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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Page 4643post #69631 of 1387284/26/13 at 6:22pmpost #69632 of 1387284/26/13 at 6:33pmpost #69633 of 1387284/26/13 at 6:40pm
Took my monthly pilgrimage to a fave spot that's a 4-hour drive...usually worth it, but not always. Here's most, but not all, of what I grabbed today (all unavailable). This stuff is not from a thrift store - it's a resale shop that usually has a lot of regular stuff and occasionally some nice stuff...and they price it accordingly but every so often they under-price things, and when they do, I grab it.
Two Saddlers Union card cases, made in Italy (natch) with original Barneys New York price tags showing $210 retail. Stuffed into a way-too-big Saddlers Union bag for some reason.
Brooks Brothers reversible (?) bucket hat.
NWT Burberry Brit silk tie, made in England.
Duchamp silk tie.
Trio of NWT Tyrwhitt silk ties.
NWOT Dolce & Gabbana tie.
Paul Smith tie.
Odd one - "Princeton Class of 1941" tie.
NWT Etro tie.
NWT Robert Graham long sleeve shirt.
NWT Brooks Brothers short sleeve Irish linen shirt.
Brooks Brothers 1818 Madison blazer, of Ing. Loro Piana fabric.
Alfred Dunhill blazer, made in Italy.
Southwick blazer for Norton Ditto.
Jack Victor blazer.
The deal of the year (for me). Movado Vizio watch, in case, with box and manual (no tags, no warranty card). Model 0606082. Retails for $1,995 and I will break with tradition here and let you kind fellows know that I paid $xx (redacted - listing it on eBay shortly) plus tax for it.
Also picked up a very nice Burberry cashmere blend blazer, NWT Arc'teryx shirt, Uniqlo down-filled jacket for myself, down-filled vest for my sister (who wanted one for Xmas but hell if I was going to pay retail for something like that), and a few other things I am forgetting.
Edited by TheNeedMachine - 4/27/13 at 4:31pmpost #69634 of 1387284/26/13 at 7:07pmQuote:Originally Posted by ATLjon
No thrift-thread buying (or otherwise) for me for the foreseeable, I think. We're meeting with a mortgage broker today to "go over our options," which apparently include a sweet no-money-down, no PMI, low interest deal because of I don't know.
Any advice from the homeowners in the crowd?
I bought my house in Acworth about a year ago with 3% down, and a credit score of 770. You can get legit zero-down mortgages but you still pay for that one way or another - obviously at least a bit higher monthly payment. I don't know how you're getting around not paying PMI - it's pretty much standard you'd have to pay private mortgage insurance since you're putting less than 20% down - so that seems iffy to me. The whole mortgage crisis was from folks lending money to people who they never should have - - - they are now lending money again, at low rates - to people with good credit scores, steady employment, and who can afford it, so it's not surprising one can still get a good rate and zero down...it's only the no PMI that seems off to me but maybe things have changed in the last year. My advice: get pre-approved from minimum 2 lenders, maybe 3, and shop for good rates from reputable lenders...not JimBob's Mortgage and Live Bait in Newnan. My brother-in-law is an agent at Coldwell Banker in Douglasville, though he works in other offices as well (Marietta and 1 or 2 others I think - they work where they're needed and what's closest to the property). Million-dollar seller and all that - so - if you need an agent, I don't get a kick-back or anything, and he does right by his clients.
Good luck!post #69635 of 1387284/26/13 at 8:25pmQuote:
Ok....so I lied....again.
I didn't get any pics taken tonight. I did, however, clean up my inventory to be ready for processing items tomorrow. Keep the popcorn hot.post #69636 of 1387284/26/13 at 8:54pmpost #69637 of 1387284/26/13 at 8:56pmpost #69638 of 1387284/26/13 at 9:56pm
so like many lost young souls I started my sartorial journey by searching "menswear blog" and lo and behold I became just another pawn in the conspiracy between dan trepanier and the government to make all of our young men dress like foppish tools. luckily through perseverance and dumb luck I escaped the cult of tsb...
recently I decided to check it out again, it has gotten better many of the looks are ones that would even get you flammed on the wiwt threads for more than a few pages (some are actually quite good *gasp*) one area they have not improved at all in is readers... for instance take a look at the april giveaway
like wtf is this *unh my name is demitri I am about to go do coke off my girlfriends back in the supply closet of forever 21, she made me wear these glasses because she said they make me look like that ryan golstling dude, also check out these shoes I am wearing because I just got off my boat I parked outside, ps my shirt was made out of my grandmas tablecloth*
spoo, eazy, gmmcl, org, and most frequently posting members with access to okay cameras would win that in a heartbeat... (also I was possibly too harsh in the comments section considering I met one of them in real life and am younger than all of them...)post #69639 of 1387284/26/13 at 9:56pmpost #69640 of 1387284/26/13 at 10:02pmQuote:
But then they'd have to be associated with TSB, which is not ideal
Also, I first found styleforum because I used to post on the 4chan fashion board. I guess everybody has their own pathpost #69641 of 1387284/26/13 at 10:06pmpost #69642 of 1387284/26/13 at 10:18pmpost #69643 of 1387284/26/13 at 10:39pm
*creaks slowly into motion to type a post*
what is this noob progression you speak of? bah, humbug!
I actually went out and hit a store or two the other day on a lark, found an RLPL l/s shirt with a tiny hole in the front pocket for 2 bucks. Figure someone will want it.
Someday I'm going to liquidate my sort-of-massive inventory... someday...
Also, I finally got around to doing my shoe update post at long last - I know a lot of you guys don't neccessarily read MC (or didn't) so here's a link - opinions, thoughts, comments, suggestions all welcomed:
*squeaks to a halt as oil in joints runs out*post #69644 of 1387284/26/13 at 10:58pmpost #69645 of 1387284/27/13 at 3:56am
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