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post #58801 of 102867
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Still gotta catch up but if you like Boglioli spring / summer sportcoats you should look at this:

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/146312/official-events-and-psa-thread/4755#post_6013234


Thanks for the heads up. I grabbed one for $75. I doubt it will fit but figure I can recoup the 75 pretty easily.
post #58802 of 102867
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Dude, you have no idea how much I wish the Gloverall fit me.


Doesn't fit as in sleeves too short, or chest just slightly too big?

post #58803 of 102867

Some more stuff from Friday

 

Vintage NOS Botany Tweed - Tagged (incorrectly) 42S - measures 40R

700

 

 

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700

 

700

 

700

 

 

VTG Cricketeer Tweed - 42R

700

 

 

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700

 

700

 

Keurig B60 

 

700

 

Skeet Skeet

700

 

 

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700

 

700

 

700

 

 

Solid Brass Shoe Horn

700

 

Southwick SC 3 roll 2 - 42L 

700

 

 

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700

 

700

 

700

 

 

Woolrich Puffy Vest - Medium

I washed it, It has the weirdest washing instructions. "Dry with tennis shoe". I tried, but I just couldn't get my tennis shoe hot enough, so I had to use the dryer instead.

700

 

 

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700

 

Woolrich Glen Plaid SC - 44R

-700

 

 

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700

 

700

 

700

 

post #58804 of 102867

damn those boglioli's are nice I am normally a 40L should I go for a 52?

post #58805 of 102867
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post


Woolrich Puffy Vest - Medium
I washed it, It has the weirdest washing instructions. "Dry with tennis shoe". I tried, but I just couldn't get my tennis shoe hot enough, so I had to use the dryer instead.
700

Are you sure it didn't say "dry with a tennis ball?" A lot of down garments have that on their care tags (sometimes they even say dry with a tennis ball inside a sock or something). The tennis ball bounces around in the dryer and separates the wet feathers from each other, allowing the garment to return to its pre-wash fluffiness.
post #58806 of 102867
This was found before X'mas, before all the craziness, so I finally have the energy and time to post this. My first ever Brioni out in the wild. Anyone knows what the material tag says? I assume 85% WO is wool, then what is WS? Size 42R, blue and gold houndstooth, VERY AVAILABLE.

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I also saw this in the display case...I just laughed, are they assuming that people don't know the value of anything?

post #58807 of 102867
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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post


Are you sure it didn't say "dry with a tennis ball?" A lot of down garments have that on their care tags (sometimes they even say dry with a tennis ball inside a sock or something). The tennis ball bounces around in the dryer and separates the wet feathers from each other, allowing the garment to return to its pre-wash fluffiness.

 

700

 

Definitely tennis shoe, but I used tennis balls instead..lol.

post #58808 of 102867
Haha, that's funny. I wonder if it was just a typo or if they really thought sticking a pair of Chucks in the dryer was a reasonable proposition.
post #58809 of 102867

Thrifted my way down the state of Illinois on my way to my parents' house for Christmas, but only came up with these.  Both AVAILABLE.

 

 

I don't know much about KROON, other than I've seen them at Marshall's and STP.  I realize it's not great quality, but it's a cool piece: Poly black rain blazer w/ working cuffs, side vents, detachable throat latch, corduroy trimmings, plaid lining, zippered ticket pocket, iPod pocket, etc.  Tagged 44.

 

700

 

 

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700700

 

700700

 

700700

 

700700

 

700700

 

700

 

p2p - 22.75

waist - 21

sleeves - 27.5

shoulders - 19.5

length - 31.5

 

 

Joseph A Bank Green Harris Tweed - 42R

700

 

 

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700700

 

700700

 

700700

 

700700

 

700

 

p2p - 22.5

waist - 21

sleeves - 25

shoulders - 19.5

length - 31

 

post #58810 of 102867
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Sick. I know. US 46S.

Define 46S...
post #58811 of 102867
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Originally Posted by guyver00 View Post


wow. labeled as fake. That's shameful. not only selling a really bad fake but advertising it and selling for $200
post #58812 of 102867

CBS just played a bit of macklemore's thrift store song during the charger game highlights coming back from a commercial break.

post #58813 of 102867
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Originally Posted by mexicutioner View Post

Define 46S...
Pit to pit 25"
Sleeves from shoulder seam 23.25" (about 1.25" under, non functioning buttons)
Shoulder seams across 20"
Across Waist 24.75"
Length from BOC 28.5"
post #58814 of 102867

yo rugbys shetland sweaters are 40 a pop now who needs shaggy dogs anyway,

put this on has probably already covered that though

post #58815 of 102867

I've got to grab something with an R on it from them before they're gone, it's my initial.

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