I would add they wrote 'garson' and not 'garçon' on purpose :D Spelling mistake ^^
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Here's a few things:
NWT J. Lindeberg. Weird thing here: It's labeled a 44L, but obviously measures a slim 36S. Maybe that's why it was in the Goodwill (n/a) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
EU sizing (aka, USA 34) plus fashionably short, maybe?
Speaking of N&F. Anyone want some 34/32 Weird Guy Selvedge? Two pairs in like new condition, one a light blue and another more of a deep indigo. They've both shrunk quite a bit and when I tried them on they were at least one or two full sizes smaller.
Today's pick up from me includes one pair of selvedge jeans I can't seem to identify; kinda hoping some of the denim experts on here may be able to lend a thought.
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The last pic reads; 100% cotton, fabricado em UE. The only other label is the size tag which reads 33/36(fits a bit smaller than that though).
It looks like the Ransom Holdings Co. label. They are a Canadian company that makes shoes. I've never seen their jeans before so I don't know too much about them. Sometimes, I see made in the EU, I automatically thinks it's made in Canada.
had the itch pretty bad today. Headed out on the way home and scratched it. Was sort of meh, but good to get out. 4 pairs of J Crew pants in my size, and opal ring for my daughter, and thats about it.
Until I saw this fucker getting wheeled out literally as my hand was on the door going out.
I know nothing about it except its probably one of the coolest things Ive bought. @eazye is this the peugeot Im looking for? DEAD MINT.
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IDK shit about bikes but all I know is that thing looks badass!
McCulley's (Highlands, NC) wool/silk tie. Really impressed with the quality. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Hackett wool vest
That is sooooooooo sick!
If this is double breasted with "Neiman Marcus" on the label. I returned that jacket to a GW southwest of the cities a week ago. I couldn't find the pants after a week of looking at the original store I bought the jacket at, which was a GW north east of the cities.
A week after I got back from Italy, I noticed a $60 charge from a place in PA on my check card that I didn't make. I assumed that somehow it was related to my trip, but now I'm thinking it might have been because of this.
But seriously, the picking in Athens depend on if you're thrifting for resale or for yourself/trade. Your primary donors are students and professors/retiring alum. From the students you get a lot of mid-tier basics, J. Crew, PRL, middle of the road BB, and a decent mix of neo-prep/southern prep brands like VV, SoPro, ect. From the professors and retiring alum you get significantly better stuff but it's more classically styled and looser fitting and typically local store brands, well-made but unknown on the secondary market, or brands that used to be good but have declined recently. I don't do SW/D so I can't tell you about the availability of that stuff but I'd imagine it's about the same. If you want, let me know when you get back in town and I'll show you where the various thrift stores are. You can hit all but one of them on a single loop if you do it right.
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