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if you're a 40r, prepare to hate me
flash did a lovely washout job, it's a nice dark green / windowpane tweedy fabric

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ten dolla. stone cold mint condition, 3 roll 2, dual vent.
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MAINY

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if you're a 40r, prepare to hate me
flash did a lovely washout job, it's a nice dark green / windowpane tweedy fabric
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ten dolla. stone cold mint condition, 3 roll 2, dual vent.

Yes, I do hate you. But if you want to change my mind, you can send the jacket my way biggrin.gif Lovely find.
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Couldn't say no to this as it fit almost perfectly OTR.

Anyone know Raleighs is? I couldn't find anything on Google, perhaps a longer existent department store?

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I think I'll hit the Vancouver Lululemon factory outlet in Vancouver when I return in 2 weeks. Just Googled the address, although I don't think there would be any spectacular deals. Anyone want me to keep an eye out for anything for them?
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I believe it is the same as the one on this wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raleigh_Haberdasher.

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I actually greatly appreciate the reply - I am working on replacing my man-child skate clothes with actual mens clothes, so I am brand new to most of this.  I honestly didn't know if putting in the time at Value Village/Salvation time was even worth it - or if you guys simply stuck to off the beaten path thrift stores...  

 

Now knowing that it's more about just taking the time and putting in the hours - I will be hitting the pavement this weekend to scour some shelves :)

 

Also, I do realize that this thread is simply the good stuff out of thousands of visits, but I still just needed somewhere to start - appreciated.

 

To the smart ass replies, still appreciated haha, although even at 100 posts a page, youre out of your mind!  

 

Having read the whole thread...after beginning my thrifts...I can assure you that you will save some decent change if you educate yourself first. I still have a random YSL tie and dior dress shirt laying around somewhere...

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I think I'll hit the Vancouver Lululemon factory outlet in Vancouver when I return in 2 weeks. Just Googled the address, although I don't think there would be any spectacular deals. Anyone want me to keep an eye out for anything for them?

 

My GF wears a S/XS. I would love to pick up some stuff for her for Christmas if the price point is decent.

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Having read the whole thread...after beginning my thrifts...I can assure you that you will save some decent change if you educate yourself first. I still have a random YSL tie and dior dress shirt laying around somewhere...

Agree, you just have to know what's ok, what's ridonkulous (I have now incorporated this into my SF vocabulary), and what is just plain crap. A few pages back someone said he heard other flippers getting excited over Pierre Cardin. Don't be that guy.

Never settle for anything polyester (it's one of my rules, unless it's a rain coat, then it's different). I made a lot of mistakes when I first started thrifting, like buying a few fake Hermes ties, not knowing what can be tailored, and buying Christian Dior crap, just because it's Christian Dior.
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Originally Posted by flatspotting View Post

I actually greatly appreciate the reply - I am working on replacing my man-child skate clothes with actual mens clothes, so I am brand new to most of this.  I honestly didn't know if putting in the time at Value Village/Salvation time was even worth it - or if you guys simply stuck to off the beaten path thrift stores...  

 

Now knowing that it's more about just taking the time and putting in the hours - I will be hitting the pavement this weekend to scour some shelves :)

 

Also, I do realize that this thread is simply the good stuff out of thousands of visits, but I still just needed somewhere to start - appreciated.

 

To the smart ass replies, still appreciated haha, although even at 100 posts a page, youre out of your mind!  


Yeah, I know man. I am sorry. I was just trying to be funny so I would fit in and everyone would like me!!!

too late  lol8[1].gif

 

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I would have grabbed any Lululemon stuff under $12... A few months ago, I was shopping at one of my favorite thrift shops, and Sarah Palin snatched a pair out of pants out of my hands. She will actually wear them, but still, I could have made $15-25 on that pair.
As for the "good stuff", in my neighborhood I see one good brag-worthy item every 3-6 months. It's a sea of George Forman, occasionally accented with Dior licensed and moth-eaten Pendleton.

Bro, you cant just casually mention how sarah palin snatched a used pair of pants out of your hands, and leave it to that. Deets necessary, pics preferable.

WTF +1 Didnt know Lululemon came in camo?

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700

 

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EG for RLPL velvet smoking slipper 10.5

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EG for RLPL velvet smoking slipper 10.5

Totally would if they had a skull and crossbones or were plain.
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Totally would if they had a skull and crossbones or were plain.

Agreed, that or if my initials were RL
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