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There's a donor here who donated semi-frequently who is a 36x34 and always donated stone mint J. Hilburn trousers. I too thought they were Incotex. I'm not sure the maker, but they are really well made and I love the cut and details. Can't give them away on the bay, though so you can likely pick them up cheap on there if they pop up.
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There's a donor here who donated semi-frequently who is a 36x34 and always donated stone mint J. Hilburn trousers. I too thought they were Incotex. I'm not sure the maker, but they are really well made and I love the cut and details. Can't give them away on the bay, though so you can likely pick them up cheap on there if they pop up.

I can agree, they are very well made, and feel spectacular.  Its a shame about the eBay resale of them, too bad we can't tag a "made by" company on them to peak some interest.

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Shoutout to @Nataku for the hookup on this suit.

 

 

Full Linen, SB Peak Lapel Goodness

@eazye - check this out by Alexander Julian, I remember admiring their higher tier ties.

 

 

prl x corn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cashmere Blend - very soft

 

 

 

 

NOS PRL Linen Cotton Trousers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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J Brand Kanes are my favorite jeans right now. I actually prefer to wash and dry mine though. It makes them the perfect mix of slim but not skintight. They're comfortable as hell, look great and can usually be found on ebay for a lot cheaper than a lot of denim.


Wearing them right now to start stretching them out.  I've got soccer/cyclist thighs so they are a bit snug.  About 2" too long tho so they look goofy if i throw on a pair of loafers

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Pretty long time lurker here. This thread has inspired me to go thrifting and has really supplemented my post-graduate work wardrobe. I usually find run of the mill brooks brother,polo, etc. But today was pretty special. Made a stop before I went to the gym and found 8 Bullock&Jones ties (4 wool, 4 cashmere) 2 Kiton sevenfolds, 2 Sulka, and 3 RT Best of Class. I also found a really awesome Dunhill camel wool blend sport coat with working cuffs and ticket pocket. It's tiny. 36r. Figured one of yall would like it. As well as some 8.5 AE Maxwell's for someone without clown feet like me ha. There's some other neat stuff. I'll figure our how to post pics of all this when I'm on my PC. Just excited and wanted to share
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Anyone know who the hell made these vintage (mint at that) Polo suede bucks?

[IMG]http://www.styleforum.net/content/type/6 1/id/1343838/width/200/height/400[/IMG]

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Sometimes I hate this thread. Now im looking for a pair of Wildebeast
Edmonds lol
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Figured it out. Although I dont know how to spoiler so I apologize for blasting yall with my poor pics. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Slow day today. 6 stores and 1 RG shirt to cover gas. Oh well. I was happy to come home to see my thrift-funded online purchase sitting on my front step.

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Made by The Brothers Crisp in Hartford, Conn. Olive brown Cone Mills selvedge duck canvas quarters. Horween Chromexcel. 6 iron leather midsole handsewn to the second man-made midsole. Brick red Vibram soles. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Damn, these are so dope. Love the red brick Vibram.

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Figured it out. Although I dont know how to spoiler so I apologize for blasting yall with my poor pics. 

 

 

Excellent finds!

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Trafalgar belt is stamped.

Ah, thank you. I think I get it now. i can see the repeating pattern. Good on you!

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Figured it out. Although I dont know how to spoiler so I apologize for blasting yall with my poor pics. 
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One of these things is not like the others
One of these things doesn't belong
Can you tell which thing is not like the others
by the time I've finished this song....
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@barrelntrigger I think this is your size. Or some other 40R check it. Workwear isht:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Osh-Kosh-Vintage-Mens-Jacket-Sz-40-R-Blue-White-Striped-Train-Engineer-Denim-/310948083614?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item4865f3379e


Thanks, bro. But the styling is out dated and not my thing.

 

In other news, Coped a dope ass Barbour International Herringbone Jacket for a really killer price! Popcorning until I get it! :slayer:

 

This one. 

 

http://www.stuartslondon.com/coats-jackets-c23/jackets-c25/barbour-international-herringbone-black-jacket-mca0111bk11-p5690?utm_source=AffiliateWindow&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=My+Price+For&awc=3920_1404358118_96a1a8a3a453bd7d07651bf90733befd

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