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post #46246 of 110475

First time posting pictures so sorry if I mess this up!  Also if this works I have a decent backlog to post as well!

 

First up Hickey Freeman shirt size L

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Lubium 1911 Sport Coat, origionally picked up for the buttons then found out they are actually decent items 40R I believe
 
Double Breasted Hickey Freeman Sport Coat 70% silk 30% wool 46R
 
Hickey Freeman Sport Coat 40%silk 35% linen 25% wool 46R
 
White Erminegildo Zenga 43/17, French Cuffs, spread collar
 
Zenga Shirt, hidden button down collar size XL 
 
Zenga Su Misura Shirt, not sure of size, probably largish (can get measurements) with HUGE MOP buttons and french cuffs
 
My favorite shirt, Zenga 44/17.5, huge MOP buttons, softest shirt I have ever felt
 
Brioni Silk Shirt size XL
 
Corneliani shirt size 16/41, Its not as nice as the others but I loved the fabric
 
All is available.  More to come later as well!

Edited by Grrtt780 - 9/3/12 at 10:17am
post #46247 of 110475
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Originally Posted by Grrtt780 View Post

First time posting pictures so sorry if I mess this up!  Also if this works I have a decent backlog to post as well!

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First up Hickey Freeman shirt size L

 

 
Lubium 1911 Sport Coat, origionally picked up for the buttons then found out they are actually decent items 40R I believe
 
Double Breasted Hickey Freeman Sport Coat 70% silk 30% wool 46R
 
Hickey Freeman Sport Coat 40%silk 35% linen 25% wool 46R
 
White Erminegildo Zenga 43/17, French Cuffs, spread collar
 
Zenga Shirt, hidden button down collar size XL 
 
Zenga Su Misura Shirt, not sure of size, probably largish (can get measurements) with HUGE MOP buttons and french cuffs
 
My favorite shirt, Zenga 44/17.5, huge MOP buttons, softest shirt I have ever felt
 
Brioni Silk Shirt size XL
 
Corneliani shirt size 16/41, Its not as nice as the others but I loved the fabric
 
All is available.  More to come later as well!

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post #46248 of 110475
Thanks for the assist!
post #46249 of 110475
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Originally Posted by matty long legs View Post

Filson Mackinaw Cruiser. I bought one winter 2010 from Urban Outfitters. NWT, $65.

Whoooa, wait what?? Filson Mackinaw jackets at Urban Outfitters?!? For $65?!?! Wow!

The only thing I've seen at my local Urban Outfitters is BDG stuff, a Steven Alan diffusion label and Rocket Dog shoes. ffffuuuu.gif
post #46250 of 110475
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Whoooa, wait what?? Filson Mackinaw jackets at Urban Outfitters?!? For $65?!?! Wow!
The only thing I've seen at my local Urban Outfitters is BDG stuff, a Steven Alan diffusion label and Rocket Dog shoes. ffffuuuu.gif

Actually, I bought it for $49.99 + tax + $10 shipping in April, 2011.

post #46251 of 110475

A few odd shirts from this past weekend. Hugo Boss was bought with someone on the forum in mind and the other two are just pretty nice Ted Bakers

 

Hugo Boss Black/Black

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Tagged:  15.5-32/33
Chest (pit to pit)     22.50"
Shoulder (seam to seam)     18.75"
Arm (shoulder seam to cuff)     25.25"

 

Ted Baker Multi-Color

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Tagged:    Size 3
Chest (pit to pit):     23.00"
Shoulder (seam to seam)     19.25"
Arm (shoulder seam to cuff)     25.75"
Neck (button to hole flat)     15.50"
Awesome Fabric Pattern
Great Ted Baker Quality
Double Button Top Button (2 different buttons are correct)
45 Deg Cut Cuffs
Darted Back - Slimmer Fitting
3 Spare Buttons

 

 

Ted Baker Brown Floral

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Tagged:     Size 4
Chest (pit to pit)     22.50"
Shoulder (seam to seam)     19.75"
Arm (shoulder seam to cuff)     27.00"
Neck (button to hole flat)     16.50"
Awesome Fabric Pattern
Great Ted Baker Quality
Darted Back - Slimmer Fitting
French Cuffs - Cufflinks NOT Included
Reinforced Gussets
2 Spare Buttons

post #46252 of 110475

Haven't posted here for a long time, but just thought I had to share this song with you guys laugh.gif

post #46253 of 110475
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Here's my stuff from the last couple days... I think the drought is definitely over here. Everything's available unless stated otherwise Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Here's the print un-matted. Still not sure what it is, but no numbered edition, so that's probably a bad sign.  




