Originally Posted by DeadBoy
I nominate eazye as one of the best overall thrifters in this thread for consistently finding stuff that's actually his size. My thrifting excursions often leave me wishing I was a 44R with a 30" inseam.
I go thrifting A LOT
. I pass on soooooooo much stuff that isn't my size unless I personally think it's badass so I can just admire it for awhile before it goes onto a better home, or I know for a fact someone here would like it or I can make some decent cash off it, I'm super lazy on the whole ebay thing. That being said, I've got a pile of shit right now sitting in my living room that needs to go.
Now, who wants to go on an interesting sartorial journey w/ a surprise ending?I do, Cotton Dockers - Let's Go! (Click to show)
Beautiful brown tweed with a tasteful red overcheck. Soft shoulders
Flat front pants with a coin pocket...
So who made this thing?Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
What, what, what?!
Well, it's for Nordstrom... so that's nice. Must have been from when Chaps was a half-decent RL line not sold next to Alfani in Macys. Either way, it fits, it looks awesome and it was cheap and in nice condition. Works for me.
I would wear the fuck out of that.
If I had more room at my apartment, there have been a couple of things I would have picked up regardless of the maker.
Thrift fit for today.
Shawl collar sweater by Peconic Bay Traders, made in the USA, leather buttons
BB OCBD, made in the USA
J Press tie that I got from someone on here, but I can't remember who, sorry.
Levis maroon cords, not thrifted
Bass blue suede bucks. These might be a travesty to some, but it's been gloomy here for the past week until today, so I thought I'd inject some color into my outfit.