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post #35926 of 110671
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Originally Posted by 46n2 View Post

I picked up these guys yesterday. French Shriner Fullwood. Noice looking shoe. Goodyear welted. White part is suede. 10.5 A (available)

 

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post #35927 of 110671
Found these baller Polo tweed trousers today. Made in the USA, fully lined, waist pocket. Single pleat. 100% thick ass wool. Awesome pants, not my style. W: 33.5, I: 30, but has a fairly high rise so may fit a 32. Also, 2 inches of extra fabric under the hem. Available.

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post #35928 of 110671

Thrift fit

 

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SC: BBGF Made in Italy from eBay by way of a PM from a couple excellent guys here ($25!!)

Shirt: CT pale green w/ FC, thrifted by me

Tie: Holland and Sherry, thrifted by me

PS: Nordstrom Rack

Pants: BB Madison from hmmurdock

Shoes: AE Kenwood from eBay

post #35929 of 110671
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I needed some black closed-lace shoes, so I got these Johnston and Murphy shoes because they fit. Made in USA, but as far as I can tell they are not from the Aristocraft line. Does anybody know anything about these?

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Then I got this Vineyard Vines tie with penguins on it.
post #35930 of 110671
Found this...and it is available. Awesome suit but too large for me. Willing to trade for 40R/L fall/winter items (I live in Canada, so I need more of it!).

Samuelsohn / JP Tilford Navy Pinstripe Suit 42R


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Size: 42R, 3 Button, dual vent, Mint condition, pleated and cuffed pants
Sleeve: 26 Inches (Measured from the shoulder to the end of the cuff)
Chest: 22 Inches (Measured armpit to armpit)
Shoulder to Shoulder: 19 Inches
Length: 31 Inches (Measured back of jacket)
Waist: 36 Inches
Inseam: 30 Inches
post #35931 of 110671
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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post

Found these baller Polo tweed trousers today.
Sold something similar recently here:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/190672863789?ssPageName=STRK:MESOX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1562.l2649

The ones I found were very nice indeed.
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Originally Posted by div25sec9 View Post

Samuelsohn / JP Tilford Navy Pinstripe Suit 42R
Very nice indeed.
post #35932 of 110671

Real talk, any of you high volume eBayers pay taxes on your flipping income?  Guessing Spoo does, since his operation is more elaborate.  I am no IRS agent, just curious...

post #35933 of 110671

Nice SC, first picture made me double take, wow reallllly green, but the second picture looks fine.

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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Thrift fit

 

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SC: BBGF Made in Italy from eBay by way of a PM from a couple excellent guys here ($25!!)

Shirt: CT pale green w/ FC, thrifted by me

Tie: Holland and Sherry, thrifted by me

PS: Nordstrom Rack

Pants: BB Madison from hmmurdock

Shoes: AE Kenwood from eBay

post #35934 of 110671
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

Real talk, any of you high volume eBayers pay taxes on your flipping income?  Guessing Spoo does, since his operation is more elaborate.  I am no IRS agent, just curious...
I think someone here (I'll let him out himself) started a thread on this somewhere on SF. I'm not comfortable discussing it for many reasons, not least of which is I'm an attorney had have to be even more careful than normal not to appear to be giving tax advice.
post #35935 of 110671
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

Real talk, any of you high volume eBayers pay taxes on your flipping income?  Guessing Spoo does, since his operation is more elaborate.  I am no IRS agent, just curious...

I am consistently at loss.confused.gif
post #35936 of 110671
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

Real talk, any of you high volume eBayers pay taxes on your flipping income?  Guessing Spoo does, since his operation is more elaborate.  I am no IRS agent, just curious...

I'm curious about this as well, though I don't think I would ever declare that shit unless I was gonna get in some serious trouble

post #35937 of 110671

Regarding blackwatch trousers, I was just browsing the WAYWRN Hall of Fame and saw this one: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5092/5514002142_23acd01657_z.jpg

 

 

Picked up a NWOT Chester Barrie suit today, but googling afterwards reveals that it seems to be more of a diffusion line that I'll struggle to make the cost back on... Oh well! The poor lady behind the till also had some form of seizure as I was about to pay, which was a rather scary. Paramedics arrived in less than 2 minutes. Absolutely insane response time, and she was apparently okay when I left. Dramatic thrift experiences!

 

Also, we've not had a moan about shipping companies for at least a few hundred posts so... (peepwall[1].gif)

 

I've always found Royal Mail to be very efficient and reasonable, but hit with a double whammy this week.

 

Firstly, my postman decided to leave 3 ebay purchases at my front door. Contrary to RM policy. I live on a main road, my door being ~2 metres from the pavement. On the dodgy side of town. Needless to say, I won't be seeing them any time soon. (Thankfully nothing expensive, but all absolute steals which I'd far rather have had than compensation. baldy[1].gif). 

 

Then I received an email from someone I'd posted a shirt to a week and a half ago saying it hadn't arrived. censored.gif

post #35938 of 110671
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Originally Posted by darkmatter7 View Post

It's my partner who went in with me on these items.

 

I really hope you get the asking price on those items. It will enable you to retire on a luxury yacht!!

post #35939 of 110671

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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

Real talk, any of you high volume eBayers pay taxes on your flipping income?  Guessing Spoo does, since his operation is more elaborate.  I am no IRS agent, just curious...

 

^^^ I'm nowhere near "high volume," but I make a declaration on my tax returns.

post #35940 of 110671
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

Hit 2 stores right next to each other, pretty nice haul

 

2x Vineyard Vines "Whale" Polos - eBay bound

3x 36W Patagonia shorts

36W Arc'teryx Adventus shorts

40W Berle Indian Patch Madras shorts - most likely AAAC bound

40W RL Purple Label Navy Blue cotton trousers - similar to this, except cotton (who is the maker with these tags?) - will need to get better measurements, since there is no size tag, but available on here

TM Lewin tie (navy/light blue repp) - me

Dormeuil tie - probably for me, seemed well made and cool belt as stripe design (sounds weird but cool)

What size are the VV polos?

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