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First things first....

25" what is your real identity.....stretch armstrong???


Next matter of spoo-ification




Shit, that was a nice jacket. I have monkey arms, sue me.

Jeans are real. Also probably so dated not worth the flip. $30 maybe?
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Jeans are real. Also probably so dated not worth the flip. $30 maybe?

Thanks. I'm cool with that, they were under $5...first Versace...check.

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Not sure, actually.  I measured it and the chest comes in between what I think a 38 and a 40 should be.  I'm definitely confused.

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Nice find of the RLPL, how come it's crossed off and 40 is written on it?. Too bad the vest is a large, been looking for a size M backless vest.

 

Awesome.  Thanks for the ID.

 

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Chester Barrie.  Well done.

 

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Speaking of G-1 bombers, here's the Ralph Edwards I found the other day, which I believe is original.

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Also featured are Helmut Lang jeans and (Timberland) Abington cap-toe boots.
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I am visiting Charleston, SC for this coming holiday and wondered if anyone had an experience with thrift scenes in Charleston. I always had the impression of that town as where Old Money of the South lives, or where rich old people go to retire. So I am hoping there is decent thrift scene in that town.

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It's always interesting how one store can sell items priced high weeks earlier then they bring out something that is way cheaper but better condition.

Still in their "boutique section" but less than a couple jacksons...this one makes me happy...though torn between keeping and selling:



Nice quick flip on this jacket. Woolrich 60/40.


So...to keep or to flip...talk me into selling these! Never been worn.


And a xmas present for my son, the tax attorney!
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Made a stop while running errands today. Five minutes before closing, found this:



"Where there's smoke there's fire" held true. Kept looking, found this:



Holy crap. Two minutes until closing and found these:



"Store is now closed" announcement. Had to check the end of the rack one more time on the way to the register, to make sure I didn't miss anything. Bam:



Best part: the Finamores, Oxxford, and Isaia are 16 35s and fit excellently. Not pictured is a nice Zegna button down, also my size. bigstar[1].gif
Edited by ChetB - 11/19/12 at 10:19pm
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couple random things from today

 

Rag and Bone Denim 38waist, non raw/non selvedge but pretty nice for standard denim

 

 

 

700

 

 

green charvet (end over end shirt) size 40, french cuffs

700

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Originally Posted by Stewie View Post

It's always interesting how one store can sell items priced high weeks earlier then they bring out something that is way cheaper but better condition.
Still in their "boutique section" but less than a couple jacksons...this one makes me happy...though torn between keeping and selling:

Holy big E's. If those are actual vintage and not LVC, you should probably considering selling them...
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I went into the "Boutique" section of the Goodwill today, and of course it was full of Nautica etc., but then I realized that to a lot of the people working/pricing the stuff at the GW, Nautica really is out of reach for them.
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Damn, some killer posts to close the night.icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post

I went into the "Boutique" section of the Goodwill today, and of course it was full of Nautica etc., but then I realized that to a lot of the people working/pricing the stuff at the GW, Nautica really is out of reach for them.

Amen. The GW boutique shop here that opened a month or so ago hasn't made a dent. The boutique is filled with straight-up crap, the main stores keep churning stuff both flippable and wearable. No difference whatsoever.
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Anyone know anything about these labels?

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Originally Posted by ChetBakerSings View Post

Made a stop while running errands today. Five minutes before closing, found this:

"Where there's smoke there's fire" held true. Kept looking, found this:

Holy crap. Two minutes until closing and found these:

"Store is now closed" announcement. Had to check the end of the rack one more time on the way to the register, to make sure I didn't miss anything. Bam:

Best part: the Finamores, Oxxford, and Isaia are 16 35s and fit excellently. Not pictured is a nice Zegna button down, also my size. bigstar[1].gif


BTW that Oxxford is made by Kiton.
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