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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Nice! I've been after Zep III for a long time.
 

my copy is pristine and was free because it was part of my dads record collection

post #81152 of 121683
I found vinyl to get excited about today!

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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post
 

And that is the power of better photographs, a more interesting title, and shoe trees.

 

Amazing!!!

post #81155 of 121683

Anyone know how reliable fabric selvage info is on suits? Most of the ones below have selvage in the pockets. Most are Wool and Cashmere. Most say they are fabric from Gino Matteo, but there are a few oddballs including Dolce & Gabbana, Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss and Luiciano

 

21 MTM Suits from one donor. Googled him, he's not dead. Some local financial guy, must have just bought a new wardrobe. These are hardly even worn. 

 

All are approximately a 46R-46L 33/30


 

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Selvage in pocket reads "Made in Italy by Dolce and Gabbana"

 

 

 

 


 

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Selvage Reads "Made in Italy by Ralph Lauren"

 

 

 

 


 

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Selvage reads "Made in Italy by Hugo Boss"

 

 

 

 


 

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Vintage Local Bespoke Tweed


 

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Blackwatch


 

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Harris Tweed Land's End


 

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MTM Double Breasted (6x3) Tweed


 

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Gun Check Tweed


 

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HSM Houndstooth Tweed 


 

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VTG Tweed


 

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Spectacular Tweed Car Coat


 

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Pristine Shearling


 

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The Ultimate trade piece from EazyE


 

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Edited by capnwes - 10/2/13 at 6:35am
post #81156 of 121683
Since they're all the same size have you thought of taking a few of those suits and putting them together as a lot and listing them as "Brand New Wardrobe!"?
post #81157 of 121683
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Originally Posted by FaceOfBoh View Post

Since they're all the same size have you thought of taking a few of those suits and putting them together as a lot and listing them as "Brand New Wardrobe!"?

 

Tossed that idea around a little. 

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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

I had that Shredder........

did you pm Fueco about it?   :nest:    

 

guessing it would be cool to get your toy back.

 

 

also, i have recently thrifted a few ties. and a wool sweater to wear, because summer is leaving us.

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What are the pants size of most?

 

I happen to be around a 46L, but unfortunately a drop 12 so really difficult for me to ever find anything without extensive tailoring.

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Originally Posted by Harvitz81 View Post
 

What are the pants size of most?

 

I happen to be around a 46L, but unfortunately a drop 12 so really difficult for me to ever find anything without extensive tailoring.

 

All the pants are 33/30

post #81161 of 121683

Hey I've gathered one of you regulars is a fan of Pendleton?  Is this a thing?

 

 

 

 

 

Excuse the horrible, cell phone in the trunk of my car with massive direct sunlight photography.


In the corner of the tag, there is a square with the number 14 in it (terrible photography makes it impossible to see).  Which lead me to believe this was a womans blazer.  It's actually pretty sweet looking, in an "I couldn't possibly pull that off" way.


Nontheless, available to for cost plus shipping to regulars who are pendletonites (I paid 4 bucks).

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It's a woman's thing... Doesn't look too exiting.
post #81163 of 121683
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

All the pants are 33/30

Wow, a 13 drop? Guy must've been a stick. Sadly pants won't work (either dimension) here. Honestly tho, I'm not a big 3-btn guy anyways, but beautiful finds!
post #81164 of 121683
Just got an email that TJ Maxx is now online. I don't see any menswear, but quite a bit of stuff for women (D&G, Chloé, etc.). My wife is happy.
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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post

Triggered a question. Local GW has a heavy flannel chalk strike BB Brooksgate suit. 39L iirc. Seems in excellent condition. For a heavy suit the jacket is quarter-lined. I'm guessing 25-30 years old.

Is it kop worthy for $12?

If the suit is in good overall condition, and doesn't look too dated style wise, I would def pick it up @12. Flannel suits are just in time for winter!
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