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post #106891 of 114504
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

G, no offence, but that guy looks like a douche
Neck up and ankles down. I agree. The middle bit looks pretty good. YMMV.
post #106892 of 114504

Zegna (made in Switzerland casual coat) 1/4 lined with patch pockets 60% wool 40% cotton [not available]

 

 

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Brooks Bros wool sweater 

 

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Hermes and Frangi

 

 

 

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I've never come across a Dunhill tie like this. legit?

 

 

 

3 x H&K (sz 16.5; 15.5; 16) 

 

 

Armani classic and non-bragworthy PRL and Hugo

 

 

Barney's sports coat (made in Italy) sz 40 available

 

 

 

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post #106893 of 114504
Just won the auction for this Silk Sulka coat.
post #106894 of 114504
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Originally Posted by Tyrone MacStiophain View Post

Some of you guys seem to be really into exotic skins. Anyone interested in genuine sharkskin bluchers? They have a middle panel like spectators, with broguing, but all the same dark brown. Soles are getting pretty thin at the ball of the foot -- a year of regular wear would definitely result in a hole. Anyway, I passed on them (size 10.5 is too big for me) but might be able to pick them up if someone is crazy about walking in fish. wink.gif
I might be interested. Do you know who made them? Feel free to continue in PM if you prefer.
post #106895 of 114504
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post

The suits worn in a bit, no maker tags anywhere though. Looks like a - 38-40 from where I'm standing.

EDIT :HOLY FUCK - found the maker


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Well, it was totally worth taking a half day. Small haul compared to most of you guys but this is what a good day looks like where I am. About three dozen other items either cool or flippable or both, but here are the highlights ('scuse the low-light pics):

 


Rag & Bone buckle-back cords - 34

 

 

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Wild flamboyant cardigan - not tagged but 42-44ish

 

 

 

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United Arrows blue label wool perfecto-lookin thing, L

 

 

 

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Paul & Shark wool jacket, L

 

 

 

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Daks blazer

 

 

 

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No name custom job, handmade, 150s wool/cashmere blend, ~44

 

 

 

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Brooks Bros made in USA wool coat, M

 

 

 

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post #106897 of 114504

This is a weird one. Any help would be appreciated.

 

 

 

post #106898 of 114504
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

Just won the auction for this Silk Sulka coat.

Did you get the cashmere as well? I got outbid.. I knew it had to be someone from here lol
Edited by rhyme - 6/6/14 at 10:28pm
post #106899 of 114504
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Originally Posted by futuremyth View Post
 

Well, it was totally worth taking a half day. Small haul compared to most of you guys but this is what a good day looks like where I am. About three dozen other items either cool or flippable or both, but here are the highlights ('scuse the low-light pics):

 

 

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Rag & Bone buckle-back cords - 34

 

 

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Wild flamboyant cardigan - not tagged but 42-44ish

 

 

 

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United Arrows blue label wool perfecto-lookin thing, L

 

 

 

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Paul & Shark wool jacket, L

 

 

 

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Daks blazer

 

 

 

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No name custom job, handmade, 150s wool/cashmere blend, ~44

 

 

 

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Brooks Bros made in USA wool coat, M

 

 

 

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This is a solid haul! I especially dig the United Arrows and the BB!

post #106900 of 114504
Tried but was outbid at the very end. bid on the Zegna 42R that went just before the Sulka Cashmere and lost out there as well,
post #106901 of 114504

Here it is! My heavy cotton and quilted jacket by Neighborhood, a Harajuku company headed by Shinsuke Takizawa came onto the SW scene back in 1994. They've been making durable, high end street wear that's highly inspired by motorcycle and military wear. I'll take this piece over any W)taps piece any day! Yeah, I said it! Quote me, biotch! 

 

 

 

 

 

What's this?! Back zipper pocket?! Sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait for fall to come so I can rock this with my Iron Heart!!!!!!!!!!!!

post #106902 of 114504

I usually don't pick up EA. But this was too cool to pass. Single button, chords jacket with elbow patch, and ribbed cuffs. It also came with the spare buttons.

 

 

 

 

post #106903 of 114504
Can anyone give me an Authenticity Check on a pair of Versace shoes?



post #106904 of 114504
^ strippers tit.
post #106905 of 114504

Mrs 38R saw me making stuff with my vintage machine, until the needle broke.

 

so she kopped a JUKI machine, on sale for me online!!!  


now, time to start sewing again. :slayer: 

 

Edit:   @GMMcL   Rock that sh!t !!!!!!!!!!  Denim has been a part of menswear longer than its been deemed "SW&D". -  people only hate because they can't make it work.  they will catch up slowly.   go for it!!   

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