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post #40501 of 124718
Still no pants for those Zegna suits. Looks like those Holland & Sherry buttons will indeed be getting some use soon...

No Cucinelli or Edward Green today, but some decent finds.

(sorry about some shitty pics - I'm too lazy to adjust the settings for white garments)

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The fabric on this is fucking orgasmic...
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Somebody school me on these. They fit well, but have no content tag/where they were made, etc...
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Staple color PRL by Corneliani pants all tagged 33R, all pleated and cuffed.
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Mountain Hardwear breathable rain pants:
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Bally 10D
NWT LL Bean dog tie
Charvet PS
Italian made key case (can't make out maker)
gloves made in France for Saks, silk lined. For EazyE's lady
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post #40502 of 124718

hey guys just wanted to pass on a really cool blog i follow.

i wish they updated it more often but i get a lot of information and inspiration from it for my bikes/cars/house as well as wardrobe.

 

http://convoy.tumblr.com/

post #40503 of 124718
Quote:
Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Seriously. I'm floored that someone would wear that shirt too... much less pay $1500 for a used shirt like that

I think it must be a game that rich people play. They compete to see who can spend the most money on the most awful item in a display of wanton consumption so that can bask in superiority and laugh at those who cannot afford such items.
post #40504 of 124718

i can confirm that this is not true

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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post


I think it must be a game that rich people play. They compete to see who can spend the most money on the most awful item in a display of wanton consumption so that can bask in superiority and laugh at those who cannot afford such items.
post #40505 of 124718
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Originally Posted by frenchytoo View Post

i can confirm that this is not true

Alternatively they actually like that shirt... seems like a long shot.
post #40506 of 124718

i was trying to be funny and imply i was wealthy..which im not,so fail

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Alternatively they actually like that shirt... seems like a long shot.
post #40507 of 124718

i was trying to be funny and failed miserably

post #40508 of 124718
Just as a heads up to anybody who's doing a deal with me right now / whatever, I'm going to be out of town for the next week and won't be able to log on to SF if you need to contact me the best way is to send me an email through ebay, it'll come to the ebay app on my phone. Thanks
post #40509 of 124718
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

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Met up with Workthatwedo to hand off some stuff this evening. He checked out the SA I usually hit, so I hit the Savers that he skimmed. He picked wrong lol8%5B1%5D.gif

All of this is available

Paul Stuart DB peak lapel navy blazer with bronze buttons
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GORGEOUS Pal Zileri Gruppo Forall w/ Loro Piana Super 120's suit. It's lighter blue than navy and a very light summer-weight fabric. The jacket fits me wonderfully, but the pants are too slim and can't be let out enough. baldy%5B1%5D.gif I'm debating just keeping the jacket and swapping the buttons for light horn or MOP.

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Rough estimates: 

18.5" shoulders
22" pit to pit
24" sleeve (with about 1.5" to let out)
33" pants waist
29" inseam w/ 1.5" cuff

There were a bunch of other Pal Zileri Gruppo Forall suits... I left 2 that I didn't like the fabric and seemed kind of dated. I brought this one home in an olive color. I also found an exact copy of this in a blue / black fabric, but couldn't find the pants. Unfortunately I found this bit of damage by the pocket as I was taking pictures... Fortunately the tags are still on so I can return it unless someone here wants it for cost + shipping.

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First one of these I've found
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Marked a 16/41 with a C next to it... Seems kind of short, is that what the "C" means?

Also these cool Brooks Brothers Irish Linen navy pants... Marked a 35x30, really 34 waist with 2" to be let out. I just got some navy linen pants from jkidd, so I don't NEED these... I could have them let out, but if someone wants these let me know
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be careful selling that PS jacket, the sleeves are different lengths according to the tag
post #40510 of 124718
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


How about his wife?
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wow.gif!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

On an unrelated note

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Brande-Roderick-worn-Versace-blouse-and-single-jacket-coat-blazer-Baywatch-PMOY-/290716697329?_trksid=p4340.m1982&_trkparms=aid%3D555001%26algo%3DPW.CURRENT%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D7%26meid%3D249697040498402999%26pid%3D100009%26prg%3D1004%26rk%3D5%26

 

Is that her personal Ebay account...

post #40511 of 124718
post #40512 of 124718

Hey guys, this is totally off topic but I had a laundry crisis tonight. I left a pen in my pants pocket and the ink stained 2 of my best fitting white dress shirt with stripes. Anyone know how to get ink out of fabric without damaging the dye?

 

I've been thinking about using Carbona Stain Devil or Biz Stain Fighter. Anyone has experiences using those? Anyone got any ideas?

 

The ink stain is pretty bad...

post #40513 of 124718

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Yes, yes it is. smile.gif

Maybe if her work is drying up Spoo you can bring her on as a model????

I also thing you need to start dealing in high end women's lingerie nod[1].gif

Wife - "are you looking at porn?"
Me - "No, Spoo's eBay ads" icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #40514 of 124718
Quote:
Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Hey guys, this is totally off topic but I had a laundry crisis tonight. I left a pen in my pants pocket and the ink stained 2 of my best fitting white dress shirt with stripes. Anyone know how to get ink out of fabric without damaging the dye?

 

I've been thinking about using Carbona Stain Devil or Biz Stain Fighter. Anyone has experiences using those? Anyone got any ideas?

 

The ink stain is pretty bad...

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/4084/stain-removal-guide

 

 

post #40515 of 124718

Good job.  I also failed at finding some golf clubs to use.  But, I still feel good about the trip because I now have a staple navy HF suit thanks to grendel.

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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Met up with Workthatwedo to hand off some stuff this evening. He checked out the SA I usually hit, so I hit the Savers that he skimmed. He picked wrong lol8[1].gif

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

All of this is available

 

Paul Stuart DB peak lapel navy blazer with bronze buttons

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GORGEOUS Pal Zileri Gruppo Forall w/ Loro Piana Super 120's suit. It's lighter blue than navy and a very light summer-weight fabric. The jacket fits me wonderfully, but the pants are too slim and can't be let out enough. baldy[1].gif I'm debating just keeping the jacket and swapping the buttons for light horn or MOP.

 

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Rough estimates: 

 

18.5" shoulders

22" pit to pit

24" sleeve (with about 1.5" to let out)

33" pants waist

29" inseam w/ 1.5" cuff

 

There were a bunch of other Pal Zileri Gruppo Forall suits... I left 2 that I didn't like the fabric and seemed kind of dated. I brought this one home in an olive color. I also found an exact copy of this in a blue / black fabric, but couldn't find the pants. Unfortunately I found this bit of damage by the pocket as I was taking pictures... Fortunately the tags are still on so I can return it unless someone here wants it for cost + shipping.

 

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First one of these I've found

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Marked a 16/41 with a C next to it... Seems kind of short, is that what the "C" means?

 

Also these cool Brooks Brothers Irish Linen navy pants... Marked a 35x30, really 34 waist with 2" to be let out. I just got some navy linen pants from jkidd, so I don't NEED these... I could have them let out, but if someone wants these let me know

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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