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So shell for sure??
They ship out today, so i'll take more and better pics when they get here!
Yeah, I'm not a flipper so I don't care. Note taken about the right label thanks.
Thanks for your reply, you might be right. I can't really tell what exotics look like, I just know that Mezlan does a lot of exotics, and the shoes looked like they might be. I'll check out the insoles tonight.
Btw, I think that the Piatelli label you are looking for is this (neither auction is mine):
I don't think that Piatelli has any flip/trade value, so I'd just buy it if I'd wear it myself.
Good thinking and looks nice. I've only made one attempt at shirt dyeing which turned out pretty decent. I had too many white shirts that I never wear so it solved that problem for one of them.
Thanks! I think it was held up, yeah, but I, noobishly, started panicking that no one was telling me how cool I was. So that's especially nice to hear, and doubly so coming from you guys.
Not quite a beginner, so yeah: it's LA. It's confusing. New York is a way better-dressed town, to my eye, but I never had half the luck there I have here.
Nothing glamorous, but I found a few things I like over the weekend, none of it available:
Two made-in-Italy shirts that fit me great:
The Sonrisa name is new to me, but it's a really nice shirt. Looks dingy in the pic, but not in person. (And can't get the $%#$ thing to rotate, apologies.)
Anybody know who makes the made-in-Italy shirts for Barneys?
This thing I love. 100% cashmere, gorgeous gun club check, side vents, spotless, just incredibly soft fabric. Technically not a thrift; I bought it at a hippie vintage store, but I would have happily paid double and it fits me like it was made for me.
The tag I think maybe points to Belvest? Doesn't matter as I don't plan to sell or trade: I plan to wear it weekly.