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AND THE MOMENT EVERYONE HAS BEEN lurker[1].gif FOR:
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Originally Posted by mexicutioner View Post

hehe guess which store in CT accepts credit card purchases over the phone... devil.gif
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Seriously? worship.gifteacha.gif

thanks man! the store in CT i was referring to was the brooks brothers outlet in Clinton, CT. i was pretty stoked to find out that they accept credit card purchases over the phone. here's what i ordered from them:
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post #55907 of 110189
rack of dated Brioni blazers = commencement of thrift store thread e-bukkake.
not criticizing, just saying.
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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post

rack of dated Brioni blazers = commencement of thrift store thread e-bukkake. not criticizing, just saying.


+1
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FFFFF.  I was supposed to go to New Haven this weekend to visit my gf, but then didn't.  Should. have. gone.  Karma police strike again.

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Originally Posted by GM-H View Post

Walked in to a Goodwill that is right by my house for the first time.....

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Anyone wanna guess what 15 of the 18 jackets were???

 

 

 

All 46 Shorts. $40 for the wool ones, $50 for the cashmere ones

 

 

And shirts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I bought the dark one to try and sell.

 

Not shown: Brioni trench, cashmere cable sweater and turtleneck.

 

 

Only thing that fit me was a red Brioni polo. Everything else was xxl or xxxl and some short sleeve shirts were large

 

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Originally Posted by staxringold View Post

Weird, I've been in the NH Goodwill, don't recognize that rack (and they rarely get decent stuff from what I've seen).


Now that I think about it, +1

post #55910 of 110189
Then a visit from Nucky Thompson....

Vintage Style, with double stitched welt
Re-Mix Spectacular Spectator Wingtips - 10D  

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Must......resist..........
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Then a visit from Nucky Thompson....
Vintage Style, with double stitched welt
Re-Mix Spectacular Spectator Wingtips - 10D  


You should've put them in sand just to give that real Nucky look.
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Then a visit from Nucky Thompson....
Vintage Style, with double stitched welt
Re-Mix Spectacular Spectator Wingtips - 10D  

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Must......resist..........

Saw that one coming....lol. I have a few more items you don't know you want yet...

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Polo Ralph Lauren made in USA. Pick stiching up the wazoo. Collar attached by hand double vented etc. Tagged 40r but fits like a 40s the sleeves are too short for my gorrila arms so available.
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Dooney and Bourke "screw you" and Trafalgar braces. Old lady at the counter asked, "You do know what this means, right?":



Grip of trad ties: Harvard Coop (1982), Cape Code whales, Talbott $ (love this one), Ben Silver, Ben Silver:



Ferragamo, Hermes (lining needs repair but otherwise flawless), Holliday and Brown:



Billy Reid x 3:



Steven Alan, Pendleton blackwatch, Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T (in the exact size/color I've been looking for):



Recent-ish BB 1818 blazer, Loro Piana fabric, 46 R (available):


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Edited by ChetB - 12/2/12 at 4:22pm
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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 :



That is so not fair.
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Originally Posted by Randomore View Post


Polo Ralph Lauren made in USA. Pick stiching up the wazoo. Collar attached by hand double vented etc. Tagged 40r but fits like a 40s the sleeves are too short for my gorrila arms so available.

 

What color is that?

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Originally Posted by ATLjon View Post

What color is that?
It's brown terrible lighting.
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Saw that one coming....lol. I have a few more items you don't know you want yet...

Speaking of which, that just reminded me of this. Found this awesome newsboy cap awhile back and forgot about it. Too small for me. Tagged a size 7. NWT - Deadstock from the mid 70's. Came from a now-defunct higher-end men's clothier.





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^ Awesome!
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Originally Posted by taxgenius View Post


You should've put them in sand just to give that real Nucky look.

We don't have a lot of sand here in PA. Could have thrown them in the clay and rocks I guess.

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