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post #69061 of 124767
That looks like GFT Gruppo to me, not Vestimenta I'm afraid.
post #69062 of 124767
I once found a CKC item (womens jacket, so I didn't buy it) and it said "Vestimenta" right on the content tag.
post #69063 of 124767
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Just want to send a shout out to elev8rz for the PRL Madras shorts. They fit perfect... I won't post a thrift fit in deference to those of you who are easily offended.

Please do! I am a madras freak. I have madras shorts, pants, hoping for a deal on a madras SC to come through too. My pride and joy is a PRL madras harrington I found last fall that I never got a chance to wear before the snows came. And now spring is here at last... nod[1].gif
post #69064 of 124767

Another find from today's quick run after work. Dunhill carry-on bag. Made in Italy. Really thick pebbled grain leather. One of the shoulder strap hooks was strangely missing, having been cleanly removed. No worries though, still quite functional.

 

post #69065 of 124767
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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

huge shout out to nat and dexconstruct, timmy, aglose and whoever else I forgot, I am now up to my ears in awesome things, shell aldens, cashmere hackett sweater with elbow patches, bb extra slim shirt, prl khaki blazer with throat latch, some thug nasty incotex in the perfect preppy color, shetland sweater, clarks desert boots, a sweet harris tweed, and a bunch of other things I can't remember off the top of my head... 
YA'LL ROCK AND YOUR PACKAGES WILL BE OUT (WITH EXTRAS) TOMORROW AFTER SCHOOL

I'm just happy you liked the shoes man. smile.gif wear them til they die then resole them and wear them some more.
post #69066 of 124767
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Originally Posted by brianG View Post

Another find from today's quick run after work. Dunhill carry-on bag. Made in Italy. Really thick pebbled grain leather. One of the shoulder strap hooks was strangely missing, having been cleanly removed. No worries though, still quite functional.



holy fuck thats nice.
post #69067 of 124767

Allen Edmonds Comfort Casuals 8.5EEE

 

 

 

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Crockett & Jones for Brooks Brothers/Peal Co Chelsea Boots for the Ladies.....9.5B

 

 

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Crockett & Jones for Brooks Brothers/Peal Co Suede Kilties - 11D 

 

 

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Assorted Bows and Cummerbunds

 

 

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Bruno Magli Medallion Toe - 10M

 

 

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Hickey Freeman for Burberry London - 40R 32/32

 

 

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Church's Consul - 8.5F (9 D - I think)

 

 

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Corneliani Tie

 

 

Ferragamo Croc Flats for the Ladies

 

 

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Hanover Shell PTBs 13 D/B - Need resoling.

 

 

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Two HF Ties

 

 

 

Mezlan Spectators - 9.5M

 

 

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DB Sport Coat with cool POW buttons - 39R-39L

 

 

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HS Trask Loafers - 10M

 

 

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Edited by capnwes - 4/17/13 at 8:57pm
post #69068 of 124767
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Originally Posted by eddievddr10 View Post

Quick stop today just a partenopea suit

Whoa, talk about a humble brag.
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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

huge shout out to nat and dexconstruct, timmy, aglose and whoever else I forgot, I am now up to my ears in awesome things, shell aldens, cashmere hackett sweater with elbow patches, bb extra slim shirt, prl khaki blazer with throat latch, some thug nasty incotex in the perfect preppy color, shetland sweater, clarks desert boots, a sweet harris tweed, and a bunch of other things I can't remember off the top of my head... 
YA'LL ROCK AND YOUR PACKAGES WILL BE OUT (WITH EXTRAS) TOMORROW AFTER SCHOOL

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Today was slow. Found this pair of Aldens in an 11 B (available). Also, if anyone has a need for boy's clothing (ages 2-4 years old), let me know. Picked up a bunch of high-end Euro boutique clothing (Papo d' Anjo, Petit Bateau, Jacadi Paris, etc) in those sizes.


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post #69069 of 124767
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Originally Posted by brianG View Post

Another find from today's quick run after work. Dunhill carry-on bag. Made in Italy. Really thick pebbled grain leather. One of the shoulder strap hooks was strangely missing, having been cleanly removed. No worries though, still quite functional.



Just some NWOT Cucinellis and an incredibly awesome Dunhill bag? Boring!
post #69070 of 124767

Popped a bunch of cherries the last couple days. 

 

First, anyone recognize this tag? Found it on a cool pair of pants. 

 

 

 

Brooks Brothers Loro Piana trousers 

 

 

 

 

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Jack Victor LP jacket 

 

 

 

 

 

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Zanella unicorns. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Perfect for summer Dunhill linen/rayon shirt. Has single link cuffs with button-links. Never seen that before. 

 

 

 

 

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Sweet rag & bone dress shirt with antiqued metal buttons 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The silkiest smooth Sulka tie ever. 

 

 

 

NWT Antique Wash Peter Millar khakis 

 

 

 

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Zegna wool sweater 

 

 

 

 

 

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RLBL sweater 

 

 

 

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Gucci tie 

 

 

KILLER bespoke seersucker jacket from a Hong Kong tailor. Peak lapel DB, with amazing buttons, surgeon's cuffs, all handsewn. It's about a 38, one of you guys needs this for summer. 

 

 

 

 

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Magli tan medallion bluchers

 

 

 

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Artioli black captoes. 

 

 

 

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This is my second huge haul of Corneliani for PRL pants. This time it was 9 pairs, in black, tan, gray, and a sweet wool/cashmere windowpane check. All double pleated and 38 waist. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I got REALLY lucky on this one. Didn't recognize the label but I picked it up for the nice LP cashmere/wool fabric. Turns out it was made by ISAIA, and its minty with all the pockets sewn shut. Blue windowpane check. 

 

 

 

 

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Saw this tag inside the jacket....what does it say? 

 

 

Flip it over....

 

 

Unfortunately its a weird jacket. Looks like a tux, DB with peak lapels, unvented, etc. But the lapels are self-faced and the buttons are plastic. Still stoked on my first Kiton. 

 

 

 

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Fortunately there was some more traditional formalwear in the store. 

 

 

Bijan tux in perfect condition. Wool/mohair blend with satin peak lapels, DB, satin covered buttons, unvented. Beautiful. 

 

 

 

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post #69071 of 124767
DAFUQ

Amazing haul.
post #69072 of 124767
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

DAFUQ

Amazing haul.

Location: AZ

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Need to get back in the game...

Also, dex, I hope you didn't forget to use your 20% April coupon teacha.gif
post #69073 of 124767
I have recently moved to Orlando, and the thrifts here are some of the driest I have ever seen, nothing like Oregon. It doesn't help that my thrifting protégé sent me a picture of his latest finds from the goodwill by my old house.

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Rogan silk/cotton blend selvedge

post #69074 of 124767
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Originally Posted by Friskydingo View Post

I have recently moved to Orlando, and the thrifts here are some of the driest I have ever seen, nothing like Oregon. It doesn't help that my thrifting protégé sent me a picture of his latest finds from the goodwill by my old house.
 

I think with larger cities you have to contend with more flippers.

Same here in NY, never anything decent, grabbed up, gotta go all the time.

post #69075 of 124767
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Originally Posted by Friskydingo View Post

I have recently moved to Orlando, and the thrifts here are some of the driest I have ever seen, nothing like Oregon. It doesn't help that my thrifting protégé sent me a picture of his latest finds from the goodwill by my old house. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I live a couple hours south of Orlando, and admittedly I don't know the landscape up there at all. I've thrifted in all of South FL from Miami to Palm Beach, and then Naples and Tampa, but never Orlando. I'll be interested in seeing what you come up with.
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