ugh, im hungry for some Thai food now :/
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Not thrifted, but all discounted.
Zegna shirt - NMLC, $45
RLPL Pants - B&S $65
Martin Dingman alligator belt - B&S $100
BabySpoo's Versace dress - eBay, $55
That glass of champagne is more expensive than most of your outfit.
Thanks man, we are already planning on going back there for our 10th anniversary. Besides the 22 hour plane ride, everything else was a piece of cake. Getting from island to island by boat was a real pleasure, the locals were beyond friendly and like I mentioned before, the food was some of the best I've ever had. We would watch the villagers go out at low tide in the evening and collect crabs and such for dinner the next day. Fresh mangos and coconuts picked the same morning! Unbelievable. Basically you drink and eat all day and jump in the ocean when you get too hot.
Hahaha, I'm gonna change my eBay name into you_only_die_once.
Some of the women had pretty interest outfits. But the guys, mehhhhh, weak sauce! A few of our members should get on there to show them how it's done! Like, POW, shit just got real. son!
For starters, I'll nominate Orgetorix. He always has good thrift fits.
Yeah, there's some real fine babes on there!
I may submit a pic of a couple of cool sport coats I have after I get them altered.
(I think you can win money, right?)
We were there in March of last year. Yes I'm wearing a tux and yes I was hot as hell. Not pictured, me wearing nothing but a bow tie and swim trunks shortly after this photo was taken. Ko Yo Yai <-spelling? was the name of the island if I'm not mistaken. Ok, one more,
Wes, my wife's back, I just don't know where the camera is, I'll have pics tomorrow.
This is the closest I have. I took most of the pics on the trip so I am in very few of them.
I did thrift the hoodie for my wife.
Taken at the highest point of the Beartooth Pass leaving Montana into Wyoming on out way to Yellowstone. Elevation 10,947 feet. It was August and I was in shorts and a t-shirt. I don't get cold often, but man it was freezing. High enough altitude that nothing will grow. It was actually snowing by the time we left. I thrifted the whole trip, when we weren't in the park, and mailed the finds home in 3 giant boxes. I paid for the entire week, including air fare and still made some money. At that time I was just venturing into thrifting men's shoes, so most of the stuff I was picking up was cameras and other collectibles. I have never seen so many pairs of cowboy boots in a thrift store....at every thrift store in Billings MT.
I don't believe we've ever seen your thrift fits on here. Care to give us a preview?
^^^ LOL! I went on a short vacation back in Nov. / Dec. and came back to thousands of unread posts... catching up became impossible. I ended up just reading a little here and a little there until I saw that Kiton suit of yours (and in my size) and had to say something.
I also really liked that vintage red sweater with a "W" on it from a week or so ago.
I've just started and have only got three sport jackets that need altering. I did get a pair of loafers last week for $3.99 I like. I'll try to get a good pic of them ASAP.