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Originally Posted by HomerJ View Post

A fit pic from last week to give a shout to rose04 (great trade) and give shiny and GMMCL a chance for revenge. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Too many patterns but I got dressed in a rush.
Coat Kiton (thrifted by rose04)
Tie Bergdorf Goodman (thrift)
Shirt Isaia (outlet)

 

I think the whole thing holds together well. That shirt is the star, though. Wow.
 

 

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Wait, what's going on, now? SF regular creates a troll account and....resells B&S items on eBay?
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From today:

Persol sunglasses (2501-S). Great fit, but I'll need to replace the prescription lenses.
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Vintage Hudson Bay blanket coat
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Silk Erminegeldo Zegna shirt. My question is: does anyone know why they have their EZ "desegno esclusivo" mark randomly places 3 times over the shirt?
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post #30859 of 137580
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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post


Hope you are an American hustler who conned his way into the most exclusive university in England to pursue the girl of his dreams. Those are the only guys allowed to wear varsity coats at Oxford.
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Thankfully, I am.

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that Zegna is funky, especially with those tacky "desegno" marks

post #30861 of 137580
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Originally Posted by s_allen_p View Post

Vintage Hudson Bay blanket coat
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Loving that coat--I've been wanting one for awhile.
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Also - Anyone in LA shirt size 16/41, I came across several EZs, one Isaia, and an Alfred Dunhill shirt all in your size for $9 each. All have different degrees of collar stains. Two of the EZs were only slight. The Isaia has a stain on the front you might be able to get out. Excellent condition otherwise. Also 2 Etros with heavy collar ring for $15. don't remember the size. PM me for location. Sorry, but I can't proxie these.

Here's 4 of them:
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post #30863 of 137580
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Originally Posted by pnutpug View Post

Loving that coat--I've been wanting one for awhile.

I'll measure it and send you the details. It's a big on though.
post #30864 of 137580
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Originally Posted by HomerJ View Post

Alright. No one else has said anything so I gotta be the asshole.
What's going on at the shoulders??

Yeah, I'm not happy with that either. Rides up a little, and if I'm honest, a tad wider than I'd prefer. But the rest of the jacket fits incredibly well. This just seems to be how Oxxford seems to fit me.
post #30865 of 137580
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Originally Posted by catside View Post

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Do not, though, try to buy something from me to sell and act as if you are asking a good price for a thrifting brother.

NAME NAMES.
post #30866 of 137580
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post


This is just a quick shout out to 330CK. Not going to get into the entire saga of how stupid USPS is, but  he is a totally stand up guy and all of you should buy something from him!

 

 


+1 - Been sporting new Ray-Bans because of him!

 

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left behind, BD Baggies in 17":

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hell yeah those are Mallards flying in paisley!

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Originally Posted by elev8rz View Post

 

hell yeah those are Mallards flying in paisley!


 

The combination of animals with abstract patterns is highly underrated, especially when combined with shiny blue buttons.

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I know this isn't really related to this thread but I figure a lot of posters here will know the answer to this question -
With USPS Priority Mail international how good is the tracking? You use the customs form to track right? I would be shipping a relatively heavy and bulky pair of boots to Germany (over 4 pounds). Buyer wants gift and value marked down as well. Just trying to see if it's worth the risk.
post #30870 of 137580
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

I know this isn't really related to this thread but I figure a lot of posters here will know the answer to this question -
With USPS Priority Mail international how good is the tracking? You use the customs form to track right? I would be shipping a relatively heavy and bulky pair of boots to Germany (over 4 pounds). Buyer wants gift and value marked down as well. Just trying to see if it's worth the risk.

4 lbs you may be forced into express mail territory. Germany usually shows up more expensive than most other EU countries for me, maybe its just an figment of too many shipping labels printed. But, either way, you are looking at at least $50-$55.
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