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Seems today was tie day.

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post #19397 of 115915
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Originally Posted by datsunfan View Post

I found an old Par-Kerry 100% Cashmere overcoat today at an estate sale. Does anyone have any guesses as to the age? I've been able to find old ads from the 20's to the late 40's, but was curious if it was newer than that. Label photos (Click to show)
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If you post the Union label on www.thefedoralounge.com, I'm sure someone will be able to give you the age range.
post #19398 of 115915
So far today snagged a turnbull & asser shirt in sz 16 an Xxl Robert graham a nwt hand knit gap Christmas sweater. Had my heart broken finding a nwt pair of incotex pants in my size with no less than 30 moth holes.......frown.gif fml
post #19399 of 115915
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Originally Posted by csoukoulis View Post

So far today snagged a turnbull & asser shirt in sz 16 an Xxl Robert graham a nwt hand knit gap Christmas sweater. Had my heart broken finding a nwt pair of incotex pants in my size with no less than 30 moth holes.......frown.gif fml


jeez what kind of conditions was this pair of pants kept in to be NWT with that many moth holes..

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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post

One of my best recent finds at Goodwill:
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post #19401 of 115915
Just left a local thrift store in despair. I found about 15 to 20 bespoke garments, mostly from huntsman and a local cleveland tailor i didnt know, but all in pretty big sizes and they seemed to be cut for a very portly gentleman (large pants and big waists on the jackets).
I did a search for his name and he was a rheumatologist from Cleveland.
The garments dated back to 71 at the earliest and the mid 2000s at the latest. Guy had some good taste and one of my favorite suits was a three piece grey flannel with peak lapels. I left everything there frown.gif
post #19402 of 115915
I was at a large mom n pop thrift store and a guy walked up and took this off and hung it back up. I snapped it up. It's a light brown wool herringbone db overcoat with some men's store label but no other identifying brands. Me no care.

Can you dig my lapels?

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Oh yeah. The Ray-Ban 4026 "Shots" were $7 from another store close by.
post #19403 of 115915
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Originally Posted by hikari013 View Post

Just left a local thrift store in despair. I found about 15 to 20 bespoke garments, mostly from huntsman and a local cleveland tailor i didnt know, but all in pretty big sizes and they seemed to be cut for a very portly gentleman (large pants and big waists on the jackets).
I did a search for his name and he was a rheumatologist from Cleveland.
The garments dated back to 71 at the earliest and the mid 2000s at the latest. Guy had some good taste and one of my favorite suits was a three piece grey flannel with peak lapels. I left everything there frown.gif


Whaaaat?! You left bespoke Huntsman behind?! What size approx? I know some 48 L guys who'd jump on this stuff in a heartbeat!
post #19404 of 115915
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

I was at a large mom n pop thrift store and a guy walked up and took this off and hung it back up. I snapped it up. It's a light brown wool herringbone db overcoat with some men's store label but no other identifying brands. Me no care.
Can you dig my lapels?
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Oh yeah. The Ray-Ban 4026 "Shots" were $7 from another store close by.

Awesome pickup ! pic would have been more awesome without the raybans i thnk
post #19405 of 115915
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

I was at a large mom n pop thrift store and a guy walked up and took this off and hung it back up. I snapped it up. It's a light brown wool herringbone db overcoat with some men's store label but no other identifying brands. Me no care.
Can you dig my lapels?
PB120206.jpg
Oh yeah. The Ray-Ban 4026 "Shots" were $7 from another store close by.

You look cool, I dig it cool.gif
post #19406 of 115915
Anyone know how to tell if a Prada jacket is real or not? I found this a while back at a thrift store and if its real I would like to try and sell it.

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post #19407 of 115915
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Whaaaat?! You left bespoke Huntsman behind?! What size approx? I know some 48 L guys who'd jump on this stuff in a heartbeat!

If someone wants them, I can go back and get 'em, but they wanted $40-$50 a piece for them and I don't want to be saddled with like $500 in old suits tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by potemkin_city_limits View Post

Anyone know how to tell if a Prada jacket is real or not? I found this a while back at a thrift store and if its real I would like to try and sell it.
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I'm no expert but it looks pretty real, what size is it?

 

post #19409 of 115915
Dear Dig, What a beautiful overcoat! You might want to have its sleeves let down enough to cover the shirt sleeve.
post #19410 of 115915
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Originally Posted by potemkin_city_limits View Post

Anyone know how to tell if a Prada jacket is real or not? I found this a while back at a thrift store and if its real I would like to try and sell it.
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Need closer up pictures of tags. So far it checks out, but I have a small doubt due to TG 50 on the plastic tag inside. Closer up will give the answer.
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