This looks hand-written in pen, but doesn't look like the other signatures I've seen online for Erte. 


Brooks Brothers cord blazer, around a 42L. Minty fresh and looks NWOT

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Custom made HF sportcoat, around a 40-41 slim with pick stitching, ticket pocket, and surgeon's cuffs. All of the pockets are basted shut and seems unworn NWOT



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Orvis sportcoat / jacket, 50R

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Older HF, but really nice flannel, 44R

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Nothing special Harris Tweed, not canvassed, but I really like this fabric. It also fits me perfectly so I may keep it. 

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This thing is goddamned gorgeous. A Filson buffalo plaid hunting jacket. No size in it, but very big on me, so probably an XL or XXL. Four front flap pockets plus handwarmer pocket behind the bottom pockets. One big game pocket across the back. One pocket on the inside too.

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The first of the Burberry London suits I found this weekend. Paid more than normal thrift prices, but it's very recent and in great condition, 40R, made by HF

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Time to play guess the maker. Guess before you open the spoiler... You'll probably be surprised. Very nice pick stitching, but a bit too bold even for me. I think it's around a 50R.


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The 2nd Burberry London suit... found these next three all together today. This one has a bit of damage on the inside pocket, but the outside is in good shape. All of these are 40R too.

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Another 40R Burberry London

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And the last Burberry London 40R

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Another couple Zanellas, 34 and 36

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A pair of nice navy Paul Stuart cords, around a 36 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








A cool Barbour wool scarf for me



A NWOT silk knit tie from Brooks Brothers for me

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A cool Ted Baker London shirt, 16.5 x 32-33 with nice MOP buttons


Anyone ever seen shirts by Agnes B Paris? My GF was insistent that this is a great brand for wimmenz, and I saw a used shirt by them going for $85 on the 'Bay, but it didn't seem that great.





Price? PM if you prefer.
post #46254 of 110475
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Can anyone authenticate the E Marinella for me? Do they typically make stuff for pharmacutical companies? The tie is excellent quality so I assume it's real, but....
impressive
post #46255 of 110475
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Originally Posted by matty long legs View Post

Actually, I bought it for $49.99 + tax + $10 shipping in April, 2011.

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post #46256 of 110475
Is there a thrift trade dedicated forum? Also someone was talking about buying stuff from urban outfitters to flip I did that before with a couple of chore jackets from their vintage category they were marked down to like 8 bucks and I flipped them for like 60 each
post #46257 of 110475
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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

Is there a thrift trade dedicated forum? Also someone was talking about buying stuff from urban outfitters to flip I did that before with a couple of chore jackets from their vintage category they were marked down to like 8 bucks and I flipped them for like 60 each

Here's the link for the thrift trade/buy/sell forum...but if your looking to flip you'd prob do best on ebay?

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/287214/the-un-official-thrift-buy-sell-trade-want-thread/300_100#post_5668341

post #46258 of 110475
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Originally Posted by Srben View Post



Marshall's - 38S and 44L - neither of which fit me. 

That's too bad because that suit "compares" at $1600 if you are comparing it to BB retail price.
post #46259 of 110475

Came home with six big GW bags filled today (pretty much normal for hitting 3-4 GW's).  Here's my personal favorite of the day:

 

Pendleton long trench / overcoat, wool, made in USA.  Missing the belt but could be worse - no moth holes or anything.  Tagged 44, mine for now as that's my size.  $9 at Goodwill.

 

 

 

 

Got yelled at for going thru a rack of clothes that had not yet been out out - but I had to check out a shirt I saw on it...turned out to be Brioni (spidey sense tingled on that one), but the collar was wearing thin so I dumped it.  Spent about 30 minutes hanging out in menswear and checking out the new stuff as soon as they hung it up, and damned if I didn't make a few nice grabs (Barbour shirt, English Laundry, grab-able Brooks Brothers [I leave about 90% of BB shirts I see])...

 

Also found someone's denim stash, stuffed behind the long winter coats on the opposite side of the store.  Grabbed them all - Lucky Brand, 7FAMK, Coogi...  I assume they were hidden, waiting for them to go on 1/2 off color, but some were already yellow tag / half off this week.  Weird.

post #46260 of 110475
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Originally Posted by ATLnoob View Post

Got yelled at for going thru a rack of clothes that had not yet been out out

I do that every chance I get. They wheel 'em out and walk away.... well I'll definitely take a look, thanks. Why would they care? The clothes are like 5 minutes from being on the rack anyways.
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