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That's should be a few hundred to a thou there, right Spoozer?

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Cos: nice Oxxfords. Y not 42R??

Nat: Nice finds.

But Wizard: WHO FINDS 17 GRENADINE TIES IN ONE EFFING WEEKEND????
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Womens.

Wait, I've read that EU mens stuff zips on left. No?
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Originally Posted by Ken P View Post


It's Isaia. Orphan though?

 

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Originally Posted by ATLnoob View Post

 

That's something I've never been very clear on...what makes this unwearable as an orphan?  Color?  Cut/style?  Something else?

From me not thinking thoroughly, the fabric looks too fine to be a SC ie. Super 180 blah blah. But who cares! Change the buttons and rock it with jeans and SWnD it out with swag! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gifKeep it casual and it might work! When the weather cools off a bit, I'ma rock my Hulmet Lang orphan.

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What is this thing? I can't find it on google for the life of me.

 

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It was a few bucks so I picked up just from pure intrigue.

Wait WHAT?! Woaaaaaaaaaaa!!! Anything Hermezzzzzzzzzzz is worthy of a brag!

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


It says

this
Hermes
should go to
Spoo

Is that a 48?

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Shout outs to Brianpore for my very first Kiton Isaia lapel pin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's cute! inlove.gifNow, I'll just have to thrift a matching suit to boot! Naw, fack it! I'll rock it with my Prada! fing02[1].gif

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I found the damned size tag on the Hermes jacket. It's a 44
 

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I didn't buy all of those True Religions. I'm not too upset up about it. I bought a lot of other stuff though. Available unless marked N/A.

 

Shirts

 

Turnbull & Asser - 15.5/39 - The creases on it look like it may have never been worn or washed. Collar stays still there. 

 

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J.Press - 15/32 - Looks old but condition is great.

 

Brooks Brother - 14.5 Slim Fit - Been looking for a well fitting white shirt for a long time. N/A

 

 

Denim

 

J.Crew Matchstick - N/A

 

RRL - 31/31 - Made in the US but not selvedge. Fit is probably bootcut. 

 

Levi's Selvedge - 34/31 - These were probably a bad pick up but came out to $3. Someone should tell me what these are.

 

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It's like this on all four seams. Rolled up twice you can't tell though. 

 

 

 

 

Shoes

 

Allen Edmonds Colton - 12D

 

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Royal Tweed 11D - Cheaney? Church? Great shape.

 

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Royal Tweed - I'm assuming they're the same size as the other ones since I found them together. So Churches owns Cheaney? 

 

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Other

 

I have been looking for a Blue Jackets jersey for so long. Can't believe the one I finally find is a small. N/A

 

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Speaking of hockey. I don't know if there's a more perfect tie in the world for me. Animal and hockey themed. Any Bruins/Bobby Orr fans here? 

 

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Edited by highvoltorb - 7/1/13 at 7:23pm
post #74228 of 125129
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Originally Posted by hbkshin View Post

I found the damned size tag on the Hermes jacket. It's a 44
 

EU 44? = US 34 = SMALL

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Not a thrift brag but a brag of my new neighborhood!

 

Oh Hai, there, dears! So cute! While I was taking a pic, the one to the left pooped on someone's lawn. Love the foothills!

 

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Originally Posted by highvoltorb View Post

 

Speaking of hockey. I don't know if there's a more perfect tie in the world for me. Animal and hockey themed. Any Bruins/Bobby Orr fans here? 

 

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ME!!!!!!! That's an awesome tie.

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Returned to the source of my last finds, but only snagged a couple things.

 

AppleMark

 

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AppleMark

 

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And a couple of  e-thrifts.

 

AppleMark

 

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AppleMark

 

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And a couple of  e-thrifts.

AppleMark

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Wow that fabric is awesome
post #74233 of 125129
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Originally Posted by acosbysweater View Post

That's should be a few hundred to a thou there, right Spoozer?

Sumpin like that.
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

EU 44? = US 34 = SMALL

Or a 44 womens - L. devil.gif
post #74234 of 125129
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Originally Posted by ATLnoob View Post

 

That's something I've never been very clear on...what makes this unwearable as an orphan?  Color?  Cut/style?  Something else?

 

The only thing that makes something unwearable is if you, the wearer, won't/can't wear it. Something in that shade, with a conservative suit-like cut will probably look like a suit jacket even when paired with odd trousers. But whether that actually matters to you is your call. I have a mid-grey Zegna jacket that is clearly an orphan, but which I pair with brown trousers, jeans and chinos all the time, and I think it looks just fine.

 

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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post


Wait, I've read that EU mens stuff zips on left. No?

 

Somewhat related to what I wrote above... I've seen no evidence of that although it could be true, but even still... you ain't in Europe, boyo. Could you really walk down the street in a jacket that 60/40 is made for women?

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Found this blazer this weekend along with another sport coat and ties.  I will post photos of the other items later.  The blazer fits perfect.

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