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Found these bad boys (versace t75 models) today....



and did a little more research to find that this bad boy wore them...... icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif (maybe available, still undecided)

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To the person who bought the 3 piece RLPL navy suit at the Marshall's in SF .... I will hunt you down!! I'm seriously so pissed they sold this when they said they'd hold it for me (1 day).

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Found a couple of things today. My camera died, so excuse the horrible phone pics.

 

'60s Crombie Highland tweed topcoat. Fully canvassed, and nice colours (despite the awful pictures. It's actually red, black, and blue). I've never seen a gun club topcoat. I don't know whether to keep it and spend the $100 on tailoring it really slim and cool, or offer it up. (Rhetorically: Do I need 4 topcoats?):

 

 

Tweedy Samuelsohn Glen-plaid suit w/ ticket pocket and horn buttons. Heavy winter-weight wool. It's MTM, 41R/35, which is close enough that I can justify spending the $100+ on tailoring. But also available if anyone's interested. 

 

 

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So I never knew until today (thanks to that thriftstorerunway site) that this week is National Thrift Week. However this makes perfect sense and explains a whole lot, since my birthday is this week (Saturday). I have been a thrift store shopper since I was about 8 years old, when my grandmother took me to the SA where she worked for the first time.

 

Excited to hit 3 or 4 of my favorite spots back home this weekend.

 

Anyway, I though I would share my birthday card with you all since I know you will get a kick out of it. Given to be by someone who knows me pretty well.

 

 

 

Open Card (Click to show)

 

 

 

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Just finished the pictures on this, havnt even listed it yet but too excited not to post. Prob my fav Brooks Brothers jacket thrifted to date. Wish it fit.

 

This is called a sheperds check, right?

 

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Originally Posted by k4lnamja View Post

To the person who bought the 3 piece RLPL navy suit at the Marshall's in SF .... I will hunt you down!! I'm seriously so pissed they sold this when they said they'd hold it for me (1 day).

FML

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Fit Pics (Click to show)

Just kidding, what was it marked down to?

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

So I never knew until today (thanks to that thriftstorerunway site) that this week is National Thrift Week. However this makes perfect sense and explains a whole lot, since my birthday is this week (Saturday). I have been a thrift store shopper since I was about 8 years old, when my grandmother took me to the SA where she worked for the first time.

 

Excited to hit 3 or 4 of my favorite spots back home this weekend.

 

Anyway, I though I would share my birthday card with you all since I know you will get a kick out of it. Given to be by someone who knows me pretty well.

 

 

 

Open Card (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

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Thrift fit.

 

This is my prince charming Hilfiger! The sleeves are a bit too long but it's a casual shirt so I can roll it up! This is tagged L but fits like a M. Can you say high fashion? icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

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As promised to my boy, Troika. Here's the thrift fit of the recent Zegna he hooked me up. Hmmm, it needs a steaming...

 

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Anyone familiar with 1 Like No Other shirts from the UK? This one is hand-numbered as 1 of 500, limited release.

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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Boglioli diffusion. Nice stuff.
I don't think it's diffusion, at least that's what boglioli is saying about the line (like a brand would say a line is diffusion...)
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

COAT is Boglioli's casual line. Boglioli makes ETRO's suits/jackets.
More like this, after spending some time lurking various threads on various forums, I'm actually more confused than when I started. I think COAT does more traditional SCs, whereas K is their washed/distressed line
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You know that's a a Boglioli, right?!?! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Oh hell yes. The seller had listed on the brand portion "COAT", and was obviously interested as to what I had to say because, well, I'm a terrible liar and you can read me like a book so when I very excitedly came up to the counter he had a lot to ask about the maker. Pics:



Check out the fabric, totally not visibile until you're breathing on it.




Shout to GMMcL for telling me to memorize the HOF thread the other day, definitely came in handy in a cell phone dead zone. The only problem I have with it is, well, the height of the notches. Do any of you remember PTO's lapel gorge height guide (http://putthison.com/post/23483570213/consider-the-gorge-trends-are-a-funny-thing)? Um, yes, these definitely are in the Higher - Ridiculous range.

other pick up:

google image search for "spoo signal" since I don't have it saved shog[1].gif






This is much nicer than photos seem to be able to show - the stripes are woven open, they look more like they are crocheted than anything else, so the stripes on the shirt are essentially vents. Awesome. little tiny open woven grandmother blankets to keep you cool on a hot summers day.
post #60460 of 119084

I dig the Samuelsohn there - looks great!  Shame it is only a 41R.. or shame that I'm a 44L.. :)

 

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Originally Posted by tonylamer View Post

Tweedy Samuelsohn Glen-plaid suit w/ ticket pocket and horn buttons. Heavy winter-weight wool. It's MTM, 41R/35, which is close enough that I can justify spending the $100+ on tailoring. But also available if anyone's interested. 

 

 

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Hello SF, Please excuse the pics, I think my Baby is teething. So I have to Rush to do everything these days.

Some are thrifted, some on consignment, and some are from Pasadena CA. Yard sales 

I just picked up some more poop, LOL tongue.gif

 

 

 

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Edited by 2010Greek - 1/17/13 at 7:30pm
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Hello SF, Please excuse the pics, I think my Baby is teething. So I have to Rush to do everything these days.
Some are thrifted, some on consignment, and some are from Pasadena CA. Yard sales 


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Damnit, thought I was all cool for versace/boglioli and then this. What an amazing haul icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifdrool.gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifdrool.gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifdrool.gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifdrool.gif
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Thinking about the earlier posts about wooden hangers:  

 

I was wandering through a thrift store today and came across a number of these unusual contraptions - Italian made wooden trousers hangers.  I suppose the felt is to keep wood stain from bleeding onto the fabric?  Never seen these before, but the engineer in me kind of digs it.  Anyone ever use these?  Do you put the cuffs in the "clamp" or do you fold them in half and leave an inch of material above the clamp to avoid unsightly creases?

 

post #60464 of 119084
Yea, I was going to post something, but I think I'll wait until the dust settles.
post #60465 of 119084

Holy cow.. that is stinkin' amazing (poop reference intended).  Hoping that some of those are a 44L... :)

 

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Originally Posted by 2010Greek View Post

Hello SF, Please excuse the pics, I think my Baby is teething. So I have to Rush to do everything these days.

Some are thrifted, some on consignment, and some are from Pasadena CA. Yard sales 

I just picked up some more poop, LOL tongue.gif

 

 

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