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Big shout out to AHS who did a trade of epic levels with me... that involved leather icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

UDAMANBRO

Right back at you, SPOO

My new favorite shirt was waiting for me when I got home today.

AHS
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You guys are all killing it as usual.

 

I picked up a really nice suede bomber made from a local sheepskin garment company, wasn't really happy with the original buttons (first picture) so replaced them with some more subtle wooden buttons.

 

 

 

 


Edited by joshuasaussey - 6/28/13 at 8:15pm
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I know there is a boglioli made coat brand? anyone recognize this label.  front placket hides smoked mop buttons ,made in italy, tagged size VI, wahtever it was $3
Close but no. Master-coat is another italian brand. Not sure on desirability but I'm always eyeing their stuff on yoox.
http://www.mastercoat.it/
http://www.yoox.com/us/men/shoponline/master%20coat_d
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Whoa. I missed a lot today. I was pretty proud of my finds until I just read the last two pages. I figured finding $8000 worth of NWT BB suits and SCs would win the day....but then Eddie had to do $10k. Geez.
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I think spoo had to do 10k...
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PS I'm a huge Kingston Trio fan. They won the first Grammy for Best Country & Western Performance, in 1959, and Tom Dooley pulled country music out of the shitstorm it was facing from the onslaught of rock 'n' roll. I'd recommend Goin' Places, if it's there. Time to Think is a sentimental favourite too.

 

Even though the original is in mono, I really love Live from the Hungry i.  Hate that never got the chance to see them live.

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My father saw them in the early 1960s, that whole collegiate scene. I have all his old records.
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Borrelli-Napoli-Mens-Necktie-/251296991809?pt=US_Mens_Ties&hash=item3a8277ca41

 

new one, this guy fucking scanned the tie???

 

Well, the description said it was dry cleaned, and judging from my last experience doing such, the scanner probably wouldn't flatten any more life out of it...

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Picked up some Florsheim by Duckie Brown Ludgate boots for $50 ($450 retail, I think) and Allen Edmonds "Nathan" for $60 ($325 retail). The AEs were unworn. My two best finds this year.
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Originally Posted by joshuasaussey View Post

You guys are all killing it as usual.

I picked up a really nice suede bomber made from a local sheepskin garment company, wasn't really happy with the original buttons (first picture) so replaced them with some more subtle wooden buttons.












I like the table
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Picked up some Florsheim by Duckie Brown Ludgate boots for $50 ($450 retail, I think) and Allen Edmonds "Nathan" for $60 ($325 retail). The AEs were unworn. My two best finds this year.

Pics! Those are both steals. Those Duckie Brown x Florsheim boots are a a huge score!
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One of my better sources is relocating, so they had half off everything today.

Alden tassel loafers, size 8A/C (don't understand Alden's markings). Pretty sure these are calf, but would be delighted to be proved wrong.



Cantarelli Super 150s suit, EU48R



Cartier tweed suit, patch pockets, leather buttons. Made in USA. No size marked, but it looks like a US42L on me.




Burberrys suit, size UK40S



Zegna DB suit, EU54C



Zegna Trofeo, EU50R



Zegna su misura, EU52C. Note the hanger - they let me keep all the hangers because they need to clear the space.





Versace linen SC, size EU50. Please somebody tell me this is genuine smile.gif





Hermes for Cifonelli DB suit. Size not marked, there is a name on the label instead. Looks like about a 42S


Edited by California Dreamer - 6/28/13 at 11:59pm
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Pretty sure this is fake, they are trying to sell it for $399 at GW. The SA just brought it out from the back.
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Pretty sure this is fake, they are trying to sell it for $399 at GW. The SA just brought it out from the back.

1000% fake.

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