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post #53716 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

Ok guys, still need some help with this Corneliani coat, I need to win the argument with the wife.  I think its a topcoat, she thinks its a sport coat or orphan.  It is wool and has a very outerwear feel to it that probably doesn't come thru in the pics. It's also unvented which also leads me to believe outerwear. Here's some thrift fit pics, can anyone help?

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry man, it looks like your wife won this round. uhoh.gif

post #53717 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by mexicutioner View Post


woah. those shirts are straight up beautiful. inlove.gif
if any of them are a 17-17.5 x 34, holler at me! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif


If 16x34-35 then PM me

post #53718 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Dosent the wife/gf always win puzzled.gif but in this case I think she is correct. It looks/sounds like it is just a heavy flannel orphen to me for someone a bit bigger then you.


yup, sorry. she is right.   trade it here for something that fits.fing02[1].gif

post #53719 of 112374
Advice sought.

Here's a hypothetical question for anyone who might care to answer.

Let's say you are taking an imaginary stroll through a local (Click to show)


and you've been told you can have any ONE thing that you see, free of charge. (Click to show)
Door after door, you peer in to see things such as...


and


along with many other people in various stages of undress performing all manner of personal acts,


...many with names involving (Click to show)
cities in Ohio.

You continue your tour when you come to one last door, painted bright red. (Click to show)
You open the door and it's a closet. Hanging from the hook, you see a single shirt. Recognizing it as something special and realizing that THIS is the one thing you desire, you quickly check the label in the collar.

Would you be happier to find this label? (Click to show)


Or this? (Click to show)


Time is short.

TELL ME, MY BROTHERS!

HELP ME!


post #53720 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

 

Why are you such a jerk tben, just answer the mans question. Here you go http://ThriftStoreSearch.net/Vancouver

Classic BP rotflmao.gif

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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

if you're a 40r, prepare to hate me
flash did a lovely washout job, it's a nice dark green / windowpane tweedy fabric
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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

 

Sechstacular

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

Ok guys, still need some help with this Corneliani coat, I need to win the argument with the wife.  I think its a topcoat, she thinks its a sport coat or orphan.  It is wool and has a very outerwear feel to it that probably doesn't come thru in the pics. It's also unvented which also leads me to believe outerwear. Here's some thrift fit pics, can anyone help?

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Just a too big, dated orphan. Most of my top coats have vents anyway...hard to walk without them.

post #53721 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

Advice sought.
Here's a hypothetical question for anyone who might care to answer. Let's say you are taking an imaginary stroll through a local (Click to show)

and you've been told you can have any ONE thing that you see, free of charge. (Click to show)
Door after door, you peer in to see things such as...

and

along with many other people in various stages of undress performing all manner of personal acts,
...many with names involving (Click to show)
cities in Ohio. You continue your tour when you come to one last door, painted bright red. (Click to show)
You open the door and it's a closet. Hanging from the hook, you see a single shirt. Recognizing it as something special and realizing that THIS is the one thing you desire, you quickly check the label in the collar. Would you be happier to find this label? (Click to show)
Or this? (Click to show)


Time is short.
TELL ME, MY BROTHERS!
HELP ME!

 

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

Advice sought.
Here's a hypothetical question for anyone who might care to answer. Let's say you are taking an imaginary stroll through a local (Click to show)

and you've been told you can have any ONE thing that you see, free of charge. (Click to show)
Door after door, you peer in to see things such as...

and

along with many other people in various stages of undress performing all manner of personal acts,
...many with names involving (Click to show)
cities in Ohio. You continue your tour when you come to one last door, painted bright red. (Click to show)
You open the door and it's a closet. Hanging from the hook, you see a single shirt. Recognizing it as something special and realizing that THIS is the one thing you desire, you quickly check the label in the collar. Would you be happier to find this label? (Click to show)
Or this? (Click to show)


Time is short.
TELL ME, MY BROTHERS!
HELP ME!

SULKA

post #53722 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

Advice sought.
Here's a hypothetical question for anyone who might care to answer. Let's say you are taking an imaginary stroll through a local (Click to show)

and you've been told you can have any ONE thing that you see, free of charge. (Click to show)
Door after door, you peer in to see things such as...

and

along with many other people in various stages of undress performing all manner of personal acts,
...many with names involving (Click to show)
cities in Ohio. You continue your tour when you come to one last door, painted bright red. (Click to show)
You open the door and it's a closet. Hanging from the hook, you see a single shirt. Recognizing it as something special and realizing that THIS is the one thing you desire, you quickly check the label in the collar. Would you be happier to find this label? (Click to show)
Or this? (Click to show)


Time is short.
TELL ME, MY BROTHERS!
HELP ME!

