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Also, anyone finds a Schott Perfecto or similar to fit a 40-42 chest (probably tagged size 44-46), holla atchaboy. I've been itching for one to wear when I ride my Harley. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by mhtcjt37 View Post

I would wear this.

Me too.

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Originally Posted by LooknGr8 View Post

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this is not a brag

this is not a thrift fit pic

this is a thank you to my thread brethren for teaching me what is good, what looks like crap, what is a bargain, what isn't.

My family takes a cellphone portrait every Easter. It seems to be the only time when we all are dressed up at the same time, and we mark the years here. Practically all the clothes in this shot were thrifted/outlet/flea market. Posted on FB, 15 likes in a few hours (excellent for me, hah).

THat's a canali jacket for me. H-F tie. Florsheim 2-tone brown loafers. My son's clothes...damn beanpole. I buy him RL stuff and he grows out of it in 5 minutes. She did get him dress socks for the pic but he grabbed white ankle socks at last minute hahahahaha killing the pic.

 

But otherwise...it's pretty good (her skirt came from my crazee San Jose run last spring...and that's a cashmere sweater under the jacket...)

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A lovely family! What? Family brag! No dogs?! San Jose, CA or SJ Mexico?

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Not sure if this Lanvin is any good, but it is definitely not as bad at the other stuff I have come across, they always have said New York on them.

Wool/Cash blend, fully canvassed, lined pants, made in Italy. 

 

 

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Licensed Lanvin but made in Italy?! Should sell! Mofos don't know the difference!

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

PM me if you need anything and (i know, ordinarily uncouth to ask, but) your size.
Already covered, including what she's looking for. A couple days ago in the thread.
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Originally Posted by LooknGr8 View Post

Brian effing Sipe? Where's Steve DeBerg and Dave Krieg? Heh.


Dave Krieg was a great quarterback. You try playing behind the Seattle line of the late 70s, early 80s, before they signed Curt Warner.
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Also, anyone finds a Schott Perfecto or similar to fit a 40-42 chest (probably tagged size 44-46), holla atchaboy. I've been itching for one to wear when I ride my Harley. smile.gif

You have a Harley? I would not have imagined. You seem more a foreign make. And I say that as someone who disdains Harleys.
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Originally Posted by dexconstruct View Post

LONG day of thrifting. 

 

Shirts, Sweaters, Shoes (Click to show)

 

Cool ESF BB sports shirt. 

 

 

 

 

 

My first Willis and Geiger. 

 

 

 

 

 

Super soft Brioni sweater. 

 

 

 

 

PRL Script label estate contrast collar, for the small guys. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Couple of Canali button-downs. 

 

 

 

A black dress shirt (boo! hiss!) from Pink. 

 

 

Sick Hackett cashmere sweater w/ suede elbow patches.

 

 

 

Orvis half-zip with leather zipper. 

 

 

 

 

 

Burberry shirt in a cool houndstooth. 

 

 

 

Paul Stuart butcher stripe. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H-F gingham for a big dude. 

 

 

  

 

Vintage spectators...can anyone tell who made these? They need a little TLC but they were too cool to pass up. 

 

 

 

 


Vintage BB blazer stripe. 

 

 

 

 

Pants, Ties (Click to show)

Zanella cords. 

 

 

 

 

Flat front BB wool pants. 

 

 

 

 

 

Surprisingly soporific Etro tie. 

 

 

 

Outerwear (Click to show)

 

 

 

Vintage PRL crazy jacket. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roundtree and Yorke suede.

 

 

 

 

Patagonia synchilla. Good pick up? 

 

 

 

Super cool vintage 100% cashmere overcoat. 

 

 

 

 

 

Two Bogner jackets...hoping these were a good pick-up.

 

 

 

Is this the Gerry I'm looking for? 

 

 

 

Sports Coats, Vests (Click to show)

 

 

Sweet Faconnable suede vest. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facconable made in Italy (Cantarelli?) wool/silk. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Southwick 3/2 sack blazer. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BEAUTIFUL Oxxford navy blue staple orphan. Came from a newly opened Goodwill, so I'll be hunting for the pants. I think it can easily be blazerized if I can't find them.

 

 

 

 

BB boys blazer w/ LORO PIANA for some spoiled ass kid. Or maybe one of the tiny dudes might be interested. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dunn and Co. Harris Tweed. 

 

 

 

 

Belvest wool/cashmere jacket with cool buttons. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The highlight of the day. PRL made in Italy CRAZY suede sportscoat. It's got Surgeon's cuffs, hacking pockets + ticket pocket, pick-stitching everywhere, throat latch, dual vents, slim lapels, and it is HEAVY as fuck. 100% goat suede. Only available if you have something awesome. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nice haul!

