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post #48916 of 125406

This makes me want to go to a thrift store!!

post #48917 of 125406

thrift fit, apc jeans trade shout out to barrelintrigger hope you get your car fixed

 

 

also can I get some feedback on the fit of this tweed blazer? it is a hand me down and I think it might be too short but it is cool and has patch pockets and is double vented

 

 

post #48918 of 125406
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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

thrift fit, apc jeans trade shout out to barrelintrigger hope you get your car fixed

 

 

also can I get some feedback on the fit of this tweed blazer? it is a hand me down and I think it might be too short but it is cool and has patch pockets and is double vented

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

put some regular shoes on and i like it, the rolled up exposed sockless look is pretty contrived/bloggish, rest of the outfit is appropriate though.

 

Dior/Thom Brown stuff is mind-blowing, well done boys.

post #48919 of 125406

That's a Maison Martin Margiela. Quite the find. 

post #48920 of 125406

That's a Maison Martin Margiela. Quite the find. 

post #48921 of 125406
Got Pendleton?














post #48922 of 125406

Any New Yorkers here? I have absolutely no idea of where to go thrifting, or even what to really look for, most of the items I buy are fresh off the rack. Would love to find some gems and I know they're out there. 

post #48923 of 125406
Here we go again.....3...2.....1
post #48924 of 125406
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Originally Posted by dena View Post

Would love to find some gems

 

Isn't that what we all say every time we enter a store?

post #48925 of 125406

Thrifting in NY is a waste of time in my experience. Great stuff but they know how to charge. I have seen used shirts for $150 and they were in terrible condition. 

post #48926 of 125406
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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

Thrifting in NY is a waste of time in my experience. Great stuff but they know how to charge. I have seen used shirts for $150 and they were in terrible condition. 

 

I have had tons of success in the suburbs, but it takes patience and the competition with other flippers is fierce.

post #48927 of 125406
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

 

I have had tons of success in the suburbs, but it takes patience and the competition with other flippers is fierce.

This is very likely true. Never had the time to try though.

post #48928 of 125406
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Originally Posted by darkmatter7 View Post

 

Sorry to burst your bubble, but that's fake Dior man shog%5B1%5D.gif

You can tell by the diagonal stitching only at the corners.  The real Dior has stitching all the way around the label...

 

 

Like this... (Click to show)

Just kidding.  That's a ridiculous find man.

lol8[1].gif You're evil

post #48929 of 125406
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Originally Posted by hooker4186 View Post

Got Pendleton?

You are about to make some lumberjack or Portland hipster VERY happy

(nice score, btdubs. that's a pretty insane amount of pendleton. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif)
post #48930 of 125406
Saw a purple label, white long sleeve polo at the Polo outlet tonight - 75% off the already discounted price. Upon closer examination, the tags had been removed and then reattached in an incorrect manner, and the collar was filthy. Fucking thing had to have been worn at least a few dozen times and then returned. Would have picked it up otherwise.
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