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I don't pick up a lot of ties, but this vintage one was too awesome to leave behind.

 

 

 

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Oh...yeah. Also I walked into a hole in the wall dump of a thrift store I usually avoid. It's in the ghetto and the stuff is all piled high in trash bags. Not very many clothes, and they are all moth eaten. The only pair of shoes ever saw in there looked like a dog chewed on them. As soon as I hit the door, I saw a sweet pair of Shells from across the room. Pics later tonight after clean-up.

Bostonian Crown Windsor Shell PTB 11 D/B

 

 

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haven't done much thrifting lately but hit a couple stores yesterday

who made these? they are pretty amazing, insole says Louis Roth Bench Made in England
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2 pair AE's 10d
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hardly worn bruno maglis
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ae 10d
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also grabbed an oxxford suit and a couple sportcoats
post #49398 of 135896
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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

haven't done much thrifting lately but hit a couple stores yesterday

who made these? they are pretty amazing, insole says Louis Roth Bench Made in England
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Looks like Sanders to me.
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Here's the 42 T Oxxford, but it has some damage to the lining, and is missing the bottom button! Wow, I'm a moron. It's still pretty nice, though, so if it will fit any of you gents ....

 

 

Any idea on the buttons?

 

 

 

 

 

And this came from Ebay today. I am so psyched! It was $43 shipped, so a little much, but, well.

 

 

Next up: Find a pristine copy of Reich's Different Trains. Then my collection of freshman obsessions will be complete!

post #49400 of 135896
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(and that's the end-grain cutting board I just made for my wife; almost done, just gotta put the varnish on)

Love the cutting board! Awesome work!

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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post

I just started thrifting in TC, do you find that the Goodwill's around here ever get anything good? I've found the men's shoe selection to be terrible. My best spot for quality so far has been Unique but it's for profit so the deals aren't as good.

GW is hit and miss. Men's shoes in general in our area suck. Nicest I've found are Cole Haans and Allen Edmonds with the occasional Ferragamo. Never Tremezzas though.

I know a guy who constantly finds cool stuff at Unique for cheap. Stuff slips through the cracks. One of the few Kitons I know that were found around here came out of there.
Edited by Nataku - 10/10/12 at 6:25pm
post #49401 of 135896
Well, five stores today... only three items picked up. baldy[1].gif All available.

Random Givenchy tie... I'll just use this to polish shoes, right?

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And how about some 7FAMs in pristine shape? A pocket model. Size 36, measures ~33-34 inches inseam so hemmable for most anyone...

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This random polo is an XL, though I suspect it's more like an L-ish XL than a real XL... but nobody could ever be interested in this, could they?

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post #49402 of 135896

Good haul today! All brand new without box or dust bags. These and many more Allen Edmonds are available for sale on my listings
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went out today and managed not to rip my pants so that's a good sign

 

Brooks Brothers 1818 wool 36X32

 

 

Hugo Boss jeans 33

 

 

Zegna 16, RG, Brooks Brothers L  a real crazy multi colored easter looking shirt.

 

 

Allen Edmonds Manchester 10 1/2 eee

 

post #49404 of 135896
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Brooks Brothers L  a real crazy multi colored easter looking shirt.

That's called "a fun shirt" FYI. You... understand the name, I suspect. wink.gif
post #49405 of 135896
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Allen Edmonds Manchester 10 1/2 eee Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Love those manchesters.. I've been looking for a burgundy pair for a while now
post #49406 of 135896
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Originally Posted by TheWGP View Post


That's called "a fun shirt" FYI. You... understand the name, I suspect. wink.gif

 

well it's certainly fun to look at

post #49407 of 135896
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Love those manchesters.. I've been looking for a burgundy pair for a while now

 

if they're your size shoot me a pm and i'll hook you up

post #49408 of 135896
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Originally Posted by TheWGP View Post

And how about some 7FAMs in pristine shape?

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post #49409 of 135896
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Originally Posted by jcubzzz View Post

well it's certainly fun to look at

I recently sold the same shirt I thrifted some time ago. I think it did rather well on eBay....$36 before shipping.
post #49410 of 135896
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Originally Posted by Henry Boogers View Post


I recently sold the same shirt I thrifted some time ago. I think it did rather well on eBay....$36 before shipping.

 

I usually pass on BB shirts that don't fit me since they don't flip well but picked up that shirt since i like bright flashy objects. 

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