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post #64021 of 110590
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Originally Posted by jkidd41011 View Post

Was clearing stuff out today and finally got around to taking some pictures. If anyone is in the 42-44 range, I've got two really nice vintage overcoats:

Cashmere that is P2P 23.5"


Available for cost plus shipping...or if you have something to trade let me know.


Ooohhhh props to Toledo, oh

My parents dressed me in clothes from the Lion store at the westgate and southwyck malls.
post #64022 of 110590

Haven't thrifted much this week as I was saving available cash for a local online estate auction ending tonight.... which went way out of my range, and probably out of profitability.  Still, that vintage Brooks suede and shearling coat would have been awesome... and my size.... frown.gif

 

 

post #64023 of 110590
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Originally Posted by LooknGr8 View Post

Ooohhhh props to Toledo, oh

My parents dressed me in clothes from the Lion store at the westgate and southwyck malls.

My home town. Sadly, neither of the those malls are there anymore. Southwyck is just a big open area.
post #64024 of 110590
Crazy ass PRL slicker, any idea on the age? It's feels like a life raft.


post #64025 of 110590
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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post

Allusions to China in the context of the so-called free market are apt, not because of China's political and economic innerworkings (e.g. how industry works within the country) but, instead, in relation how the country positions its domestic production relative to the rest of world. This is where the notion that the free market, somehow, has the ability to self-legislate comes apart. If costs are indeed the driver of self-correction (and lets not kid ourselves, they are), there's no viable mechanism to protect dramatic economic inequities (and all the problematic things that accompany them, like complete climate destruction) that emerge on a global level. People who run countries like China have no interest in allowing development - they capitalize on our naive belief that markets fix things without allowing things to actually be fixed (e.g. labor, ecological practice, political culture, whatever) for obvious and self-serving reasons. I'm not arguing for what you call a "planned economy," just pointing out that this continued ideological reverence for the free-market's seemingly magical (and wholly unobservable, I might add) power to create systems of stability and growth skirts the fact that people working collectively, not markets, fix things. Capitalism exists by necessity and it's a fine enough system provided we break away from the black & white narrative that it needs to exist without limitation.

If I keep staring at this, will I see a sailboat? puzzled.gif
post #64026 of 110590
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

Crazy ass PRL slicker, any idea on the age? It's feels like a life raft.



Best guess? Late '70s, early '80s, likely the latter part of that. A really cool find!
post #64027 of 110590
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If I keep staring at this, will I see a sailboat? puzzled.gif

Close, a lion. Stare at the middle and let your eyes go blurry. See it??
post #64028 of 110590

Yo, anybody got some cool tweed lying around?

Maybe a coat that has nice fabric, but is otherwise unwearable due to holes or dimensions?

Anyone know how to sew?

Let's get together and make a bunch of these.
post #64029 of 110590
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Yo, anybody got some cool tweed lying around? Maybe a coat that has nice fabric, but is otherwise unwearable due to holes or dimensions? Anyone know how to sew? Let's get together and make a bunch of these.

Sadly I've got some I'm getting ready to redonate due to missed holes.
post #64030 of 110590
Don't do it...make a crazy coat instead! (I just saw a vest like this...for $250 plain.gif )
post #64031 of 110590
Quick question...does anyone have any madras (bleeding or otherwise) ties laying around? I'm about to buy one, but if someone here has something, I'd rather pay you.
post #64032 of 110590
Dudes, I found a Crombie Chesterfield today. Double breasted, peak lapel, charcoal herringbone with a velvet collar, in a 38R. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Fits like a fucking glove. The wife's out of town with the computer again so no pics until Sunday night, but let me tell you, it's awesome! nod[1].gif
post #64033 of 110590
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Originally Posted by csoukoulis View Post

who cares if people sell shit on ebay.....they put in the work to find it, its their prerogative.

 

Yeah, I mean, some people here are lawyers. No way thrifting Robert Graham is worse than that.

 

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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post


if by "glorious" you mean rapidly facilitating fractious and irreparable geopolitical strife while encouraging the wanton and complete destruction of our environment, then yes, i agree, the free market is indeed glorious.


My initial thought when I saw this post was, "Oh hey look, this is happening." But man, I couldn't have prepared for the torrent that came afterward. But that's OK, it's not like it's a men's clothing forum or anything. And now, after scrolling (notice I didn't say "reading") all however many useless pages of this debate, all I can think is:

 

post #64034 of 110590
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Originally Posted by jkidd41011 View Post

My home town. Sadly, neither of the those malls are there anymore. Southwyck is just a big open area.

Jkidd, if you make it up here, lemme know. We'll hit the thrifts and record stores!
post #64035 of 110590
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Dudes, I found a Crombie Chesterfield today. Double breasted, peak lapel, charcoal herringbone with a velvet collar, in a 38R. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Fits like a fucking glove. The wife's out of town with the computer again so no pics until Sunday night, but let me tell you, it's awesome! nod[1].gif

Nice....I think Crombie is highly underrated.
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