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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Page 1794post #26896 of 1387282/23/12 at 8:16pmpost #26897 of 1387282/23/12 at 8:17pmpost #26898 of 1387282/23/12 at 8:18pmpost #26899 of 1387282/23/12 at 8:21pmpost #26900 of 1387282/23/12 at 8:21pmpost #26901 of 1387282/23/12 at 8:22pmQuote:Originally Posted by highlifeman
1st post, found this thread a month or so ago and read the whole thing, some great info on here. I've been trying to upgrade my wardrobe over the last few months, in my late 30's and felt like I need to start "dressing like a grown up", so to speak, and this thread has really been invaluable for doing so without breaking the bank. I know its been mentioned before, but reading the whole thread is invaluable for finding quality items at thrifts. Thanks to everyone who contributes!
Had a few decent finds last weekend, so I thought I'd share.
Great stuff, highlifeman! That Turnbull and Asser is a beauty. Looking forward to seeing more of your finds.Quote:
Funny enough, a while ago I found a couple of Yardbirds LPs at a thrift. Another guy looking through the records was a big Yardbirds fan so I let him have them. He told me about Blow Up and made me write down "Stroll On" to look up on YouTube when I got home. Just finally got around to watching it. Pretty awesome.post #26902 of 1387282/23/12 at 8:41pmQuote:Originally Posted by Nataku
Welcome aboard! Nice finds! It seems you're in a great area for thrifting if you're finding Turnbull & Asser tailored stuff as well as RLPS and Brioni. Refreshing to see a new poster/member who isn't coming here to post giant detailed photos of polyester Christian Dior ties.
Thanks, guys. Looking forward to participating on this thread.
post #26903 of 1387282/23/12 at 9:08pmQuote:Too AmJack.Originally Posted by Henry Boogers
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)Quote:Writes the same way too.Originally Posted by noobizor
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)HOLY SHIT, FRENCHY, is that you?
(Good finds? Check. Argues incessantly? Check. Asian girlfriend in twenties, often quoted as *calling his name*, and for *X hours*? ding! ding! ding! )
Ha-HA! Detective n00bizor has cracked the case!
no capitalization,no space after comma,no period at the end
Yeah. Hi Frenchy. Not that I care.
Back on topic. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)Found an Etro cotton linen safari jacket a while back. Funky sizing (tagged XXL but fits like 40S so I'll wear it as outerwear).
And a Polo sportcoat. 42 extra long!
Hickey Freeman sportcoat. 48R
Brioni cashmere overcoat. Sending this out to get a couple of holes rewoven since it fits quite well.
Oxxford dinner jacket. Could not find the trousers. 44L
Edited by HomerJ - 2/23/12 at 9:33pmpost #26904 of 1387282/23/12 at 9:17pmQuote:They have to be made well, also and ...no.
Quote:It's been working so far. Here's the fake Clubmasters.
I picked up the Hickey Freeman Collection sportcoat from the tailor today. I double checked and it IS canvassed! Bonus!
Size 38S.post #26905 of 1387282/23/12 at 9:22pmpost #26906 of 1387282/23/12 at 9:57pm
I received this in trade from another member, but there is really no hope of it being altered to fit me. It's an Oxxford suit in solid brown, 42T and feels like it. I'm a pretty solid 38/40R, and I humored myself thinking it would work. The only flaw is on the pants, a multi part snag which has not yet developed into a series of holes. I think a tailor could really remedy a potential problem here.
Shoulder (seam to seam): 19"
Chest (pit to pit): 22"
Sleeve (shoulder seam to end of sleeve): 24.5"
Length (bottom of collar to hem): 32"
Waist (laid flat, doubled): 33"
Cuffs: 1 1/2"
Amount to let in waist/cuffs: 1.5"//2"
I'm looking for staple color (gray, navy, black) heavy wool pants in a 31/32 to wear with a blazer or SW&D stuff in a true 38/40.post #26907 of 1387282/23/12 at 10:02pmpost #26908 of 1387282/23/12 at 10:06pmSo, the other day I thrifted a mint condition Polo OCBD (real MOP buttons) in a madras fabric. First experience with madras and wore it for the first time out today. I must say, the fabric feels incredible and breathes really well in the hot Florida weather. I will be getting more when I find them.post #26909 of 1387282/23/12 at 10:47pmQuote:Originally Posted by 330CK
So, the other day I thrifted a mint condition Polo OCBD (real MOP buttons) in a madras fabric. First experience with madras and wore it for the first time out today. I must say, the fabric feels incredible and breathes really well in the hot Florida weather. I will be getting more when I find them.
Nice find, but one nitpick: if it's madras, it's not an OCBD. That stands for "Oxford Cloth Button Down". Your shirt is not made from oxford cloth, therefore it is not an OCBD. It's simply a madras shirt with a button down collar.post #26910 of 1387282/23/12 at 10:49pm
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