Damn, everybody is killing it! Ian, be sure to post in the Thrift Thread Fits: Formal Wear thread, the outfit looks solid. suited, I've had to deal with snakes many times, but only once with a poisonous one (cottonmouth) -- it's all about keeping a cool head and staying calm and collected. Looks like you took care of it, but it looks pretty gross.
Ok, this one isn't a thrift purchase, but was at 50% sidewalk sale and I know some of you are into woodworking. Have been looking for a cufflink box for a while, and the purple heart won me over even though I feel guilty buying it.
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Look at that craftmanship!
Hickey Freeman tie (one was just posted like this, in monochrome, also from Marshalls)
Academic institution ties
Ann Taylor silk blouses for the GF
wooden massager for the plantar fascia (Fueco knows what I'm talking about)
3x silk Trafalgar, 1 cloth made in W. Germany
Available (unless otherwise marked)
2 cloth Trafalgar, 1 cloth Liberty of London
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I later realized the adjustor clasp is missing, but this can easily be swapped from another. The Liberty of London one is wearing out, so maybe could swap from that one or one of the uglier ones below.
1 no-name, 2 made in Germany
Faconnable made in Italy, size M
Anybody into hunting & fishing? I have 3 things for you... (all from different places, btw)
NWT Wathne made in USA silk vest, fishing themed
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Mallory & Church woolen tie
Woolrich chamois, size L (measures a little smaller)
Wore this to a daytime reception with lots of big-wigs who've met me before, but I knew everyone else was going to be above my pay-grade but without any real authority over me, so F it.
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jacket: no-name 1970's washable seersucker, from capnwes
shirt: Lord & Taylor, going out of business sale
PS: made in Italy silk, from GMMcL
belt: Coach, from Fueco
pants: BB, from tubs
socks: Pantherella green merino, Marshalls
shoes: 1970's J&M Aristocraft lizard-skin, eBay