back at it again with the ties.




Hans: That LBM is the tits.

Thanks!

You've been on fire with ties. One donor? What's that Burberry underneath, a trench?

I think I offered you a Salvatore Piccolo shirt a few months ago that I saw at TK Maxx. It sold/disappeared before markdowns, but I did thrift one today.
post #45419 of 51164
Quote:
Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post


Quoting myself:

Has anyone ever used one of the online gift exchange sites? I'd be open to trying one out this year, but I've never used one.

I'd love to be able to:
 
  • Allow it to generate names.
  • Allow members to anonymously communicate.
  • Allow members to upload their contact information.
  • Be relatively secure/not spam the hell out of everyone.


Any recommendations are greatly appreciated!

 

I've used drawnames.com for a few years now for a small secret santa group. I'm not sure about point 3, since we do the exchange in person, but it definitely does the drawing/generation for you, allows you to ask questions anonymously of the person whose name you've drawn, and I have never heard from them contact-wise.

post #45420 of 51164
Quote:
Originally Posted by futuremyth View Post

I've used drawnames.com for a few years now for a small secret santa group. I'm not sure about point 3, since we do the exchange in person, but it definitely does the drawing/generation for you, allows you to ask questions anonymously of the person whose name you've drawn, and I have never heard from them contact-wise.

Thanks for the helpful info! I'll take a look at it and contrast/compare them to the other sites that google spits out at me.

Thanks again!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)