 

Which leads me to this question: What is the consensus on Hackett? At one point I thought it was up there with the Savile Row/nicer Jermyn Street stuff, but it doesn't seem to do great on the bay. Jackets seem to be fused too, so what's the deal?

 

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Is this real? It was an ugly 4 button front thing. The 0% Polyester / 100% wool part made me wonder.

 

Fakety fake fake fake. Been seeing quite a few of those things popping up lately for some reason.

 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Be careful with 'NWOT' if you are thinking that due to the basted vent....I laugh when I see it but I would say 10% of people don't take out the vent basting especially if it is a dark or matching color thread.

 

No joke, until I came to SF I had the back vent of my (Banana Republic) overcoat still basted shut for about a year. 

 

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Not sure if this Lanvin is any good, but it is definitely not as bad at the other stuff I have come across, they always have said New York on them.

Wool/Cash blend, fully canvassed, lined pants, made in Italy. 

 

 

 

 

I'd say real but really old. Don't super ancient Canali tags like that?

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Originally Posted by jkidd41011 View Post


Neither of them played for the Browns

Would love to have a 19 Kosar Jersey

 

Not a big fan of Kosar as a person (I went to school with his kids for a brief period), but definitely a fan of his creation and contribution to the Dolphins known famously as the "fake spike":

 

 

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Q: I was wondering if you could give your account of the famous “Fake-spike” play from the Dolphins game against the Jets in 1994 as I know you suggested the play. I was in attendance that day and seeing the Dolphins shut up those Jets fans was one of my all-time favorite sports moments. Darryl Jacobsen, Hazlet, NJ

 

A: “What’s interesting with that . . . not to be cocky but I have an NFL record with 489 yards passing in a playoff game and it was against the Jets in 1986. That was the first time we had run the clock play. But they ended up having it covered. Then for it to come back 10 years later was something special. I basically carried it with me in Cleveland, Dallas and then explaining it to Coach [ Don] Shulaand Gary Stevens in Miami. They put it in the Dolphins’ system. Dan Marino, myself and Gary Stevens had worked and practiced it all year during our two-minute drills. The timing for it was just perfect during that game. That was the first year, I think, that teams used headsets. So I was wired in on the headset to Marino during the game and we saw that Mark Ingram was on a rookie cornerback. So I called it in. It’s one thing to call it . . . I’m kind of proud for conceptually coming up with it years ago, but nobody throws that fade pass any better than Marino.”

 

 

 

Also, I am not positive, but that Brown jersey may not be authentic. They are faked CONSTANTLY, and those numbers look just a bit off. I am not familiar with the browns gear though, so I am nowhere near qualified to make a call.

 

I know I have been absent lately. Lots of stuff to do. Did find a few average finds, and will post pics when more time presents itself.

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Originally Posted by DeadBoy View Post

I'd say real but really old. Don't super ancient Canali tags like that?

Oh shit! Canali Milano has the same tag!

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So much about that just screams fake as shit.  Weird to see tailored pieces faked, and even to go so far as to (shittily) replicate the content tag.

 

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Originally Posted by ilikethelights View Post



Is this real? It was an ugly 4 button front thing. The 0% Polyester / 100% wool part made me wonder.
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Originally Posted by almosthandsome View Post

Easter thrift-fit, and a special one at that: this morn was the first time in two months I was able to wear "nice" clothes. It's been sweat pants or shorts and sneakers a full size too big with elastic laces since my accident ffffuuuu.gif

 

Happy Easter!

 

 

Ben Silver Blazer

Old School BB Makers

Polo Handmade

Nordstrom Trou

Vintage Cole Haan Captoes

 

Wow! I like that tie! You pull it off very well! Looking good!

 

 

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Originally Posted by Nataku
 
Excellent finds, as always! Love Breuer stuff. very under-rated. That Breuer shirt is beautiful!

 

I will agree with you. Breuer doesn't get enough love on this thread. I purchased that shirt specifically to point that out! Lol. Oh, and I knew someone would want it!

 

 

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker
 
I like your presence on here, really. Breath of fresh air.

Do you ever look for clothes for yourself? I find tons of womens stuff... PM me if you need anything and (i know, ordinarily uncouth to ask, but) your size.

 

Praise again, eh? First my Campagna comment, now this?! Wow! I must be doing something right! Lol. I sometimes look for clothes in thrifts, but alot of times, it's mainly "granny" styles I find. Quite depressing. No 29 year old wants to wear granny clothes! Bah! I'll take you up on your offer. PM you soon!


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That whole forum: uhoh.gif
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Lol. It's like a preschool full of noobs.

The capitalist in me believes there may be a market for shitty CD ties in that room.
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