Ones Wranglers is anothers Harris Tweeds...
In life it better not to be a "One Trick Pony."
My point was that only about 10% of the items found are worth tailoring.
What I gather from reading through this thread (partially, anyway ) is that I should snag up rare and quality items, even if I don't fit into them. Is this a good idea?
I am new to thrift shopping (and dressing well itself), but did come across a BB 346 line suit jacket today. $15 from what I recall.
Any thoughts on taking up items like this? I definitely don't have the trained eyes that many of you have for good items (and brands).
Thanks for the , but I've had much better luck here w/ trades. I posted this in the hope of continuing.
Could be! I really pay attention to none of that and try to just spread it out. wednesday usually sux as does friday and saturday for me.
If there was a true good day we would all be rich I think.
Maybe it depends on what one is selling, but one day seems to be the same as others. I guess I should examine certain stats on traffic and such.
Hucklecat, Here is my own personal study on this, cross-posted from the ebay thread. These numbers have improved even more since the second study.
Trust me it is worth the switch.
Yes, this beer was actually produced last year for the first time as a replacement for Brown Shugga, because they weren't able to get enough of whatever ingredients they needed. Hence the name Lagunitas Sucks. Public reception was so good they decided to make it a seasonal release. Highly reccomend you drop the $13 and pick up a 6 pack if you see it in your region!
Dont worry, your shirt went out today and I was just being sarcastic.
Did find this today because I actually thrift.....
Someone had to die as this thing is pretty recent and looks almost new (minus the lapel needing to be repressed, like it was stuffed in a closit or something)Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
What size is the jacket and are you going to sell it?