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Originally Posted by eazye View Post


Have you ever seen Snow on the Bluff? If not, you should, it's on netflix and really fucked up.

It is not just a movie; it is a real place.  If you're in ATL and you are into opiates, crack, getting arrested, and/or getting robbed or worse, you should go there.

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Originally Posted by workthatwedo View Post

If you're in ATL and you are into opiates, crack, getting arrested, and/or getting robbed or worse, you should go there.

 

Sounds like date night!

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Originally Posted by 330CK View Post

+1
A proper tux has no vents. If you're going to wear a vented tux, might as well cap it off with notch lapels, a pre-tied bow tie, black sneakers, OCBD, and one of those business cards with a pre-folded piece of satinique stapled on the top to look like a pocket square.

A side vented tux is a perfectly acceptable alternative to a ventless one. I don't like ventless jackets. Period.
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Originally Posted by mjt73106 View Post




When I first saw it on the rack, I thought that it was a smoking jacket as well, but is a real tux - from 1969! Cannot find one flaw! The silk is remarkable.
Without the pants, I guess it's now a smoking jacket. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Mox C View Post

Without the pants, I guess it's now a smoking jacket. wink.gif

I would guess that this thing never had pants. Just a guess
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Lol ATLnoob, that actually looks like smack to me... based on pic probably worth quite a bit over 100. Could've been a good hit if you were willing to move it hahahaha. 

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Originally Posted by workthatwedo View Post

It is not just a movie; it is a real place.  If you're in ATL and you are into opiates, crack, getting arrested, and/or getting robbed or worse, you should go there.

You can buy a condo for a dollar there. Of course, the thrifting equivalent of this would be buying a pair of piss stained 1988 Duck Head pants with a crab infestation for $1.

What a deal!
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yes that was the brown variety of narcotics rather than the white, even the picture brings up painful memories for me

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been way too busy to post pics lately but here are a few things i found today that i still had in my car:
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john varvatos shirt

mega recent zegna 15milmil15 dual vent sportcoat mint
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boss, versace, vineyard vines, canali, versace, zegna, ferragamo, brioni, barneys house brand


upside down etro shirt
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and my fave find today, vintage schott perfecto, with original belt...talon zips... $25
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had to leave behind like 6 recent prada shirts and prada suit + jacket because thrift store wanted $40 a shirt etc. LOL. pass
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Mainy that Zegna is fucking fantastic and will bring so much money.
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Decent day today. Apologies for the crappy photos. Lighting sucks. Everything is available!

- Nicest item of the day sadly isn't pictured. Will get pics tomorrow. Super recent notch lapel Oxxford sportcoat. Great fall color - dark green w/ windowpane pattern. Side vented. 44 L.



- Anyone need a staple navy suit? Picked up this recent Samuelsohn. 2 btn. Navy. Single vent. Full canvass construction. Trousers are double pleated and cuffed. 42 L, fits between and R and L. 36 x 30
Measurements (Click to show)

Measurements:

Chest (pit to pit): 23"
Shoulders (seam to seam): 19"
Sleeves (shoulder seam to cuff): 25 1/4" with 1 1/4" to let out (No faux button holes for easy alterations.)
Length (TOC): 33 1/2"

Waist: 18" (36" waist) with 1 1/2" to let out
Inseam: 30" with 1" to let out
Cuffs: 1 1/2"
Leg opening: 9"




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- Another staple suit. Found this last week but forgot to post. Oxxford solid charcoal herringbone. 3 btn. Single vent. 1/4 lined. Tagged 43 T. 33 x 30.5

Measurements (Click to show)

Measurements:

Chest (pit to pit): 23"
Shoulders (seam to seam): 19"
Sleeves (shoulder seam to cuff): 26" with 1" to let out (No faux button holes for easy alterations.)
Length (TOC): 33 1/2"

Waist: 16 1/2" (33" waist) with 1" to let out
Inseam: 30 1/2" with 1" to let out
Cuffs: 1 1/2"
Leg opening: 10"


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- RLPL casual shirt. Light bwn mini gingham check.. XXL.




- Turnbull & Asser yellow w/ blue "paisley" 50 oz English Silk Twill tie.

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3 3/4" wide. 58" long.



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can I get an id on this bb label?

 

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Eazy - nice score on the Peal & Co leather folio! Wow!

Mainy Incredible haul! And that was just sitting in your back seat?! wow.gif


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Originally Posted by MarkThomas View Post

Not much today. Picked up a cast iron skillet at the request of my wife, a set of shoe trees (always in need of more).

Then I saw these:

Levi's 501 redline selvedge, ca. 1969. The real deal.




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I'm gonna try and eBay or Etsy these puppies. I wish they fit but that 30x29 tag isn't even close to accurate.

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+1 on allowing shipping to Asia. Someone in Japan will pay big bucks for those!
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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

can I get an id on this bb label?


Yup, that's brooks brothers.
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

No! Don't wash them! 

Well, at least not until they smell, which takes a long while. 
Keep telling yourself that. uhoh.gif

I find them with such alarming frequency that I no longer worry about them fading. If they get too light, off they'll go and a new pair will replace them. Meanwhile, the dogs are less inclined to sniff my a$$ if I toss the Levis in the washer after a few wearings.
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