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post #73846 of 125109
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Originally Posted by Shiny View Post

Gr8 stuff, Eazy. Under the radar prize goes to the Bolgheri blue tie. Looks very nice!

My first grenadine found at an actual thrift!
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No affiliation with seller...nice, mis-labeled RRL heavy work shirt for an XL, way cheap. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ralph-Lauren-Double-R-Label-Plaid-Flannel-Long-Sleeve-Shirt-Jacket-Size-XL-/141003805490?pt=US_CSA_MC_Shirts&hash=item20d47b5332

post #73848 of 125109
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Originally Posted by dexconstruct View Post

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J. Crew khaki "Clayton" sportcoat 

 

AppleMark

 

 

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AppleMark

 

AppleMark

 

 

 

You tryna keep this coat? If not, I know the perfect buyer... moi

post #73849 of 125109
Is ALL Etro an instakop? I think it was a small. Barrel cuffs with mitered ends. MOP, of course. I'm not going to wear it so I left it.



Let me know today if anyone is interested in a proxy.


Thrift fit. (Click to show)


Warmish/humid day.
Ray-Ban RB 3217.
J. Crew buffalo plaid.
Uniglo Slimfit
Unknown belt (USA)
Polos
Seiko from a warehouse store a decade ago.
post #73850 of 125109
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Originally Posted by Jowen View Post

No affiliation with seller...nice, mis-labeled RRL heavy work shirt for an XL, way cheap. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ralph-Lauren-Double-R-Label-Plaid-Flannel-Long-Sleeve-Shirt-Jacket-Size-XL-/141003805490?pt=US_CSA_MC_Shirts&hash=item20d47b5332


Hmmm, they have a Ralph Ralph Lauren sc labeled as RLBL.
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post #73851 of 125109
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

Thrift fit. (Click to show)


Warmish/humid day.
Ray-Ban RB 3217.
J. Crew buffalo plaid.
Uniglo Slimfit
Unknown belt (USA)
Polos
Seiko from a warehouse store a decade ago.

Nice look Dig! Not crazy about the wash on those jeans but the fit is great and the shirt is cool

post #73852 of 125109
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Wait...What?! They secretly taped her ...

Yes. And sold it to Japanese businessmen. By post.

Years later, I'd like to sell them these dusty authentic USA America Wrangler shirts I find -- but how!
post #73853 of 125109
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Originally Posted by noob View Post


Yes. And sold it to Japanese businessmen. By post.

Years later, I'd like to sell them these dusty authentic USA America Wrangler shirts I find -- but how!


Jeebus cris! Wait, why was she nude in the first place?

 

Hey guys, is the the Gouchee I'm looking for?

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iowkjsbLT80

post #73854 of 125109

In case anyone was wondering.....this article is pretty much me to a T. Had a decent laugh over it.

 

Man Clothes. All you never wanted to know.

post #73855 of 125109
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post


Jeebus cris! Wait, why was she nude in the first place?

 

 

Seriously, we need more details on this. Can't just mention it in passing and then leave us all hanging. I'm with you barrel fistbump.gif

post #73856 of 125109

Killing it with that haul Eazy!thumbs-up.gif

post #73857 of 125109
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Originally Posted by JackFlash View Post

 

Seriously, we need more details on this. Can't just mention it in passing and then leave us all hanging. I'm with you barrel fistbump.gif

 

Lol, the anticipation is killing me, brah! peepwall[1].gif

post #73858 of 125109
Oh dear. Why do I mention these things. lol8[1].gif

It was just a friend/co-worker of mine in college -- hot, smart --hotly smart -- practical, liberated -- who let it slip one day that not only did she work for a non-prostitute-y, but still very dubious, 'massage parlor' when she was in college, but that she quit when it became known that her boss was secretly taping his workers and then selling the tapes. On VHS. And not only selling the tapes, but selling them overseas, to a mysterious consortium of Japanese businessmen. I think about this every time someone sells one of those dirty cowboy shirts for zillions of dollars, which I find equally weird.
post #73859 of 125109
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Oh dear. Why do I mention these things. lol8[1].gif

It was just a friend/co-worker of mine in college -- hot, smart --hotly smart -- practical, liberated -- who let it slip one day that not only did she work for a non-prostitute-y, but still very dubious, 'massage parlor' when she was in college, but that she quit when it became known that her boss was secretly taping his workers and then selling the tapes. On VHS. And not only selling the tapes, but selling them overseas, to a mysterious consortium of Japanese businessmen. I think about this every time someone sells one of those dirty cowboy shirts for zillions of dollars, which I find equally weird.


Ahhh, so did she take any legal actions against her boss or collect any damages? Anyhow, can I get a copy of the VHS? Ahhh dammit! That means I have to thrift a VHS player...
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post #73860 of 125109
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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

return it??????????????????
or sell it to a japanese buyer for 200 bucks!!

Man, I might just try my hand at Etsy and see what I can get out of it. I think my wife has an account as I think she sold some of her sewing creations on there awhile back.
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Originally Posted by MZhammer View Post


Thanks for the history lesson. Found a pair yesterday, perhaps the pair you put back, but didn't recognize the brand.

Hmm, must have been a different pair as the pair I found in the spring. Was the foam surrounds on the pair you saw bad too? If not, they're well worth grabbing.
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Originally Posted by dexconstruct View Post


Sweet vintage camo outfit. Anyone heard of Kiffe? 

AppleMark


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AppleMark


Nice find! I love the duck hunter/beo gam camo pattern! Glad to see it's kind of found a cult following and some labels are producing it again. Never heard of the maker. Was likely one of many small off-the-wall commerical makers of the Vietnam war era who made their stuff in Japan. This pattern was was adapted by the US soon after they found out their plain OD green fatigues weren't cutting it in the combat styles that came about during the era. Tiger stripe was used as well, but many had family back home here in the states buy this stuff from the sporting goods stores and ship it to them in Nam.
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Damn, that Hickey looks nice. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

+1. That suit is awesome!
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