Me....Lorenzini, but it was close.

post #53723 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

Advice sought.
Here's a hypothetical question for anyone who might care to answer. Let's say you are taking an imaginary stroll through a local (Click to show)

and you've been told you can have any ONE thing that you see, free of charge. (Click to show)
Door after door, you peer in to see things such as...

and

along with many other people in various stages of undress performing all manner of personal acts,
...many with names involving (Click to show)
cities in Ohio. You continue your tour when you come to one last door, painted bright red. (Click to show)
You open the door and it's a closet. Hanging from the hook, you see a single shirt. Recognizing it as something special and realizing that THIS is the one thing you desire, you quickly check the label in the collar. Would you be happier to find this label? (Click to show)
Or this? (Click to show)


Time is short.
TELL ME, MY BROTHERS!
HELP ME!

 

Sulka all day!!!

 

Wait, shit! Why not get both!!!???

post #53724 of 112374
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Originally Posted by rayxlui View Post

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Not to butthurt, but

y u not like my Roger Goodell Zegna like this?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by grendel View Post


If 16x34-35 then PM me

No way, dudes. He's going to trade me those C&J suedes AND the T&As AND the LPs for A WHOLE MESS of Zegna shirts.

RIGHT ABED?? (PM Sent)
post #53725 of 112374

Wow, I thought I was the only one doing it that way, but I guess not.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

90% of the stuff I get as staples and never had an issue. I have found that the nail file on a nail clipper works best. One with a flat end works better then the curved pointy end. Just flip the back side prongs up and then pull it though.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Like this  400not this large%20nail%20clippers..gif

 

 

Why are you such a jerk tben, just answer the mans question. Here you go http://ThriftStoreSearch.net/Vancouver

 

 

 

post #53726 of 112374
post #53727 of 112374

No clothing related pics today....although I will have yet more from Friday's haul tonight or tomorrow.

 

The bedroom remodel that has been taking up all my thrift-thread time is nearly complete, just a little trim work and painting remain....plus floor refinishing.

 

Speaking of floors, my thrift brag for today is my "new" hardwood flooring. Reclaimed from a 120 year old farm house for just under $1/sq ft. Reeeedonkulous deal, considering the same would cost $13-$18 /sq ft new. 

 

Oh yeah...that chair was also thrifted for $3 and re-upholstered by my wife and I. The chair legs were re-purposed from a kitchen table, which I converted to a huge coffee table for our living room. 

 

700

 

 

The whole project started by me needing this new closet.

These are re-purposed french doors found in a dumpster dive they were originally exterior doors which were about 18" taller, solid brass hardware was still intact.

 

700

post #53728 of 112374

Picked these up but no clue what model they are and can't find them on the AE website. Anyone with more knowledge lend a hand?

 

PS - I love my D3100 nod[1].gif

 

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post #53729 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Picked these up but no clue what model they are and can't find them on the AE website. Anyone with more knowledge lend a hand?

 

PS - I love my D3100 nod[1].gif

 

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More Pictures (Click to show)

 

 

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I'm on it....and I want that same camera...

post #53730 of 112374
Quote:
Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

No clothing related pics today....although I will have yet more from Friday's haul tonight or tomorrow.

 

The bedroom remodel that has been taking up all my thrift-thread time is nearly complete, just a little trim work and painting remain....plus floor refinishing.

 

Speaking of floors, my thrift brag for today is my "new" hardwood flooring. Reclaimed from a 120 year old farm house for just under $1/sq ft. Reeeedonkulous deal, considering the same would cost $13-$18 /sq ft new. 

 

Oh yeah...that chair was also thrifted for $3 and re-upholstered by my wife and I. The chair legs were re-purposed from a kitchen table, which I converted to a huge coffee table for our living room. 

 

700

 

 

The whole project started by me needing this new closet.

These are re-purposed french doors found in a dumpster dive they were originally exterior doors which were about 18" taller, solid brass hardware was still intact.

 

700

 

 


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