For anyone in Fairfield county/NYC area, the Greenwich Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop has a ton of shoe trees: $5.00/pair. Their clothes are mighty expensive for the thrift. Stained Andover Shop tie $18, Average Charles Tyrwhitt shirt: $29 etc.
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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Page 2115post #31711 of 1387284/13/12 at 10:51ampost #31712 of 1387284/13/12 at 10:52ampost #31713 of 1387284/13/12 at 11:11ampost #31714 of 1387284/13/12 at 11:15ampost #31715 of 1387284/13/12 at 11:17ampost #31716 of 1387284/13/12 at 11:19amQuote:
Jeez! You can get a NEW CT shirt with a free tie for $35!post #31717 of 1387284/13/12 at 11:22am
I am not a huge fan of leather, when I was riding a motorcycle I would wear a denim.post #31718 of 1387284/13/12 at 12:34pm
Went at lunch... The one place near work has gotten rid of almost all of their suits and jackets and it's all shirts and shorts now.
I did pick up an orange Irish linen BR shortsleeve shirt with MOP buttons and a huge Samsonite rolling duffel to hold my martial arts gear, so it wasn't a total waste.post #31719 of 1387284/13/12 at 12:40pmQuote:
Don't blow up my SPOT, man!
JK. That store has decent stuff, but you'd better be buying for you. Or get it on sale. I've picked up a few things there. But it's not worth going out of my way for. $5 for trees is not out of the question for me -- if they're the right tree (hardwood or cedar; fully rounded back; spring loaded)post #31720 of 1387284/13/12 at 1:13pmFound my first decent turntable today, a Bang and Olufsen Beogram 5000. It works great; I just need to get a 7-pin DIN to RCA adapter.
It was part of the Beosystem 5000. They had the tape deck and CD player too, but they were marked "AS IS" so I passed. The CD player clearly had some damage but maybe I'll go back for the tape deck, which was $30. No receiver or remote
Edited by ChetB - 4/13/12 at 2:03pmpost #31721 of 1387284/13/12 at 2:01pm
not sure if its the place, I will edit if its not, but I figure people around here like a deal: http://www.ebay.com/itm/BARBA-NAPOLI-STUNNING-DRESS-SHIRT-42-16-5-MADE-IN-ITALY-/150796159947?pt=US_Men_s_Dress_Shirts&hash=item231c26cbcb
I would buy it, but I hardly need all the shirts I already havepost #31722 of 1387284/13/12 at 2:10pm
Guise, I think I found PIERS's ebay account!
All the and "Brioni" and "Valentino" you could ever want!!post #31723 of 1387284/13/12 at 2:22pmpost #31724 of 1387284/13/12 at 2:39pmQuote:Originally Posted by AndroFan
Guise, I think I found PIERS's ebay account!
All the and "Brioni" and "Valentino" you could ever want!!
Nah, his account was something different... and the stuff he was selling looked legit. He had good ratings too.post #31725 of 1387284/13/12 at 2:49pm
Wait, really? Wow, I thought consensus was it was a scam. Wasn't he promising hundreds of Kiton suits for ~$100 each? Doesn't Kiton only even make a few thousand suits a year? How is it possibly legit?
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