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post #66826 of 119059

Made it out today and managed to not find anything good that wasn't beat to hell, with the exception of these that are still questionable (right one?). Dark navy, tagged 36, available if anyone's interested.

 

 

post #66827 of 119059
ATLnoob, niiiiice bike. I love them from that vintage. (Favourite movie: On Any Sunday).

And that Harry Rosen is far from home. HR is a national high-end menswear chain in Canada. I often wonder about the backstory of garments that I see in the thrifts or posted here.
post #66828 of 119059
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Originally Posted by FaceOfBoh View Post

ATLnoob, niiiiice bike. I love them from that vintage. (Favourite movie: On Any Sunday).

And that Harry Rosen is far from home. HR is a national high-end menswear chain in Canada. I often wonder about the backstory of garments that I see in the thrifts or posted here.

 

Hey FOB - thanks!  I'd been looking around for a project bike to keep me poor and out of trouble, but decided to just get a turn-key ride-ready bike and avoid the headaches.  Very spur-of-the-moment, but I'm sure I'll be happy with it for a while.

 

I'd heard of Harry Rosen but didn't know they were Canadian; Loro Piana Storm System always pushes my "buy" button and generally means a quick-turn on eBay.

post #66829 of 119059

Some of my better finds from KC:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 2 Paul Stuarts NWT and bottom two are french cuffed. Woolrich is pictured because it's one I finally found in my size that isn't ichy as hell.  BB Country Club shirt is made from Egyptian cotton and is as soft as a baby's bottom. Canali is 100% Linen -- I know I'll be rocking this on the beach someday.  Burberry Black Label (only sold in Japan) has pretty cool detailing.  

 

 

 

Buttons are THICK

 

 

Cotton 3/2 PRL Jacket with surgeon cuffs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RRL Grey SC 43R

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RRL Camelhair SC 42L

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BB 3/2 SC with patch pockets 42L

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BB 3/2 Blazer 44R - DanM has dibs if he wants it 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BB Navy Suit 46L

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finally, this is my most recent purchase with my thrifting funds.  Time to fill this sucker!

 

 

 

What's not pictured: 15-20 shirts (including PRL, BB, Armani, Orvis, Burberry London, Gitman Bros), a few ties (BB x 2 - one pretty cool vintage tie that's a wool silk mix, Robert Talbot x 4, PRL x 3, and a Paul Stuart ), 2 Hugo Boss suits, and an Armani SC.   I know I'm forgetting some, but that's good for now. 


Edited by LeSacre - 3/23/13 at 8:25pm
post #66830 of 119059
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Originally Posted by LeSacre View Post

 

Saw a Lanvin tie today, but I left it behind since it was fugly and didn't see them going for much.

 

 

The ugly one at the GW in OP?

 

And on another note, unless you like it for personal use, the "Ralph Ralph Lauren" coats aren't what you are looking for.

post #66831 of 119059
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Originally Posted by LeSacre View Post

Some of my better finds from KC:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top 2 Paul Stuarts NWT and bottom two are french cuffed. Woolrich is pictured because it's one I finally found in my size that isn't ichy as hell.  BB Country Club shirt is made from Egyptian cotton and is as soft as a baby's bottom. Canali is 100% Linen -- I know I'll be rocking this on the beach someday.  Burberry Black Label (only sold in Japan) has pretty cool detailing.  

 

 

 

Buttons are THICK

 

 

Cotton PRL Jacket with surgeon cuffs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RRL Grey SC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RRL Camelhair SC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BB 3/2 SC with patch pockets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BB 3/2 Blazer - DanM has dibs if he wants it 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BB Navy Suit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finally, this is my most recent purchase with my thrifting funds.  Time to fill this sucker!

 

 

 

Whats not pictured: 15-20 shirts (including PRL, BB, Armani, Orvis, Burberry London, Gitman Bros), a few ties (BB x 2 - one pretty cool vintage tie that's a wool silk mix, Robert Talbot x 4, PRL x 3, and a Paul Stuart ), 2 Hugo Boss suits, and an Armani SC.   I know I'm forgetting some, but that's good for now. 

That Japanese Burberry is an awesome find, while those Ralph RL are not so much...Sorry to say, that is NOT the RRL you are looking for.

post #66832 of 119059
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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

The ugly one at the GW in OP?

 

And on another note, unless you like it for personal use, the "Ralph Ralph Lauren" coats aren't what you are looking for.

Yep, that's the one.  

 

About Ralph Ralph Lauren -- that's what I thought, but then I read somewhere (I think here on SF?) that it was the same. Dang.  Oh well, might still get something out of it...

post #66833 of 119059
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Im a car guy ....
How in God's name do you have time? This thread and hobby has single handedly destroyed any semblance of other time I have.

I dont get to play around with them anymore, but my passion is cars. Saving up for a fun toy when I'm not spending it on clothes biggrin.gif

 

Idk how you do it with kids.

post #66834 of 119059
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Originally Posted by LeSacre View Post

Some of my better finds from KC:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



















Top 2 Paul Stuarts NWT and bottom two are french cuffed. Woolrich is pictured because it's one I finally found in my size that isn't ichy as hell.  BB Country Club shirt is made from Egyptian cotton and is as soft as a baby's bottom. Canali is 100% Linen -- I know I'll be rocking this on the beach someday.  Burberry Black Label (only sold in Japan) has pretty cool detailing.  





Buttons are THICK





Cotton 3/2 PRL Jacket with surgeon cuffs.












RRL Grey SC 43R












RRL Camelhair SC 42L











BB 3/2 SC with patch pockets 42L


















BB 3/2 Blazer 44R - DanM has dibs if he wants it 













BB Navy Suit 46L











good job but i will warn you that gray brooks brothers wool jacket, the quarter lined one, has moth damage
post #66835 of 119059
Note to self: don't go to the thrift store on a weekend when there is a big sale going on. Got a parking ticket for parking in the same spot I always do because there were like 5 cars parked in a clearly posted No Parking Zone. Literally 5 cars in a row parked on the side of a fairly busy side road with a like 3 No Parking signs. The cop probably just thought while he was there he'd get every other questionably parked car as well. baldy[1].gif

In any case, it wasn't all bad. They had a sale going on, all pants (not including jeans) were $1. The sale had it's ups and downs. The ups were that I scored two pairs of flat front Incotex cords for $1 each. The downside was that some clown walked off with the pants for a mint, super recent Samuelsohn Loro Piana fabric glen plaid suit. They were likely separated and with the pants sale going on, they didn't stand a chance of sticking around long enough for me to match them up after finding the jacket. ffffuuuu.gif

Here's what I did find

2 pairs of Incotex flat front cords. Marked 38.





Uniqlo selvedge jeans. Slim straight. Marked 34 x 34





Couple ties



post #66836 of 119059
Waiting in line for an REI used gear sale... Got my eyes on some down. Time for a stay-warm thrift fit.

Mountain Hardwear down (Nataku)
REI Convertible hiking pants (thrift)
REI Wool socks (clearance)
Original Teva sandals (thrift)

post #66837 of 119059
Just say no to socks + sandals

(Good luck at the sale)
post #66838 of 119059
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Originally Posted by ChetBakerSings View Post

Just say no to socks + sandals

(Good luck at the sale)

Hah! I normally don't wear socks, but when the temperature is low 40s and you're sitting around in the shade...
post #66839 of 119059
When the temperature is low 40s and you're sitting around in the shade...it may not be the best day to reach for sandals smile.gif
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