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any country fans?






Cool!

While perusing Ebay, I realized that vintage concert shirts can be hot ticket items. Perhaps not those, though that AJ one looks cool.
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working on listings

a cold breeze through the window

tweed season is nigh

post #79743 of 118209
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working on listings

a cold breeze through the window

tweed season is nigh

 

Just smoked a joint

raindrops freeze in stop frame

I'm feeling f*ing high

post #79744 of 118209
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Just smoked a joint

raindrops freeze in stop frame

I'm feeling f*ing high

I kid I kid, I thought we were playing Haiku game!

post #79745 of 118209
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I kid I kid, I thought we were playing Haiku game!

 

I'm just looking forward to wearing all of the awesome cool weather clothes I've been thrifting this year.

post #79746 of 118209
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I'm just looking forward to wearing all of the awesome cool weather clothes I've been thrifting this year.

Me too, I have been eyeing an Isaia jacket in my closet I bought a few months ago that is awesome. While I love summer and despise snow (even though I live in the snow belt of MA). I can't wait for fall so I can break out my non-linen stuff.

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Lousy, lousy day today. I never really understood how, many of my best spots are run by Jewish ladies. Today is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, so they were all closed.

NM I did manage to salvage some very slight crumbs of consolation.

Ties by Alain Fiuret and Ascot (L-R)
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Vintage ties. soporific one from Ferragamo and two horrendous JPGs. I picked up the latter to find out if they are flippable; checked on eBay and still none the wiser - JPG prices run from $10-$300. Leaving aside questions of taste, is there a victim, er market, for these two?
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I also picked up a brand new suit by Oxford, sadly it only has one 'x' and is a fused made in China number. Still it was only $10 and I figure somebody will give me at least that for it. i shan't scare you with photos of it.

Having subjected you gentlemen to this, I feel I also have something for Atonement. Maybe tomorrow.
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working on listings
a cold breeze through the window
tweed season is nigh

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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post

Just smoked a joint
raindrops freeze in stop frame
I'm feeling f*ing high

Up so early, damn
pictures need taking, nine hundred
rather be thrifting
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^maybe you miss your new blanket smile.gif
post #79750 of 118209
Just found a bunch of suits and sport coats with this label. Any good?


Edited by DanM - 9/14/13 at 7:54am
post #79751 of 118209
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Shirts, L to R:
Joseph Turner (a lesser known Jermyn Streeter; quality is just below T&A, on par with Hilditch; real MOPs); Hilditch, Lewin, Lewin, Jack Spade (seemed quality and MOPs, but closer inspection revealed Made in China. frown.gif ), NWT Vineyard Vines on half price. Keeping at least the Lewins.
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I think the Made in China is not a deal breaker like some would think. The Jack Spade stuff I've come across seems like really good quality at a slight premium. If they were to have those shirts made in Italy or some place else my guess is their price point would go up past their target market.
post #79752 of 118209
I just picked up a NWT Ralph Lauren Purple Label tweed winter coat in my size with vents, belt, the friggin' works........for $375!

My best score at an outlet. Pics later.
post #79753 of 118209
Morning SFers. Out for a Dallas area thrift. starting in Plano and working my way around the area. Any Dallas people Irving GW has a bunch of high quality suits like Oxxford and Canalis in 44R with minor moth holes.
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Nope, I agree with you 100%. I didn't think the shoulders were too bad when I had it on before the alterations, but when I look at the pictures with a critical eye now, it really shows. Oh well, live and learn...

It's all good man. When I started, I paid over the odds for alterations for a Hugo Boss (I know...) sport coat that was just never meant to fit me. Don't even think I wore it once. It happens.

 

You might want to consider whether it's worth it to get BB shirts altered though. You can buy brand new BB shirts in slim and extra slim fit on sale for probably not much more than you paid for that, when you include alterations costs. Just something to think about.

 

In other news, watch out Toronto. I'm hitting some thrifts today. In the meantime, here's a discount fit:

 

 

 

Jacket - Obscur, 70% off at sample sale

Shirt - ModernTailor $20 special

Jeans - APC, discount

Shoes - Moma, Yoox

Cute little cat - free

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Edited by tubs - 9/14/13 at 11:00am
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