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post #38686 of 114516

I am certainly a newbie at all of this and jumped the gun early making the common YSL tie mistakes and such. I went back and read through this thread (well, most of it anyway) and you guys are awesome. I am thoroughly impressed with the wealth of knowledge on this forum and this thread in particular. Brands I have never even heard of and now cannot wait to run across.

 

I was convinced I was just not a thrifter. I probably went to 5-6 stores within a week's span (I had some time off from school, ABOUT TIME!) and found absolutely nothing. I decided to step out of the normal charities and try a different thrift store. Glad I did.

 

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So...to the experts on here, what do you think about the ties, are they real?

post #38687 of 114516
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Originally Posted by LooknGr8 View Post


Dude, THAT is what you get for thrifting in Montana. WTF? They have, like, cowchip sculpture there

LOL, we were in Billings visiting friends. Never saw so many cowboy boots in a thrift store. They must have 15 -20 thrifts in Billings, and I visited each several times during the week. Sent 3 Jumbo boxes home via USPS. The profits paid for the entire trip.

post #38688 of 114516
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Originally Posted by mexicutioner View Post

hi barefoot running thread,
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ahem. I don't want post 40,000 to be about five fingers or how he stinks up the stall.
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(just kidding, I'm guilty of OT more than everyone else combined)
post #38689 of 114516
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Originally Posted by LooknGr8 View Post


ahem. I don't want post 40,000 to be about five fingers or how he stinks up the stall. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
(just kidding, I'm guilty of OT more than everyone else combined)

 

DM7 thrifts with five fingers.

 

The. Magic. Is. In. The. Toes.

post #38690 of 114516
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

9 Pairs of Zanellas today, all pleated and cuffed

Pleated as in single or pleated as in quadruple double reverse?
post #38691 of 114516
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Here's a find for you 46-48 R folks. Picked up this mint, super recent (As in current label. As in maybe 1-2 years old.) gray/silver checkered houndstooth sportcoat. Wool/Silk blend. Side vented. 2 btn front. Sorry for the photos, still trying to figure out the focus on this blasted camera. Fits like a 46 R.
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Chest (pit to pit): 24"
Shoulders (seam to seam): 20"
Sleeves (shoulder seam to cuff): 25" with 1 1/2" to let out
Length (TOC): 33"

Nice find Nat! That things looks nearly identical to the THIS ONE I have in the b/s right now......for any 40R folks out there spam[1].gif . I didn't post in in this thread as it was a consignment and not thrift find, but my first "white stitching" Zegna label I've encountered. cheers.gif
post #38692 of 114516
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Originally Posted by hmmurdock View Post


Pleated as in single or pleated as in quadruple double reverse?

Some single, some double, some triple, some quad

post #38693 of 114516

Thrift Fit: College Student On His Way To Artsy Reception Edition, aka Ooh, Free Wine!

 

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Jacket - PRL (courtesy of mainy)

Tie - Lee Allison (courtesy of me)

Shirt - shall go nameless

Trousers / stain magnets - Horst, discount store

Toilet paper - full price at Shoppers

post #38694 of 114516
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Originally Posted by DeadBoy View Post

Thrift Fit: College Student On His Way To Artsy Reception Edition, aka Ooh, Free Wine!

 

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Jacket - PRL (courtesy of mainy)

Tie - Lee Allison (courtesy of me)

Shirt - shall go nameless

Trousers / stain magnets - Horst, discount store

Toilet paper - full price at Shoppers

 

Nice fit on the jacket.... and nice toilet paper

post #38695 of 114516
^^ Bro, you clearly are still a rook. Who pays full price for TP anymore? Start hitting the good spots during the week and pick up some QUALITY TP.
post #38696 of 114516
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Originally Posted by amadar View Post


Nice find Nat! That things looks nearly identical to the THIS ONE I have in the b/s right now......for any 40R folks out there spam[1].gif . I didn't post in in this thread as it was a consignment and not thrift find, but my first "white stitching" Zegna label I've encountered. cheers.gif

 

Amadar, that thing is sweet. Wish I had the cash...

post #38697 of 114516
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

Amadar, that thing is sweet. Wish I had the cash...

Thanks, I am so bummed the sleeves are just a hair too short for my monkey arms, otherwise there would be no way I would let that one go. Damn functional cuffs facepalm.gif
post #38698 of 114516
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Originally Posted by hyakku View Post

^^ Bro, you clearly are still a rook. Who pays full price for TP anymore? Start hitting the good spots during the week and pick up some QUALITY TP.

 

Don't hate, man. Sometimes you gotta go, and the thrifts are all outta Sean John shirts...

post #38699 of 114516
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Originally Posted by DeadBoy View Post

Thrift Fit: College Student On His Way To Artsy Reception Edition, aka Ooh, Free Wine!

Jacket - PRL (courtesy of mainy)
Tie - Lee Allison (courtesy of me)
Shirt - shall go nameless
Trousers / stain magnets - Horst, discount store
Toilet paper - full price at Shoppers

Shoes: Silvery five fingers

(applause for posting fit pic!!!)
post #38700 of 114516
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Originally Posted by hyakku View Post

^^ Bro, you clearly are still a rook. Who pays full price for TP anymore? Start hitting the good spots during the week and pick up some QUALITY TP.

I pick up my TP used uhoh.gif
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