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Originally Posted by hbkshin View Post

You look like Brad from How I Met Your Mother.

No, no, no... Eric Bana in Chopper, but with bawse yellow pants. laugh.gif
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Two small finds:

Trafalgar Ltd. Ed. Bull and Bear braces

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Canali gray ribbed wool sweater. 54.
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I can't quit.   People be dropping off too much stuff.
Bad pics of great stuff thrown on a table. (Click to show)
Super nice olive green vintage BB trench with quilted zip out lining and belt

Adding ca$hmere to the pile

 

Orvis leather patch 1/2 zip cardigan

J.Crew waistcoat 1/2

J.Crew waistcoat 2/2

2x Gant Rugger Slacker pants

Don't know if I like these or not, they're double pleat but slim and tapered, they fit, maybe I can rock pleats again.- They're THESE

also from the place that brought me 6x new rugger sport coats:

Gant Woo(l)ster faux fur lined stadium coat

yeah, it's new.  It's THIS

This cord/choker PRL coat

Boss suit.  Is every BOSS suit black?  I think I've seen black and navy. That's it.

 

Summer aint gone yet (especially in Texas) 32/30 available

Usually find very dated Canali, this one is minty fresh. Fits nice. Not sure if keeping though.

vtg USA Filson

Boss "Green" found a few of these lately

Duchamp made in Italy

Cool ass Gant salty dog w/ Woodys (Woodies?)

That's it for today.

 

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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

Two can play that game...what else you got?!
Three can play at that game
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Originally Posted by Gdwilson View Post

Picked up this 100% linen Ralph Lauren sports coat for @IRKSM today because I know the guy been-had has-been polo and this is a fine jacket.  If it was 44R instead of 44L I would have rocked it hard.

Excited never been had script label tho
Also just remembered I have a Burberry London tweed in 44R... Will send that down to you soon
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I missed this post, but OH HELL NO. That is not a good neighborhood at all, but it is only about a block from one regular stops.
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I just thrifted the same shoe in the same color!
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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

AE Sanford Shells (n/a)

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Originally Posted by schmidtdalton13 View Post

 

??? SWD peeps?

O'Deur hoodie looks like they retailed for around 200-300 euros

 

Hey, cool find on the Odeur piece! Not sure whether you'll find it has much resale value (although if it's in good condition and 48-50 I miiiiiiiight be interested in how you say taking it off your hands) but it's definitely an uncommon and interesting find.

 

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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post


Cool Paul Smith shoes, bit pricier but I think it's worth it.

 

I thrifted a pair identical to that a while ago. Really good quality shoes, hey? Ended up fitting my brother perfectly so he was happy.

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Whats up with the muscular Canadians? First Frenchy, now Florian. Making me feel all scrawny and shit.

..representing the skinny Canadians here! ..unfortunately for me, I seem to be in the minority here; I can never find much in 38 or 40, but find a lot of 44+ blazers!
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Tried to make this stuff available yesterday, but for some reason my upload speed was at .002 MBPS (not exaggerating).


Frye messenger bag. Although not marked, it's made of what we would call Vaqueta leather, which is redundant because vaqueta means cowhide. It's a specific type of leather from South America. Essentially, the imperfections in the leather are prized. It's buttery soft and gets a unique patina. Stupid stupids marked the price with magic marker, so it's available here before I put it up for sale elsewhere. Hopefully someone can use it.
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Droopy-lapel FU Hickey

chest: 47”
waist: 45”
sleeves: 26.5 +1
shoulders: 18.5
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Amusing Orvis 19th Hole Pants

waist: 37.5
rise: 12
inseam: 28” +3” Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




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Originally Posted by DeadBoy View Post
 

 

Hey, cool find on the Odeur piece! Not sure whether you'll find it has much resale value (although if it's in good condition and 48-50 I miiiiiiiight be interested in how you say taking it off your hands) but it's definitely an uncommon and interesting find.

 

 

I thrifted a pair identical to that a while ago. Really good quality shoes, hey? Ended up fitting my brother perfectly so he was happy.

I kinda figured resale wouldn't be anything special since there are so many obscure SWD brands like that. I'm going to hold onto for the moment since I have nothing like that and it adds diversity to my closet. Although, the first time my girlfriend saw me wearing it she bursted out laughing and told me to never wear it again. I'll keep you in mind in the future though! it fits like a medium (I think) there are no tags. 

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Although, the first time my girlfriend saw me wearing it she bursted out laughing and told me to never wear it again.

That's always a good sign. :/
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Originally Posted by div25sec9 View Post


..representing the skinny Canadians here! ..unfortunately for me, I seem to be in the minority here; I can never find much in 38 or 40, but find a lot of 44+ blazers!

We should automatically exchange hauls then. I got too much shit in 40 :o

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Originally Posted by FlorianQC View Post
 

We should automatically exchange hauls then. I got too much shit in 40 :o

*cough* Size 38 with 17 inch shoulders, 14.5 dress shirts, 30x31 pants *cough*

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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post
 

Is this the same Sugarcane that the Denim Doodz like?

 

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Given the fact Toyo, the parent company of Sugar Cane & Co. has been around since the 1960's, I'm inclined to say this is indeed THE Sugar Cane you've been looking for. They've been changing their logo, fonts, style, and color a bunch of times, now. Do you have any tags that say "Made In Japan", "China", or even "USA?" So in other words, Bro, Deetz!!!

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This weekend is the start of National Op Shop Week here, so what I else would I be doing? I had some pretty good finds:

Suits: Caruso navy stripe, super 180s , EU50R. Valentino Uomo, grey. EU52R


(I passed on two Brioni suits, BTW, both were a bit too dirty for mine. I must be getting picky in my old age).

Knit: John Smedley sea island cotton


Shirts:




Ascot Chang is Thomas Mason superfine cotton, if you can’t make that out.

Some unusual finds:

Small Kent shoe brush


Perfumes


L-R: Sisley Soir de Lune, Prada Infusion d’Iris (2), Lentheric Finesse (discontinued), Nocturnes de Caron, Carthusia Io Capri (BNIB, shrink-wrapped), Polo, Vera Wang for men, Lolita Lempicka, Chopard Wish


The BIG find, sadly not at op shop prices, is this:



Unopened, still in box, still with bow tie intact, 1949 Miss Dior. Not exactly your typical SF fare, but an outstanding vintage collectible.
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