I went to two stores yesterday and picked up a few things... These are the highlights.
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^^^ L-R: J. Press brown herringbone blazer 42 R; Andover Shop gray nailhead suit 44 R.
^^^ L-R: Salvatore Ferragamo double-vented orange and blue windowpane on olive sport coat 50 R; Gianluca Isaia double-vented windowpane micro-houndstooth sport coat with working surgeons' cuffs 50 R.
^^^ Brioni dark plaid unvented sport coat with working surgeons' cuffs 48 R.
^^^ Gianluca Isaia (for Louis Boston?) STAPLE navy blue unvented suit with working surgeons cuffs 50 R.
^^^ 9X Luciano Barbera casual shirts (some are cotton some are linen) all are XL or XXL.
^^^ L-R: Brioni OCBD (collar buttons are in hidden "pockets" inside the collar XXL; 3x (see inset photo for patterns) POLO by Ralph Lauren spread collar shirts 15. ALL MADE IN ITALY; Ermenegildo Zegna Tuxedo Shirt 17. Made in Switzerland (I found the exact same shirt a few months ago in my size - both for $498 at Neiman Marcus).
^^^ Women's Borrelli Napoli fitted shirt EUR 44.
^^^ Vintage Brooks Brothers tuxedo shoes 9 or so. They still need a good cleaning, lol.
I've sold to some pretty high-up people. Professional models, fashion exects, etc.
The most notable has to be Joel Cohen. He bought a beat-up Etro from me for $6.
Joel Cohen wrote the stories for Daddy Day Camp, Toy Story, Cheaper by the Dozen, etc.
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Very odd indeed, RLPL linen shorts 32 W, but they are like a combination of yellow and orange that my older iPhone's camera can not capture. I am sure someone could pull these off who has SWAG, lol.
I think those might be sun-bleached. I've seen this a handful of times, but usually on the shoulders of a jacket or shirt from being on a mannequin in the window for years.
Indeed. I love Minnesota. No tax on food (unprepared, ie: groceries) or clothes!