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Tahari for men? Info?
post #64562 of 110513
^^ Expensive and sold at Saks and Nordstrom. Never impressed with the quality. Typical sleek, modern styling. Reminds me of Hugo Boss, Theory, etc. Looks like a sportcoat there - retail was probably around $400.
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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post

Tahari for men? Info?

passed on it yesterday
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Found these,

 

 

 Reverse orphan by the look of it. 

AppleMark

 

AppleMark

Almost got them, but then saw this...

AppleMark

post #64565 of 110513
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post


Really? Seems exactly the kind of thing you counter-cultural hipsters would be after.
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EDIT: Before I start Thread War Three, I'm kidding guys. Chill.

 

All joking aside, does anyone here besides VLSI, caseyfud and acosbysweater ever actually look in SW&D? A quick scroll should be enough to disabuse many of the notions around what's desirable to that crowd (at least, the Styleforum SW&D crowd).

 

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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post

Tahari for men? Info?

 

Crappy quality, pretty ugly, way too expensive. The Tale of the Red in eBay completed listings reflects what that stuff is really worth.

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post #64567 of 110513
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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

I still have the Marantz receiver that my dad bought before I was born (1972). Last week, I saw a Marantz DVD player at the thrift but the combination of inablity to test + didn't appear to be high end = no sale. As for me, I had a braces kind of day:

Five on the left are all Trafalgar, three on the right are BB (sorry for the iPhone pic):


Ace....I think even the low end Marantz stuff is fairly pricey. The cool thing about high end DVD players is they make great CD players.

Love the BB braces....
post #64568 of 110513

Fishy time guys.

 

 

All AVAILABLE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

O HAI... EPIC SOUTHWICK. 42R. Probably one of my top 5 favorite finds ever, and I've found some pretty cool stuff! 

 

 

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BB CUSTOM TAILORED line, Medium gray (yeah my camera sucks) orphan that is just awesome. All the bells and whistles. Flat med gray so it works as a separate.

 

 

 

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Big aquascutum raincoat, 46

 

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HEY! Know what we need? A pair of Ferragamo Tramezza captoes in brown suede! 8D and oh-so-sexy! I came a little when I found these.

 

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Awesome RT That I just couldn't leave

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burberry made in England trench, sans wool liner, still got the nova check awesomeness going on inside. 40R

 

TBNY (Faconnable) Suede loafers, 8D

 

 

 

 

 

 


Canali 17.5

 

BB Madison 46R, Made in Canada, LP Fabric

 

 

 

First Hermes shirt

 

 

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SUP BRO'S






This is my best recent find, actually: the JCrew Light shirt, notable for its, er, light, airy, breathable, summery poplin that belies its dark wintry colorway. Actually mine is grey and clean, without pockets. Posting because yay, it fits! and as a heads up to you SW&D dudes who might want some kind of dark, yet breezy, Damir Doma-ish -type shirt but no way are you paying that kind of money. For srs, though. You don't have to tell anyone it's JCrew.
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So I went back to the spot I found everything yesterday, hopeful I overlooked something. I did.
BoO (n/a)
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BoO x2 (XS)
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and this badass 1948 flight(?) jacket. Does anybody here know anything about vintage military wear? (n/a)
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

SUP BRO'S






This is my best recent find, actually: the JCrew Light shirt, notable for its, er, light, airy, breathable, summery poplin that belies its dark wintry colorway. Actually mine is grey and clean, without pockets. Posting because yay, it fits! and as a heads up to you SW&D dudes who might want some kind of dark, yet breezy, Damir Doma-ish -type shirt but no way are you paying that kind of money. For srs, though. You don't have to tell anyone it's JCrew.

link?

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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

link?

http://bit.ly/XZpokQ

biggrin.gif

Actually, that doesn't work. laugh.gif

Try Google images.
post #64574 of 110513

Hmmm,

 

My first post seems to have gone missing while it was being approved. Should have been a couple of pages back...

 

I'll look again in the morning.

post #64575 of 110513
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Originally Posted by DeadBoy View Post

All joking aside, does anyone here besides VLSI, caseyfud and acosbysweater ever actually look in SW&D? A quick scroll should be enough to disabuse many of the notions around what's desirable to that crowd (at least, the Styleforum SW&D crowd).

Noob does, and barrelntrigger has been posting fits in the WAYWT No Discussion thread, though for some reason I think he might just be lost. But yeah, bowties are definitely a #menswear thing, SW&D isn't really about that.

2slow
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justthrough i'd leave this here

happy exorcising!
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