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post #81946 of 102726
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Originally Posted by Harvitz81 View Post
 

Hmm....

 

Guess I didn't know that Stronghold was such a good brand. They actually fit, but didn't feel rigid like my 3Sixteen 14.5 oz selvedge. They are almost "springy" rather than full stiff. Maybe I should keep them??

 

Edit: Pretty sure they've been hemmed as well as they fit me (32 inseam) without need for cuffing. 

 

I only own 1 pair of jeans (the aforementioned 3sixteen shadow selvedge) so maybe I need a regular indigo one. 

 

Ordered 3 different sizes of Gustin and have had to resell because I can't get their fit right!


Hmmm, from the looks of it in the pic, it might have been worn down enough so the starch are all gone. You have a pair of broken in jeans with a plenty of indigo left. Such an awesome find.

 

I've just backed a pair of Gustin in their straights. Been digging the straight fit on my Studios. Hopefully their fit will work.

post #81947 of 102726
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post


Did you had to pay a premium for those at celebrity pricing?

I haven't even seen them in person--they're for the yooth. But I made sure my friend got a pic for you thrifters! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #81948 of 102726

Thrift fit pic.

 

Studio D'Artisans SD 201

Dry Bone double layered t shirt

Paul Frank shanks hoodie.

 

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Digging the straight fit!

post #81949 of 102726
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post




Dont know if its the same...

 

Looks the same to me. What brand is the jacket?

post #81950 of 102726

A big shout out to GMmcl for an excellent transaction!!!!!!!!!!! He even hooked it up with extras!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :fistbump:

post #81951 of 102726


In the field...
post #81952 of 102726
Man, it's been forever since I posted. Just had time for a quick visit, and found this to flip:

Rag and Bone. It's actually pretty cool--you can button it up like a nehru or wear it like a blazer--but even though it's tagged 40, it's too tight for me. Priced fairly high, but I think I can flip it for more.

And these are for me:

I've been wanting dark penny loafers with an elongated toe for ages. They're AE, and I don't recall the model. Can't wait to shine them up and start wearing them!
post #81953 of 102726
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post
 

brag: worth a shot http://www.ebay.com/itm/200973810801#ht_25wt_1399


Definitely worth a shot but it looks lopsided, or maybe I'm seeing things.

post #81954 of 102726
Found an Army helmet with cover (fiberglass and cotton) dated 1966. Gotta love Halloween season! Also a Haspel linen sport coat (44L).



post #81955 of 102726
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Originally Posted by Guitar Preacher View Post

Hating myself for not scooping up the 4 or so of these I had in my dream box about a month ago.


I have a collection of Salvatore Piccolo shirts, including the linen paisley shirt photo'd a page back.

I think it's the only one that seems machine made - except for the button holes.

All of the others I own are incredible!!!

They take 6 hours each to make by hand according to Barney's.

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post #81956 of 102726

Today was a good day.

Robert Talbott Seven Fold (18/40) IIRC this is a point in the scavenger hunt too.

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Brioni Peach kinda color shirt, 16/41. First Brioni shirt for me, I saw another one later but they wanted a boatload for it.

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And, the best for last, my first Kiton. Black pleated pants.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

And I didn't even have to use my AK.

post #81957 of 102726

36R Harry Rosen for a friend who has the piss-poor luck of being 36. 50/50 Cotton Wool, nice hearty texture

post #81958 of 102726

I've been finding some cool stuff here and there.

 

Really itching to do a bragging post.

 

Hopefully I'll find some time soon.

 

:nodding:

post #81959 of 102726
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Originally Posted by arnathor View Post
 

36R Harry Rosen for a friend who has the piss-poor luck of being 36. 50/50 Cotton Wool, nice hearty texture

 

i have this piss poor luck too :(

post #81960 of 102726
I guess this belongs on the thrift store thread. These things would be awesome for storing pocket squares, knit ties and socks. At least if you live near Seattle and have a spare $700.
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