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Went back. These were actually at thrift prices. 



 



 


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Custom made jacket made by Sartoria Ravazollo. The Loro Piana Cruise Line cashmere/silk fabric on this thing is the most insanely soft fabric I've ever felt. Crazy. An older lady in line with me just started rubbing it and asking what it was made out of. 



 



 



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Brioni cream trousers 



 



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Orvis crazy dog shirt 



 



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RLPL trousers



 





 



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Jil Sander for uniqlo women's shirt, not sure if its worth much



 



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Loro Piana purple dress shirt, store had tagged it "Lord Tiana" 



 



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And then I ran across this clothes rack hanging out near the dumpster behind Marshalls. I was gonna buy one today. 



 



 



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And FYI, if any 46-48Rs are looking for a nice 3/2 sack suit, I left one with this label there. It was a staple pinstripe, and I THINK that the silver label is Martin Greenfield. Anyone know? 



 



 



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That Hand Tailored is the precursor to BB golden fleece. I don't think M. Greenfield had anything to do with it. They were all fully canvassed, if I remember correctly. Will not flip for much. It's one of those brands that ppl here appreciate though (like me).

Oh, Congrats Spoo! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

I have to disagree. I have found a few "silver label" suits and they have all sold pretty well. As mentioned, they are usually made my M. Greenfield although others have made them. You can tell by the interior tag just like looking at a Isaia, Brioni, Kiton by the interior tag. It shows who made the suit. When in good shape I always pick these up to flip.

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Were they really throwing those away out back at Marshalls?
post #70833 of 102697
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

I have to disagree. I have found a few "silver label" suits and they have all sold pretty well. As mentioned, they are usually made my M. Greenfield although others have made them. You can tell by the interior tag just like looking at a Isaia, Brioni, Kiton by the interior tag. It shows who made the suit. When in good shape I always pick these up to flip.

My ebayfu is not so strong. shog[1].gif

I picked a really nice grey hand tailored one a while back . It was in a popular size (38r). Only Eazy messaged me on it. It ended up being too big for him. Man, I wish it fit me. I thought all M. greenfields had his initials inside and this didn't. Ended up going for $50 shipped on the bay frown.gif
post #70834 of 102697
Spoo.



DAS NISE.

Seriously, that's so awesome!
post #70835 of 102697
Damn Spoo, Congrats!!!!!!! Fucking sick! That really is a lot of hard work and dedication. Good for you. As of today, I'm starting a 1969 Camero SS fund. Hopefully in 5-10 years, I'll get to post some pics. biggrin.gif
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Damn Spoo, Congrats!!!!!!! Fucking sick! That really is a lot of hard work and dedication. Good for you. As of today, I'm starting a 1969 Camero SS fund. Hopefully in 5-10 years, I'll get to post some pics. biggrin.gif

No Shit easy... I started working on my 69 a week ago lol
post #70837 of 102697
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No Shit easy... I started working on my 69 a week ago lol

This car is making a 69 fund for me tonight a no brainer rimshot.gifmwink[1].gif
post #70838 of 102697

PLEASE NOTE - NEW SPOO SIGNAL

 

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I had a gt-r fund... which turned into a down-payment-on-a-house-fund... which I just ended up using to buy more clothes peepwall[1].gif

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I had a gt-r fund... which turned into a down-payment-on-a-house-fund... which I just ended up using to buy more clothes peepwall[1].gif

Didnt you just post pics of a new house though?
post #70841 of 102697
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I thrifted a Ferrari.




I always just thrifted for myself, but I am now rethinking the whole flipping game.
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As I have posted earlier, I am new at all of this and read a little bit than went nuts and bought 4 jackets on eBay. So my latest is a blue blazer, after I bid I found a thread on it and it looks like I should have done some more research. The listing was "Tom James by Oxxford Clothes Men Hand Made Blue Blazer 44 R Functional Buttons" When I searched for this I came across a thread that told me these are owned by the same parent company but have exactly nothing to do with each other. I have paid for the jacket and received it but now feel a little cheated. The sad thing is I probably would have been perfectly happy without the "by Oxxford" portion, but thinking I was getting an insane deal then realizing the deceptive language I feel stupid.

 

Here is the listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/321119812349?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649

 

Grand total was $45.50 shipped. I was thinking of leaving a poor rating because the thread I found said it was deceptive to tie the two together.

 

What do you guys think? Am I just being a little whiny bitch and need to suck it up and do better research next time?

post #70843 of 102697
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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post

As I have posted earlier, I am new at all of this and read a little bit than went nuts and bought 4 jackets on eBay. So my latest is a blue blazer, after I bid I found a thread on it and it looks like I should have done some more research. The listing was "Tom James by Oxxford Clothes Men Hand Made Blue Blazer 44 R Functional Buttons" When I searched for this I came across a thread that told me these are owned by the same parent company but have exactly nothing to do with each other. I have paid for the jacket and received it but now feel a little cheated. The sad thing is I probably would have been perfectly happy without the "by Oxxford" portion, but thinking I was getting an insane deal then realizing the deceptive language I feel stupid.

Here is the listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/321119812349?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649

Grand total was $45.50 shipped. I was thinking of leaving a poor rating because the thread I found said it was deceptive to tie the two together.

What do you guys think? Am I just being a little whiny bitch and need to suck it up and do better research next time?

That's not a bad looking blazer. If it fits you nicely, I don't think it's money poorly spent. Do you know if it's made with Holland and Sherry fabric? I had one of those awhile ago and really liked, never quite fit right though and ended up getting rid of it.
post #70844 of 102697
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That's not a bad looking blazer. If it fits you nicely, I don't think it's money poorly spent. Do you know if it's made with Holland and Sherry fabric? I had one of those awhile ago and really liked, never quite fit right though and ended up getting rid of it.

Either he got the measurements mixed up or that was built for someone with gorrilla shoulders and t rex arms.
post #70845 of 102697

This thread usually makes me shake my head in amazement, but the Ferrari...just incredible. Congrats! 

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