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Originally Posted by JackFlash View Post

No idea about flipping, but I picked up more than a few Hilfiger made in Italy items for personal use that are both well made and tasteful.  

 

Yeah I found a pretty nice leather handbag with this label that surprised me.

 

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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

I think that's my favorite one so far.

+1  As has been said, a simpler pocket square may work, but personally am a fan of how all the patterns tie together using the browns.

 

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Originally Posted by catside View Post

I will change my archaic blackberry, then will start tagging these. Sort of catch and release fishing.

 

Ha, I like that idea.

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Some recent pants finds:

 

Zanella for Saks flat-front cotton dress pants (size 32, measure 32 x 31, available):

 

 

Issey Miyake Men pants (size 3/measure 33 x 33, available):

 

 

Polo Ralph Lauren navy silk-cotton blend (56/44) flat-front side adjuster pants (size 32 x 30, available):

 

 

Ermenegildo Zegna corduroy pants (size 34, measure roughly 33.5 x 34, available):

 

 

RRL military workpants (measure roughly 30.5 x 30.5, roomy cut, available):

 

 

My favorite find was this very unspectacular pair of pants:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

because it actually fits me

 

J. Crew Factory herringbone wool blend dress pants (not available):

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Jhors2 View Post

Any chance if you wing back by where the Barbera is you can take any pics or maybe proxy it? smile.gif  What type of fabric pattern?

No, it's far. Check with GMMCl. Orange/brown/yellow with green plaid tweedy number.
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post


It feels hefty. I'll go by whatever you guys say.
Open it now or don't open until Christmas?

Thanks, Secret Santa!

Wow, Spoo! That is amazing! Just the packaging and presentation is so..... wow.gif

As for the mystery box, Open it!!! The suspense is killing me! bounce2.gif

And H Hilfiger stuff is very nice. I've seen some of it in person before. Nothing like the mainline. High end fabrics, great construction and fit and pricey.
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It's not news that Spoo has style. And good business sense!

Presentation is muy importante. Kennedy once said "Ich bin eine Berliner" and the German crowd went wild.I will let Hans to translate that:)
Edited by catside - 12/11/12 at 12:30pm
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

I wasn't sure whether to go public with this or not but then I realized it was too big not to share with the thread. Plus, there's a question that needs to be answered at the end of this post.
First, though, I have to apologize to the person for whom I was their secret Santa. shog[1].gif
Dude, I am SO not on the level of most everyone else here and nowhere near what just happened to me this morning!
It's just not fair to you. May you have a much better Secret Santa next year!

So...I went to the Post Office to check my PO Box delivery that wouldn't fit. This label was on the box. (Click to show)
bounce2.gif
After the Earth stopped moving, the contact high from the black marker knocked my a$$ back in the car seat! (Click to show)
. Feelsh niische! (Click to show)
And it fits better than it looks in this awkward pose.


Anybody familiar with these labels? (Click to show)

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It takes a LOT to impress Reese.
BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE!!! (Click to show)
It feels hefty. I'll go by whatever you guys say.
Open it now or don't open until Christmas?

Thanks, Secret Santa!
 

The suspense is burning everyone in this thread..Celebrate Hanukkah this year and open tonight :D

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To those expecting a package from me. Everything is on its way.
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Originally Posted by catside View Post

It's not news that Spoo has style. And good business sense!
Presentation is muy importante. Kennedy once said "Ich bin eine Berliner" and the German crowd went wild.I will let Hans to translate that:)

Ein, he was not a lady...or...butbut.gif

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For le Frenchy (didnt paint this, just sayin)

 

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Pm within an hour if you want me to pick up this BB makers tweed 44. Shoulders 19", length 30.5", sleeves 24". Single vent. $8 plus shipping
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In the field. Black double breasted unvented orphan, cop or pass?
Tagged 39
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Dang... Drake's sale in NYC. Another reason I wish I lived the city. If anyone is going, hit me up.

Also, thanks to PTO. One of my items had 5 watchers and overnight is up to 66 and grows everytime I look.
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Originally Posted by Ken P View Post


In the field. Black double breasted unvented orphan, cop or pass?
Tagged 39

No sign of Napoli on the tag.. If it is real i have never heard of Q ISAIA. Kinda looks like some cheap knock-off like PARDA. What does the content tag look like?

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Originally Posted by Beck View Post

No sign of Napoli on the tag.. If it is real i have never heard of Q ISAIA. Kinda looks like some cheap knock-off like PARDA. What does the content tag look like?

Could have sworn that's the old isaia logo here's the only other tag
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hmmmm....proxy for anyone?




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