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post #80296 of 110375

Found probably my favorite thing yet....

 

Vintage (?) UW Letterman Jacket


 

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Almost positive it has never been worn.

 

 

 

post #80297 of 110375

A "few" things... One stop made when I went to meet a buyer to in-person pick up an Ebay sale. Not a bad stop, I think...

 

Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T (XXL)

 

 

Banana Republic Coat (M -I might keep)

 

 

Orvis Signature "Shirt Jac" (Large)

 

 

Marmot fleece vest (XL)

 

 

Who was dissing buying swimwear the other day? These are unworn AND my size. And I do swim...

 

 

Prana fleece (Large)

 

 

EZ Pro Misura Shirt

 

 

Patagonia Organic Cotton Shirt (Large)

 

 

Thomas Pink (size 15 -is this a boys size?)

 

 

 

RLPL (Large)

 

Psycho Bunny Oxford (Medium)

 

John Varvatos Corduroy jacket

 

 

Canali Super 120's. Orphan? Size 52

 

 

Merrell Soft Shell Hoodie

 

 

Dolce & Gabbana

 

 

EZ Pro Misura

 

 

RRL

 

post #80298 of 110375

Authenticity check, please?

 

Versace Polo Shirt

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post #80299 of 110375
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I need to apologize for my outburst last night on a fellow forum member. His statement were on point.  And my outburst were not caused by him. Or any other forum member. I was just having a bad evening for no seeing my kids.  So, I apologize to everyone.

 

point dexter.

 

Good Man. Glad you're stayin.

post #80300 of 110375
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Good Man. Glad you're stayin.

Tough crowd here. Keep on truckin'n
post #80301 of 110375

Only thing I managed to find today was a pair of Borrelli jeans but I'm not sure if they're authentic. Anyone here able to help?

 

 

 

 

 

post #80302 of 110375
look real from here. luxury vintage is the new diffusion line, but its quality is probably still at or above the level of many recognized names, like thomas pink (for shirts) and that tier of quality.
nice find, imho.
post #80303 of 110375

I am wondering if these items meet the basic post worthy requirements.

 

Armani Collezioni Luxury 

 

PRL Madras

 

 

 

Ferragamo Pebble Grain

 

Alden 

 

 

 

J&M Crown Aristocraft Black 8.5D (Vintage)

post #80304 of 110375
I'm just new but I'll chime in: a definite improvement over yesterday :) 
 
Good to see you're sticking it out. 
 
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I am wondering if these items meet the basic post worthy requirements.

 

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Armani Collezioni Luxury 

 

PRL Madras

 

 

 

Ferragamo Pebble Grain

 

Alden 

 

 

 

J&M Crown Aristocraft Black 8.5D (Vintage)

 

post #80305 of 110375

Good work Dexter...and in your defense, those Ecco loafers will probably bring more on Ebay than 3/4 of the Allen Edmonds posted here; assuming they were cheap thrift prices, it was probably a good pickup.

post #80306 of 110375
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Originally Posted by PointDexter2014 View Post
 

I am wondering if these items meet the basic post worthy requirements.

 

 

Yes to the madras shirt and Aldens.

 

The thing that you have to understand about this thread is that although some of us go to stores looking for cool stuff to wear and sell, we don't want to think of ourselves as the shady guys with carts piled high thumbing through racks of women's pants looking for something to flip for $5. Focus more on quality rather than quantity and you'll be fine.

 

And don't buy ties. This thread can't taken another '90s Talbott tie. And, like airplane maintenance, thrifting ties should be left strictly to trained personnel.

post #80307 of 110375
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And don't buy ties. This thread can't taken another '90s Talbott tie. And, like airplane maintenance, thrifting ties should be left strictly to trained personnel.

 

 

Mind explaining why ties are a bad buy? I'm not "in the game" at all but I'm just curious as an observer. It seems like high-end used ties command pretty good prices on eBay, the margins are high, and you don't have to worry about difficult measurements and sizing like you would for selling  suit or even a shirt. 

post #80308 of 110375
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OMG guys! Seriously! I'm super obsessed with getting a heavy selvedge raw western denim shirt!!! You don't even know how crazy I am at almost pulling the trigger on this bad boy!!!

 

http://www.ironheart.co.uk/shirting/ihsh-76.html

 

I know how it is. Just do it already. Or go to self edge and get fitted in store.

post #80309 of 110375

VERY quick goodwill run today.  Didn't do too bad.  Hooray for being a fifth year senior in college....25% off!

 

 

 

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"Thrift synergy"^^^ (thank you Ken P) PRL NWOT Madras shirt... literally looks like it has never been worn

 

 

 


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Ballantyne designed by Stefano Ricci.. Double hit!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Charvet shirt.

 

 

 

 

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First time I have ever found Rugby...Men's or Women's?  It buttons like a mens shirt but is a size 4?

 

 

 

 

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...and who doesn't love a little Canali Super 120's?
post #80310 of 110375
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I grabbed some vintage 10 eyelet Docs yesterday. Black, UK 9 that should work. 

PMd 

 

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What a good doggeh! Congrats to Mia on her successful procedure. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
I have a pair of Durango 10 1/2 E 6" (U.S.) harness boots that I kopped back when I first started looking for something to wear with denim. Very nice condition but could stand a decent polish as I've literally done nothing to them. They were just a bit bolder than what I thought I was looking for at the time and have not really used them.
And, yes, that's my thrifted Hartmann ballistic nylon duffle with an emergency fit stashed inside!


 

Probly gonna be too big, thanks though.

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