I mean HEH
The problem with women's clothes is that the fashion changes so damn swiftly that by the time anything hits the thrifts it is rarely still desired. Men's clothes on the other hand, rarely change. Hence why we find vintage pieces that would work without a hitch.
That's what I am trying to do to start - problem is I am one difficult person to fit in the first place haha. But basically my plan is to just buy what I want for me - unless I am 100% certain I have something nice. I am not especially after things to flip right now, I can make money later. I just gotta learn it all first. I've read a couple hundred pages of this thread already... over the next few weeks hopefully I'll have more of it done, and in turn, some better ideas of what to look for.
Maybe I was subconsciously channeling you? I had read the article but it comes more out of my better half's mouth. I have challenged her to find stuff for herself whenever she comes with me thrifting. She has very nice taste but ALWAYS walks out empty handed. Her responses are always that everything is outdated. I have to say that she has a far better "eye" than I do and I am glad she prefers to hit the mens aisles with me.
Here are her finds from a recent trip. What did I find? Nothing.
Zegna casual shirt
And she found this. I have yet to see anything like it. It's an orphan and we couldn't find the pants. Best part? Half off.
Can anyone confirm whether this is real? The tag looks slightly off to me.
Oh and this is a GA label ive never seen before. The store wanted a crazy amount for the suit so I passed. Should I have gone back? I know the "black label" is the good label but this one is different.