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post #55861 of 109423
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I love it when consignors send me stuff with the tags still on. Thought you guys might like these : Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That Charvet!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #55862 of 109423
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Originally Posted by Dolfan954 View Post

Only in South Florida.

Got 2, I'm thinking that somehow, someone on ebay will come along and pay $30.
post #55863 of 109423
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Originally Posted by suited View Post


Got 2, I'm thinking that somehow, someone on ebay will come along and pay $30.


If they were full, I'd pay double wink.gif

post #55864 of 109423
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Originally Posted by SomethingsFishy View Post

NINETY DOLLARS.

 

UNSURE.

 

IM A NEWB. 

 

That's why I post here! All I'm trying to do is improve. 

 

Give it 30 days. 

 

 

DM7 pushing wheelbarrows full of money in period dress just for the fuck of it.

 

 

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Originally Posted by SeaJen View Post

The patented BR outdoor skeet glove.

 

With pre-skeeted catalogue cover.

 

700

post #55865 of 109423
Found this vintage made in the USA LL Bean shacket with a rad plaid, flannel lining. Size Large, too big for me if anyone else wants it.





post #55866 of 109423
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I love it when consignors send me stuff with the tags still on. Thought you guys might like these :

I have the same tie in copper, only that's twice what I paid for mine. ;~)
post #55867 of 109423
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post
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Found this vintage made in the USA LL Bean shacket with a rad plaid, flannel lining. Size Large, too big for me if anyone else wants it.


 

 

Holy shit! This was the same LLB shacket I didn't buy because I forgot my wallet!!!

post #55868 of 109423
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Originally Posted by suited View Post
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Harris Fashion Group Tweed 40L (keeping for now):

 

For cufflinks and other small items:

+1 I also use a cigar box for my watches cufflinks ect. works like a charm and smells nice 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

   That's a pretty good haul you've got there... The tartan scarf is pretty sweet. I passed on a Dorfman Pacific wool scarf today because it wasn't a really tartan, and well, I live in California. How often can I wear a scarf? I own two, one Irish National Tartan, and one San Jose Earthquakes one that comes out for matches.

 

 I found my first Thomas Pink shirt today, but had to pass as the sleeves were a bit short.

before I was on this forum I passed on like 5 nwt thomas pink shirts still in wrapping and some loro piana stuff, I still cry at night when I think about it. also my friends dad is john doyle nod[1].gif

post #55869 of 109423
Grabbed some nice stuff at Buffalo Exchange today - prices are higher than thrift but with menswear they tend to price stuff low enough to make it worth grabbing:

Mint Brunello Cucinelli Linen BD collar Size L:


Charles Tyrwhitt Chelsea Boots 9UK - anyone know who makes these (Made in England):


post #55870 of 109423
^ Brace yourself for the PMs on that Cucinelli. Awesome find.
post #55871 of 109423
Guys...

GOT DAT KITON.

Pics later! Available!

At 90 it was steep, but its a Bijan/Kiton...

It really does fit me wonderfully... if only it was CG frown.gif
post #55872 of 109423
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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

+1 I also use a cigar box for my watches cufflinks ect. works like a charm and smells nice 


I have a nice carved wooden box from india- about the size of a cigar box, actually- that was a gift from my aunt and uncle years ago.
post #55873 of 109423

Haven't found many shoes lately until this weekend. 

 

I thought I walked into an outdoors outfitting store when I saw all of these canoes.

Must have been a giant...

 

 

AE Fifth Ave 14 D

700

 

AE Mapleton - 15 D

700

 

AE Park Ave - 14 D

700

 

AE Park Ave - 14 C

700

 

AE Woodstock 15 D

700

 

Salvatore Ferragamo - 14 D

700

 

Mephisto - 15 D

700

 

 

Then the giant left and an elf came in.....

 

Nettleton - 6 C

700

 

Now the normals....

 

Salvatore Ferragamo - 8.5 D

700

 

NWD Hanover PTB - 11 E/C

700

 

 

Then a visit from Nucky Thompson....

 

Vintage Style, with double stitched welt

Re-Mix Spectacular Spectator Wingtips - 10D  

700

post #55874 of 109423

Funny stuff all around.

 

Love this thread.

post #55875 of 109423
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

AE Mapleton - 15 D

Christ does AE make some ugly shoes.
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