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Lots to post today! Some new, some old that I never got around to posting.

 

BIJAN, BY KITON :) 

 

Very slim fitting 40R. Pants are 31.

 

Awesome and available. 

 

700

 

 

 

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APCs! Shirt available, New Standards are not :)

 

 

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What's Seattle without a bunch of sick ass raincoats?

 

pair of BBs that are more or less mint and modern- XL BB mainline, L BB 346. Both available.

 

 

700

 

 

700

 

 

 

OLD Eddie Bauer single breasted trench with removable down lining! Made in USA. Has a bit of internal wear, but seems to be going strong. 44L. Available.

 

 

700

 

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Friggin awesome vintage letterman from the Hard Rock Cafe in Honolulu. Mein!!!!!

 

 

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^^ Are old Eddie Bauers worth getting? I've come across a few items with the same tag as the old ones but I just left them since they only produce mediocre stuff nowadays.
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^^ Are old Eddie Bauers worth getting? I've come across a few items with the same tag as the old ones but I just left them since they only produce mediocre stuff nowadays.

Guess I'll know soon :)

 

Forgot the scarf I picked up for myself

 

 

700

 

700

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I see what you mean by better suited for an older gentlemen now lol.
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Don't wanna be rude as I just asked about those Grenson's...but have those been through a dryer cycle? uhoh.gif

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Today's haul:
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RLPL linen



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And I've been after a pair like this for a long time. (Click to show)
Paid up quite a bit but they were NIB and my size. Now to do some serious breaking in.....


Is that RLPL linen black? And do you think it runs a bit small? smile.gif

The Red Wings are hawt!

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Well, last night I wandered into a thrift store I had never noticed before.... was 99% filled with garbage... but I did find!


A Polo Ralph Lauren Chain-Knit Shawl collar cardigan (Click to show)

smile.gif And it fits me just perfectly!

Condition is quite amazing, even had the extra buttons still attached in the little baggy - I am not sure it was worn more than a couple times.



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Don't wanna be rude as I just asked about those Grenson's...but have those been through a dryer cycle? uhoh.gif
Do you think they might have shrunk? I was kind of interested, myself.
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Haven't found much lately, but here's some stuff

 

Leather backpack

 

North Face A5 shirt

 

Shoes, some polish brand, Kazar

 

Not a superfan of him but nice book that was pretty cheap

 

First pair of Acne jeans that I've found that I like.

 

Really like this thick wool/acrylic DB cardigan, fits great

 

And an older find. Are these rare? Do people collect them? Not worn, early eighties? Seventies? Puma Blackstar

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I don't know if people collect them, but they are pretty sweet kicks.

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Lots to post today! Some new, some old that I never got around to posting.

BIJAN, BY KITON smile.gif 

Very slim fitting 40R. Pants are 31.

Awesome and available. 








Holy s...! That is a Donegal. What a beauty!
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Holy s...! That is a Donegal. What a beauty!
But a 9 drop at 40R? What was that guy shaped like?
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Holy s...! That is a Donegal. What a beauty!
But a 9 drop at 40R? What was that guy shaped like?
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Originally Posted by flatspotting View Post

Well, last night I wandered into a thrift store I had never noticed before.... was 99% filled with garbage... but I did find!

 

A Polo Ralph Lauren Chain-Knit Shawl collar cardigan :)  And it fits me just perfectly! 

 

Condition is quite amazing, even had the extra buttons still attached in the little baggy - I am not sure it was worn more than a couple times.  

 

 

 

700

 

700

 

Blast, I've been looking for something identical to that! Excellent find.

 

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But a 9 drop at 40R? What was that guy shaped like?

 

Beach buff bro, beach buff.

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Does anyone know if GW does any kind of central sourcing or do the donations collected end up at the store they're dropped off at? I seem  to find constant trash at some while others seem to always have a bit nicer selection.

 

Just curious

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Damn Nissan Dealer in Baltimore wants $950 to replace my cracked radiator. I looked up the part...and I can get a new one for about $55. Total bullshit.

 

Decided to have the car towed home (50+ miles). The cost is $235. No brainer.

 

Wanted to square up with the Dealer for the service of looking at my car to identify that I has a cracked radiator (which I told them when I dropped it off) - $62.50.

BUT they don't except credit card transactions over the phone. They told me the towing company would pay for the charge and then charge me. I called the towing company to verify. NOPE, they don't do that. SO, I had to leave work and drive 2 hours to pay the bill before they would release the car to the tow truck. Damn that was stupid. 

 

End Rant

 

I don't know if there is some sort of waiting period after signing up before you can use their services, so this may not work, but if you have to get a tow, it may be cheaper to sign up for AAA or something with membership being like $100-$150 and have them tow it. It'd be cheaper and you would have more tows in case of emergency. 

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