Originally Posted by workthatwedo Thrift Fit (Click to show)
BB washable suit
BB bd shirt
madras tie (from aaac thrift exchange)
Great pickups. Great to see you post the shoe size
Originally Posted by Evil Abed
Today I picked up from the cleaners some of the RG shirts I scored last week. Guess what! Some of the little stains I missed didn't come out! Keep in mind the special cleaning required due to the embroidery on the shirts lead to a per shirt cleaning price equal to what I paid for the shirts in the first place!
What would you guys do in this case -
A) Punt and return shirts to the shop in the interest of getting at least some of my monies back.
B) Keep shirts and attempt to sell them with the faint stains, of course mentioning them up front in the auctions.
C) Cut them up and have them sewn into unitards, sign up for exercise classes with Richard Simmons.
D) Wrap them around handle of samurai sword and commit seppuku at GW in the hopes of getting an RG shirt named after me.
Really depends how much you have into them, but 99% B
Originally Posted by Apollotrader
Does anybody have anything fantastic in 42L? Also interested in size L shirts of the shooting variety so, Barbour, Holland and Holland, Viyella, etc.
Please send me a PM with details, a thousand thanks in advance....
(Canali "C" body fits me very well.)
And what are you bragging about.....
Originally Posted by Klobber
By my estimation, folks are being conservative in fit. That is at least two sizes too big, maybe even three. It depends on how you like to fit, but contemporary style calls for a relatively close body fit. I would guess you would fit the SZ 42 - 44 area. Jacket appears to have had some pre-waist-suppression done before hand as well, which may help you sell it as well. Lots of broad shouldered chaps with big chests and narrower waists.
Sell the jacket dude. I hope it came with slacks so it could be a full suit. Super find though, keep up the good work!
People are being too nice. It does not fit, not even close. Sell it, make $$$, use money to buy something nice that fits. Easy as warm apple pie
Great tie!! Always looking for glenplaids ties. So hard to find, Nice pickup.
Kick ass wedding cake.
Originally Posted by D.B.Cooper
Quick thrift fit:Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Suit: Samuelsohn (via Nataku)
Shirt: Talbott Estate bespoke
Shoes: AE Weybridge
Friendly advise: With super nice photos like that, the jackets look like crap Spend the $50 (or thirft one) and get a steamer. Takes 30 seconds per jacket once you have it set up before you take the pictures to get all the wrinkles out. Makes the jacket look 100x (this is not an exageration) better! Best money you will every spend.