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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

 

 

 Seems kind of dickish pointless to say that given how many people add "available" to their posts without getting grief from anyone here.

If the point was to show off the sweater and he said available for trade I agree, but when you spoiler the sweater I am assuming you aren't bragging about it but want to trade it hence the proper place would be elsewhere no? But yes I am kind of a dick.

post #79442 of 112982
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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post
 

If the point was to show off the sweater and he said available for trade I agree, but when you spoiler the sweater I am assuming you aren't bragging about it but want to trade it hence the proper place would be elsewhere no? But yes I am kind of a dick.

:lol:

 

On the topic of Available or N/A. I personally find that there is no need to put either one in your post. People are going to message you if they are interested. 

post #79443 of 112982

Hey guys, let's all be friends again.  

 

:thumbs-up:

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So I was excited to find out that our company will be holding a second annual golf outing!  :slayer:

 

Time for more....

Payne Stuart Thrift Fit (Click to show)

For which I have been preparing another outfit, since last year.

 

 

Then I realized that the golf outing is only 2 weeks from now. Last year it was the end of October. Who has two thumbs and is unable to wear a full tweed/flannel outfit in September due to hot blooded tendencies??? This guy.

 

Time to rework the outfit, well rather little time to rework the outfit. This is going to prove to be a real challenge since I have restricted my thrifting to lunch breaks only. Perhaps there is a suitable getup in the stockpiles at home.....stay tuned.

post #79445 of 112982

Who is a 10.5 and wants a sick pair of leather boots?

 

Picked these up thinking SOMEONE here would definitely have a use for these!

 

Look to be super vintage leather hiking boots in good shape.

 

Snapped a couple of quick pics...

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Oh, and this was sitting at the bottom of a giant bin of ties. Wrinkly, but worth picking up anyway.

 

post #79446 of 112982
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Originally Posted by Dolfan954 View Post
 

Who is a 10.5 and wants a sick pair of leather boots?

 

Picked these up thinking SOMEONE here would definitely have a use for these!


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ook to be super vintage leather hiking boots in good shape.

 

Snapped a couple of quick pics...

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Oh, and this was sitting at the bottom of a giant bin of ties. Wrinkly, but worth picking up anyway.

 

 

Such a staple tie! I have one very similar to this!

post #79447 of 112982

Ah, finally caught up again. Great finds all around!

 

Found these two Dolcepunta rounded tip ties yesterday:

 

 

And this Chester Barrie 3-piece gray flannel suit:

 

 

My size, but short arms. Decisions, decisions...

 

Thrift Fit from yesterday:

 

 

AppleMark

 

Details (Click to show)
Jacket: Kiton Cashmere (thrift)
 
Shirt: Charvet (thrift)
 
Tie: Turnbull & Asser Grenadine (thrift)
 
Square: No Name Silk (thrift)
 
Pants: Incotex (thrift)
 
Shoes: Di Fabrizio Shell PTBs (thrift)
post #79448 of 112982
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post

Ah, finally caught up again. Great finds all around! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Found these two Dolcepunta rounded tip ties yesterday:




And this Chester Barrie 3-piece gray flannel suit:




My size, but short arms. Decisions, decisions...

Thrift Fit from yesterday:




AppleMark

Details (Click to show)
Jacket: Kiton Cashmere (thrift)
 
Shirt: Charvet (thrift)
 
Tie: Turnbull & Asser Grenadine (thrift)
 
Square: No Name Silk (thrift)
 
Pants: Incotex (thrift)
 
Shoes: Di Fabrizio Shell PTBs (thrift)

Good stuff on all fronts, Dockers.
post #79449 of 112982
I'm in the field. Is this worth a cop? It won't fit me but wil be available. Zanella SC. 3/2 puppy tooth. Unvented. Fabric is 52% silk 48% wool. Tagged as a 41R. PM me if you're interested in it! It's in my cart now.

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I'm in the field. Is this worth a cop? It won't fit me but wil be available. Zanella SC. 3/2 puppy tooth. Unvented. Fabric is 52% silk 48% wool. Tagged as a 41R. PM me if you're interested in it! It's in my cart now.

post #79451 of 112982
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Originally Posted by stevenkmason View Post

I'm in the field. Is this worth a cop? It won't fit me but wil be available. Zanella SC. 3/2 puppy tooth. Unvented. Fabric is 52% silk 48% wool. Tagged as a 41R. PM me if you're interested in it! It's in my cart now.

 

Zanella jackets, especially unvented with lapels like that, will be a tough flip. Silk is a nice touch, although Summer is on its way out.

post #79452 of 112982
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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post

LL Bean boots I picked up Saturday at the estate sale. Cleaned them up and put new laces in. Size 9N.



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Why can't those be a 10 1/2?!
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Originally Posted by size 38R View Post

- Dig, she's hot man.   (had to say it first)

+1. Wow.
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Found this yesterday, men's size XS Moncler Hector field jacket, the same one still for sale at Bregdorf Goodman for $1399.



Also these,
AppleMark

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Damn, I need to get to Chicago one of these days.
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One of my all-time favorite films. Huge Miyazaki fan here (my wife is as well)

The outerwear season has begun. Well, actually, it never really leaves here in Minnesota. Thrift stores stock at least a 6' rack of outerwear in each gender's section all year long. The stock just slows down during the summer. The summer levy has broken and it's coming out in force now.

Both are available. Might return the Grenfell as I did pay up a bit for it. Only seen the label one other time at a resale boutique in LA and they had their's priced at $350.

Super heavy vintage Bemidji Woolen Mills wool coat. Hidden button placket. Chest pockets, handwarmer pockets and waist storage pockets on the front. Game pocket in the back. Flawless. Thing is built like a tank. Must weight at least 8 lbs. Size 46 and fits true to size.


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Grenfell Spring/Fall Weight overcoat. Classic English styling. Bellowed pockets, brass snaps, check lining. XL. Fits true to size.




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post #79453 of 112982
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post
 

Exceptions to every rule though...desirable makers should still be considered.

 

Example - dont forget to check out the soles.

 

man, im getting old. i remember reading about the "new upcoming collaboration between brooks brothers and alden" in GQ haha

post #79454 of 112982

Cant wait to see this outfit Wes.

I share the same warm blooded veins as you...not worth the tweed in Sept.

 

Cotton Docks. nice thrift fit, i especially like your shell rolls.

and that 3 pc...that would be an easy decision for myself...KEEP!:thumbs-up:

post #79455 of 112982
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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post
 

If the point was to show off the sweater and he said available for trade I agree, but when you spoiler the sweater I am assuming you aren't bragging about it but want to trade it hence the proper place would be elsewhere no? But yes I am kind of a dick.

 

 

 Yeah, I am too sometimes... :cheers:

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