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This is the JAB by Zegna suit I picked up for a thrift regular. If it dosnt fit him and it fits another regular, PM me with interest.

 

Its actually a few shades darker then the pictures but I took them in natural light so it washed out the color a little. Very subtle pinstripe.

 

 

 

Tagged Size     50L
Chest (pit to pit)     26.00"
Shoulder (seam to seam)     22.00"
Arm (shoulder seam to cuff)     26.50"
Length (BOC to Hem)     32.50"
Waist (laid flat)     21.00"
Inseam (crotch to cuff)     31.00" (2.75" let out cuff)
Cuff Height (height of cuff)     1.375
Cuff Width (width at cuff)  10"
Front Rise (waist to crotch)   13.75"

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Report from the field.

After an extended hiatus, I will be reclaiming my throne as the cufflink king!
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Oxxford cashmere sport coat



HF Flight coat

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Few things from my recent travels.

 

The availables:

 

Canali grey/black SC - 52 R

 

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p2p - 22
Sleeve - 25
Length - 31
Shoulders - 19

 

Brooks Brothers light green glenplaid SC - 45 R

 

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p2p - 24
Sleeve - 24.5
Length - 31.5
Shoulders - 20

 

Gianni Versace black one-button SC -

 

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p2p - 24
Sleeve - 24
Length - 30.5
Shoulders - 21.5

 

Samuelsohn brown houndstooth SC - 46 L

 

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p2p - 23
Sleeve - 26.5
Length - 33
Shoulders - 20.5


And probably for eBay unless someone really wants it.

 

Yohji Yamamoto Costume D'Homme houndstooh suit, size L

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Yeah, so this was not found at a thrift store or discount store, but it was on sale and is quite possibly the oldest piece of Brooks Brothers posted on the thread, so fuck it.

 

Super Vintage Brooks Brothers Traditional Fox Hunt Master's Pinque Coat. About a size 36...Needs a little love. 

 

 

 

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That thing is so bad ass
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Driving through Idaho, spotted this from the freeway. Immediately pulled off smile.gif

Some Bill's Khakis M3s for $7...though size 26.
Edited by ChetB - 3/3/13 at 2:23pm
post #64990 of 112461

Nothing a toothpick and a qtip couldn't fix.
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Some cool brogues, and they fit me well. Any info on Ducker & Son?

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Yeah, so this was not found at a thrift store or discount store, but it was on sale and is quite possibly the oldest piece of Brooks Brothers posted on the thread, so fuck it.

Super Vintage Brooks Brothers Traditional Fox Hunt Master's Pinque Coat. About a size 36...Needs a little love. 






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Holy shit!!!!!!!! If that were a 38, I'd be flooding your inbox. nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by DanM View Post

Pics from today's haul.  First some backstory - I had no intentions of going thrifting today.  The plan was to photograph auctions, prep listings, and try to get through the pile of inventory that has buried my drafting table.  The wife says we should go out for a bit, as we're expecting a big bill for repairing a damaged macbook.

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First up Allen Edmonds Graysons.  They appear barely worn, just have some thrift filth on them to clean off.  These came from my last stop of the day.




At our first stop, I'm not even looking at shoes.  I've picked up some really nice slacks and dress shirts at this shop, but the shoes are always crazy overpriced.  My wife doesn't realize this, picks up a couple of pair, and asks my opinion.  First some Brooks Brothers made in England.   Definitely seen some wear, but serviceable.  Any idea who the maker is?







And then there were these.  Kim remembered me saying something about a "John Lobb" and thought she should grab them.  Nearly shat myself right there.  Again, these have definitely seen some wear, but at an investment of $7.20 plus sales tax, how could I say no?













Several Paul Stuart polos for myself.  Made in China, but they all have MOP buttons and feel pretty well constructed.




Nice Facconable Polo.




First Dunhill anything I've ever seen, oldest Brooks Brothers tie I've come across (self tipped, made in England) and a pretty cool Polo madras.







Bills Khakis and hands down the oldest Incotex I've ever seen.




Polo made in Italy by Corneliani 100% Flax, Paul Stuart.




Orvis for myself, flat front Zanellas.




First Trafalgar belt I've found at a decent price.




Couple of Brooks Brothers casual belts.




Oh, and right after we get back the Apple store calls to say they managed to fix the computer after all, free of charge.  Win!

And to think, I didn't even want to go thrifting today!

Wow, nice looking Lobbs! Those are the John Lobb Londons and possibly bespoke, if I remember correctly. Anyway, congrats, it's an awesome find!


I found a couple of things over the weekend, but thought this one was a great jacket. Sorry for the terrible lighting, it really is like the color of grass. It's a 90/10, wool/silk Austin Reed by Chester Barrie (99.9% sure). From the looks of it, very recent.

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AppleMark

I just wanted to add that I typed this out and didn't hit submit....so this has been sitting here for a couple of hours. shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Yeah, so this was not found at a thrift store or discount store, but it was on sale and is quite possibly the oldest piece of Brooks Brothers posted on the thread, so fuck it.

Super Vintage Brooks Brothers Traditional Fox Hunt Master's Pinque Coat. About a size 36...Needs a little love.  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
We should sell these together:
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Exactly 0 stores this weekend.

But I should be posting pics of the two vintage suits later tonight. They're really quite well cut and quite well made. But for the bell bottoms.

Meantime, here's a casual thrift fit:
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Battistoni via CSoukoulis
PRL
RLPL
Talbott (I think) square via Spoo
Simon Miller
Coach belt
Alden suede
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We should sell these together:
photo IMG_0617_zps13ec3fde.jpg Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
photo IMG_0618_zpsc64a5e46.jpgphoto IMG_0619_zps579aae46.jpgphoto IMG_0620_zps1e912e56.jpgphoto IMG_0621_zps1c81e4f5.jpgphoto IMG_0622_zps55cb657a.jpgphoto IMG_0623_zps4dfdb1f1.jpgphoto IMG_0624_zps72470063.jpgphoto IMG_0625_zpsdc1adad8.jpgphoto IMG_0626_zpsdd4e9b6e.jpgphoto IMG_0627_zps5ccea401.jpg

 

Wait...did you just find that???

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