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 Can you define ancient? Everything I'm finding online suggests 2000's (maybe 90s?). Is that actually ancient?

Definitely 90s, not 2000s.
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Is there a Brianpore signal?...
Must. Resist. Hervé. Villechaize. Reference. "De plane! De plane!"
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... Vintage J&M Crown Aristocraft jodphurs. (Click to show)


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And a sweet glen plaid PRL spread collar in my size.

... IIRC, Dig was looking for a pair, so get at him....

nod[1].gif 10.5 D seems to work best for me in a closed shoe or boot. Keep me in mind! nod[1].gif
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Recent finds. 

 

Croc loafers from Neiman Marcus. Anyone have an idea on the maker? 

 

 

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1940s overcoat w/ removable liner

 

 

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Pendleton fur collared jacket. 

 

 

 

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Harris Tweed overcoat 

 

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Found a bunch of nice shirts in one store. 

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Awesome Hickey Freeman raincoat 

 

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^The crocs look like Mezlan to me.
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^The crocs look like Mezlan to me.

 

+1, although I am admittedly not good at this stuff.

 

My Shades of Greige Finds from Yesterday (all Large/Mediums that fit like slim Mediums)

 

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Navy Blue Windbreaker w/ Hidden Hood

 

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Black Windbreaker w/ Removable Hood

 

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Single Breasted Short Trench

 

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Peacoat

 

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Badass Overcoat w/ Buckled Throat Latch (N/A - even though I realize the chances of me wearing this in LA are pretty slim)

 

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And this DB Raincoat from Gilded Age

 

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Then here I though, "that sounds like a name I heard on one o' them intertumblers", then I thought "Made In China", and passed. Are these any good?

I think Frank and Oak is one of those online, quasi #menswear type deals where everything is like 50 bucks or less.
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Some cool stuff recently. All N/A at the moment.

 

Ties:

Pendleton, no label silk knit, NWT PRL, RLPL, RLPL

 

 

NWOT Filson boots:

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So glad I did a quick lunchtime stop as I found 4 Hermes ties (2 with minor stains which I'm fairly sure will come out). Pix to come later. Probably only found 3 Hermes ties b4 in my thrifting career.

Also, this particular thrift is kinda small and not affiliated with anybody like veterans or GW. However, it was crazy busy. I should have known since there were no available carts when I walked in. In addition, there was no special "sale" or anything. Maybe white tags for 50% off so that was nothing special. They rotate the colors and the color on sale is the stuff they put out like weeks ago. Anyway, I'm thinking that the flippers got tipped off that they had just gotten a load in. I only found the ties, though.
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My personal find for the day, linen:

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Do as you please, but I would not sell those. Set Karma aside, if your CEO finds out you took his generosity and turned it to profit, I suspect he won't react well. (I suppose there's a small chance he'll promote you for your capitalistic spirit, but my guess is he'll get bent you made a profit on items he intended people to use.
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This was tagged as a men's blazer, but I probably should have picked it up, right?

 

 

 

 

 

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I came across 3-4 light blue ascot chang shirts in a size 17 and 3 Ferre blazers in a size 36, but I left them all in store because they dont fit. Are those actually flippable? Should I go back and get them?

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Do as you please, but I would not sell those. Set Karma aside, if your CEO finds out you took his generosity and turned it to profit, I suspect he won't react well. (I suppose there's a small chance he'll promote you for your capitalistic spirit, but my guess is he'll get bent you made a profit on items he intended people to use.

I made sure I asked his secretary if he was okay with it, she's the person who gave them to me to sell for her (splitting the $ with her). From what I hear, he's done it in the past and the shirts just sit there forever and nobody takes them. There might be 4 people in the office that would recognize those brands, myself and him included and the others are very well-off financially.
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Today's finds,
Collapsible light box


BB summer weight gun check, made in Italy, soooo wish this was my size, 44L, available.


Another BB summer guncheck, triple patch pockets. So sick. Tentatively dibbed.



And another first for me, Nom De Guerre hooded toggle cardigan. Made in Japan.

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