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post #58906 of 102566
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Happy New Years Everyone!
Haha, very true. The wife and I spotted Barry from Storage Wars cruising through Beverly Hills in a roadster type car. Had a skull cap and those yellow sunglasses. Went by too quick for me to snap a pic.
I did see these two beauties on the street outside our restaurant. Probably nothing to the locals but sure was something to see for a Minnesotan.
Fisker Karma

Aston Martin Vanquish

Here's a Calif. edition Christmas thrift/discount fit for you all:

Stormy Kromer wool coat (eBay), Vintage Eddie Bauer newsboy cap (thrift), 1940's Corries "The Sportsmans Paradise" yellow cardigan (thrift), Jay Kos shirt (thrift), OpenMarket slim carpenter pants (LA thrift), Red Wing 9011 (eBay).
And now that I'm home, settled and un-packed; here's the results of my LA run.
Ties: Recent slim Lanvin & Hermes


Charvet shirt

Recent Daks x Timothy Everest tux.
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Bills FF M1 Driving Twills
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Recent Zegna Su Misura FF Trousers
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Recent Zegna by Incotex
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NWT Etro Seersucker

NWOT Incotex cotton FF trousers (unhemmed). Daffy's edition w/ the cut out tags.

Commonwealth Utilities Blue Chambray Shirt.
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Nudie Average Joes

NIB from Barneys REN Perfect Shave Set

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Amazing - Great haul!  happy.gif

post #58907 of 102566

Thrift me that Aston. Goddamn!

post #58908 of 102566
Any help ID'ing these shoes for me, to see if they are even worth a flip.

These 2 pics were proxyd to me and the in person buyer cannot remember the brand. They said all they know is made in Italy genuine croc stamped on bottom and tagged an 11M.

post #58909 of 102566
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

Any help ID'ing these shoes for me, to see if they are even worth a flip.
These 2 pics were proxyd to me and the in person buyer cannot remember the brand. They said all they know is made in Italy genuine croc stamped on bottom and tagged an 11M.
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These suspiciously look like a pair of Giorgio Brutini snake skin I passed a few weeks ago...I was excited to see genuine snake skin until I googled GB and found out they are worthless.

post #58910 of 102566
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

Any help ID'ing these shoes for me, to see if they are even worth a flip.
These 2 pics were proxyd to me and the in person buyer cannot remember the brand. They said all they know is made in Italy genuine croc stamped on bottom and tagged an 11M.


Gotta be something. Nothing on the sole beds? How much were they?
post #58911 of 102566
Brioni orphan, I assume. No luck finding the pants but maybe they will turn up this weekend. Also found another Burberry's trench.



post #58912 of 102566
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Originally Posted by bytor13 View Post


Also hit up a TJ Maxx and picked up some stuff for myself:

12x Pantherella OTC - NOT PICTURED: 10 others
700


Any of you guys who are seeing the Pantherella OTCs in your local TJMaxx able to hook me up with a proxy? Size M (regular) in relatively staple colors. Get at me!

Yesterdays grabs:

Treble skeet, actually somewhat wearable patterns, size M:



And this interesting Polo sweater. Hand knit, NWT:


post #58913 of 102566

It was at an Antique Store with a 499$ price tag marked down to 200$...Still alot of money, and when I called the store to find out more info (again becuase it was proxy from a family member out of town) they said all they could read on it was "velli" made in italy with the croc stamp on the bottom... Doesnt sound too promising to flip, but again I dont know exotic skin labels to any extent...

 

EDIT: they didnt sound too promising about being able to read the brand label they say, It could be something like Valli, Velli or something around there...

post #58914 of 102566

Anyone know if a Richman Brothers Trench is worth picking up?

 

 

700

 

700

post #58915 of 102566
Going out again today, but got that Arkansas finamore! Also got some bush poplin. I was PISSED went to a GW that had Vestimenta and oxxford marked up frown.gif. I had to pass on 6 suits and 3 sc. All mint and super recent (his shirts were from 09) 50 per suit and, 30 per SC. Going to have a friend snag what's left once they hit half off.
post #58916 of 102566
Started the year off on the right foot

Charvet tie NWT

Isaia 7 Fold wool tie NWT - cherry popped

Cucinelli cashmere tie NWT - Cherry popped



Filson shirt

2 pairs Brioni pants - Cherry popped




Here is that purple label I was asking about yesterday.

Edited by capnwes - 1/1/13 at 10:57am
post #58917 of 102566
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Started the year off on the right foot
Charvet tie NWT
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Isaia 7 Fold wool tie NWT - cherry popped

Cucinelli cashmere tie NWT - Cherry popped


Filson shirt

2 pairs Brioni pants - Cherry popped

 

 

 

That's what I'm talking about!

post #58918 of 102566
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post

It was at an Antique Store with a 499$ price tag marked down to 200$...Still alot of money, and when I called the store to find out more info (again becuase it was proxy from a family member out of town) they said all they could read on it was "velli" made in italy with the croc stamp on the bottom... Doesnt sound too promising to flip, but again I dont know exotic skin labels to any extent...

EDIT: they didnt sound too promising about being able to read the brand label they say, It could be something like Valli, Velli or something around there...

they are ZELLI

nice loafers, blake stitched,t hey do a lot of exotics. maybe worth $150 in good condition, i have sold a few pairs.
post #58919 of 102566
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post
Filson shirt

Is it a flannel / moleskin? I found one exactly like that, same color and everything. Is yours made in China?

post #58920 of 102566
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Is it a flannel / moleskin? I found one exactly like that, same color and everything. Is yours made in China?

It's almost like carhartt material. Very heavy and durable. Yes China.
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