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post #74251 of 117783
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Originally Posted by 330CK View Post


Some good cycling stuff...








Sick vintage Patagonia in my size


 

 

 

 Nice finds on the Craft jackets... And that Patagonia is as sweet as a Tim Horton's Canadian Maple donut (sorry, I've got Canada on my mind as I plan our trip from Boston to Nova Scotia)!

post #74252 of 117783
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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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 Dang, what hood are you in now? We've just moved as well, and the hills "start" about two blocks away.

 

 I haven't seen any deerz in the hood yet, but our cats love watching the 20 birds that seem to be on the patio at any given moment. Then there's the family of squirrels that live in the oak tree in the back yard!

post #74253 of 117783
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Ha, pnut, but the joke was on you, 'cause those ear disc thingies are way, WAY more timeless than MC wear (like hundreds of years stretching in either direction more timeless).

 

Oh, come on, guys, play nice! =P
post #74254 of 117783

Not much, EZ tie and Saddler belt. Found a Raffaele Caruso navy suit in my size, but too worn...Kinda regret that I left a Barba shirt that fit. And I saw a Brioni shirt, but it was Brioni Bangkock

 

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post #74255 of 117783
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I can't tell if that was sarcasm but it's Hermes Sport. If it was sarcasm it actually says Hermes Spoo.

I thought you were being sarcastic, so I decided to do the same. That thing is money!
post #74256 of 117783
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

 

 Dang, what hood are you in now? We've just moved as well, and the hills "start" about two blocks away.

 

 I haven't seen any deerz in the hood yet, but our cats love watching the 20 birds that seem to be on the patio at any given moment. Then there's the family of squirrels that live in the oak tree in the back yard!

If any of you need deer, squirrels or birds, I would be happy to proxy for you.

post #74257 of 117783
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Originally Posted by 330CK View Post



Fioravanti true bespoke. Slightly damaged - just bought for my vintage clothing collection.


 

I think I speak for everyone when I say....more pics of that lining please.

post #74258 of 117783

Who was it that was making their own pocket squares recently?

 

I have an out of commission blazer with the buttons already harvested. The silk lining is a thing of beauty, and it would be a shame to waste it,


Edited by capnwes - 7/2/13 at 5:17am
post #74259 of 117783
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Who was it that was making their own pocket squares recently?

 

I have an out of commission blazer with the buttons already harvested. The silk lining is a thing of beauty, and it would be a shame to waste it,


that is a great idea!worship2.gif

i want to make waistcoats, but my machine is too old. pocket squares it could handle.


Edited by size 38R - 7/2/13 at 5:32am
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Damn 330! Kilt it once again! Everything is drool-worthy, but that chesterfield........ your size? shog[1].gif
post #74261 of 117783
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Been a crap end to a crap thrift day (three stores, and the only thing I bought: gas), so I e-thrifted Jack Taylor, an Irish mini-series starring the Game of Thrones dude who is very accomplished at standing next to half-naked women and saying, Khaleesi! in various shades of incredulity. Jack Taylor. Recommended.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P38EG97zlOg
post #74262 of 117783
That Khaleesi jam must be a distant relation to this one:
post #74263 of 117783
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Originally Posted by size 38R View Post

Thrift fit  pnutplug?    boxing%5B1%5D.gif  lol8%5B1%5D.gif

true, republicans are well known for their style and tie/suit matching.tongue.gif

Not a Republican. Don't do thrift fits. Free country.
post #74264 of 117783
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Originally Posted by size 38R View Post

okay, cross post from another thread. but thought i should post here. to upset the "traditionalists".

a thrift fit.........

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Jeans : nudie slims. black stone wash.

Belt : Mont Blanc.  Black/ silver Charriol buckle.

t-shirt : a cheap plain grey one.

Shoes : converse all-stars ,Black leather.

Jacket : Isaia napoli , grey / red pinstripe.

socks : charcaol with red toe/heels.

cap : a cheap grey herringbone.

watch : vintage seiko marvel,  (1958) black band.

 

mostly thrifted, total cost..... $300.   sorry about the bad picture. and jean crinkle.lol8[1].gif

 

 

Actually, I like it.  I personally would do it almost exactly like this.....only fatter.  

post #74265 of 117783
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Ha, pnut, but the joke was on you, 'cause those ear disc thingies are way, WAY more timeless than MC wear (like hundreds of years stretching in either direction more timeless).

Actually, you are right. Twenty years from now, it is possible that I will be wearing a different bow tie than I was yesterday. He, however, will still be wearing the exact ears he was sporting when I met him.
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