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Nice finds! Talbott Estate shirts are amazing. I've only found two or three. Really nice, thick MOP buttons and I think they are signed by the worker who did the finishing details as well.
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Nice finds! Talbott Estate shirts are amazing. I've only found two or three. Really nice, thick MOP buttons and I think they are signed by the worker who did the finishing details as well.

Not only are they signed, but all of these have a little pocket on the inside of the placket at the bottom that holds an extra set of Robert Talbott collar stays. Crazy cool little details.
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Thrift store finds:

4 NWT Hickey Freeman wool flannel trousers

Canali,EZ,Charvet,Hermes, Trafalgar belt

Luciano Barbera corduroy pant

Polo Italy trouser

Allen Edmonds

Unworn 1960's Vietnam Macshore BDU

 

Gieves & Hawkes sport coat

like-new vintage Starter jacket

Pendleton

new Robert Talbott vineyards cycling bib

RG

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Thrift store finds:

 

RG

 

Call me crazy, but I like that

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Call me crazy, but I like that

 

Not crazy.

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The Hermes from yesterday:






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Unworn 1960's Vietnam Macshore BDU




Nice! Unworn to boot! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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The Hermes from yesterday:

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Niiiicccee!


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I Just want to say a big heartfelt thanks to all the members who pm'd me with positive messages, and convinced me to stay. it won't be forgotten. :fistbump:

 

and those expecting (or not expecting) parcels should receive them very soon.

 

i'm here imagining members doing music video lip syncs while watching youtube. =awesome.   "styleforum does it like nobody does" :lol:

you guys (and girls?) give me a little happiness everyday.

again, thanks all.

 

38R

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But seriously, let me know if you make it out to the W/NW burbs.



That's a really cool piece.  You've got a really good eye/luck for finding those kinds of items.

I'm out there on Thursdays biggrin.gif
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Love that hermes jacket! 50 EU is just my size too! Love the black fleece that was found as well.
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Had quite a good day today.

First offf, some shoes. I rarely find any shoes of note, and here were two brands you just don't see in Oz.

Brooks Brothers tassel loafer, size US11.5E. Pretty sure these are by Alden
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Tassel loafers from Dexter, size not marked but I suspect the same as the Brooks. Never heard of this US brand before, but they seem well made and in good nick.
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Three BD shirts, all 17.5. L-R Crombie, Ike Behar and Mastai Ferretti (I believe that MF are made by Truzzi). I'm betting these are from the same guy that donated the shoes.
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H&K shirt, size 15.5
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Found these enamelled thistle cufflinks in an antique shop. Not exactly op shop prices, but well within my limits for a vintage piece.
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Also in an antique shop, and not at all an op shop price, but I thought I'd share this with you guys. Near full 1940s bottle of Jean Patou L'Heure Attendue, in its original box. Almost unattainable these days, even in its 80s reformulation.
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Levi's update: Buyer actually paid for them. $1400. Was for sure it was a bullshit nonpaying bidder. Officially my all time greatest find and you thrift thread OG's know I've had some good hauls. Bananaaaaaaaaaaas. I don't even really thrift anymore, but Kansas City: I still run this

 

 

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The Hermes from yesterday:

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Bad ass!!!!!!!!!!

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Thx for the tip on super heavy gustin last time I checked it wasn't there super tempted to get one!
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It seems like most people here are going to stores that are generally priced lower than where I am. Any sport coats at GW or similar start at 9 bucks at least, where at VV they're 10-20. The only places where they're $5 is at volunteer community thrift stores, but then I see someone posting about spending $1.90 on a SC, is the PNW generally higher priced for thrift stores? I'm curious how much everyone pays on average for specific items.

 

TLDR: How much do you guys usually pay for sport coats?

 

As somebody who recently moved from Oregon, Portland has some crazy high prices at some locations. Not uncommon to see suits marked $50 and up, and at a certain location downtown $100+ ain't nothin' but a thing. Of course there is a still a lot to be had a "regular" thrift prices. Cucinelli and Isaia will fly under the radar while Zegna will be sky high. It all depends.

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