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post #83206 of 102508
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Originally Posted by Ian Erickson View Post

That would be me, I still haven't had time to go to the savers that is like 5 min away from me
Everyone stop finding cool stuff from there until I have time to go in like two weeks

Me too... But that stuff wasn't there on Tuesday, and I don't live close enough to Dublin to make that a regular stop.
post #83207 of 102508
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Originally Posted by highvoltorb View Post

I'm gonna say yes. Feel free to send them to me if you don't like them.

 

Thanks, wonder if I can get real lucky and they show up as shell :bounce2:

post #83208 of 102508
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Originally Posted by pnutpug View Post


???

Shopping cart - was it that unclear? 

post #83209 of 102508
@Harvitz

Wellington boots you mean, perhaps. Not cowboy. The closest thing Western wear would have to this would be Ropers.

Incredible find BTW
post #83210 of 102508
I went to TJ Maxx to pick a "reward" with my daughter for her reading of 20 books (she is 6), naturally, I wandered over to the men's section and scored a pair of cotton/cashmere cords by Incotex -- MSRP $745, my price $79.99....It was the first time I have ever purchased something for my self from TJ Maxx...

It was sweet...nod[1].gif
post #83211 of 102508
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Originally Posted by Owen Meany View Post

I went to TJ Maxx to pick a "reward" with my daughter for her reading of 20 books (she is 6), naturally, I wandered over to the men's section and scored a pair of cotton/cashmere cords by Incotex -- MSRP $745, my price $79.99....It was the first time I have ever purchased something for my self from TJ Maxx...

It was sweet...nod[1].gif

Everyone always seems to find higher end stuff at TJMaxx. The only thing I have ever found is Polo Ralph Lauren, wouldnt even call that great.

Congrats on your find, I love me some Incotex
post #83212 of 102508
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Originally Posted by cpmac7 View Post


Everyone always seems to find higher end stuff at TJMaxx. The only thing I have ever found is Polo Ralph Lauren, wouldnt even call that great.

Congrats on your find, I love me some Incotex

I think it's heavily dependant on area.

post #83213 of 102508
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Never seen shirts made by Samuelsohn, only tailored stuff (suits, jackets, pants). I'd be interested in seeing photos when you get a chance. Pretty nice?

 

Here be photos.

 


 

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post #83214 of 102508
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Originally Posted by cpmac7 View Post

Everyone always seems to find higher end stuff at TJMaxx. The only thing I have ever found is Polo Ralph Lauren, wouldnt even call that great.

Congrats on your find, I love me some Incotex
+1 to this, man. There's some PRL, some Lucky. And 7 jeans. That's as good as it gets. And a single BB Irregulars tie that's been there for months. smile.gif
post #83215 of 102508
I find that the Marshall's and TJMax stores in this area vary considerably depending which part of town they're in. I've see Brioni and Charvet at some. Others top out at PRL...
post #83216 of 102508
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

I find that the Marshall's and TJMax stores in this area vary considerably depending which part of town they're in. I've see Brioni and Charvet at some. Others top out at PRL...

Same here. Once I found "the good Winners" (Canada's version of TJ) here in town I suddenly had reason to go. Stopped in one in downtown Vancouver last week and saw several Corneliani SCs, Buttero double monks, etc.

post #83217 of 102508
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Originally Posted by DanM View Post

The shirts and one BB jacket came from the other city I visited.... I don't think Org would appreciate it if I started making that a habit. shog%5B1%5D.gif 

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Originally Posted by tben View Post

Thrift fit. These are still ok right? This is the last time I wear this before it gets sent somewhere for consignment or to the bay. Love the jacket,  hate the way the pants drape. Pre-war dated I think from 39', stated on the tag, tweed suit.


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Wow! That's awesome.
post #83218 of 102508

Is there a such thing as good Pierre Cardin? Found a DB blazer with the same label shown below. Felt like cashmere or a blend. 

 

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post #83219 of 102508
Stain Removal Experiment

My mom sent me this link to a DIY stain remover a while ago, and I finally got around to trying it out over the weekend: http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/2011/11/goodbye-to-yellow-armpit-stains.html

2 parts hydrogen peroxide, 1 part Dawn, and a bit of baking soda. Mix it up, scrub it in, let it sit, then launder.

I found it worked as well as The Method (vinegar, Oxyclean, etc.) and was easier and quicker. It took care of collar/cuff stains completely. Yellow underarm stains were almost totally gone on the shirts where I scrubbed the mixture in, and on a few where I just rubbed it on with my fingers, it still lightened them quite a lot.

I mixed up a 3-cup batch of the stuff, used half, and stored the rest in a squeeze bottle in the linen closet for next time.

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If someone has the link to the stain removal thread that has been mentioned here a few times, let me know and I'll post this there too.
post #83220 of 102508
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Originally Posted by MJMcRibb View Post

Is there a such thing as good Pierre Cardin? Found a DB blazer with the same label shown below. Felt like cashmere or a blend. 

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True vintage Cardin, not licensed. Lets see pictures.
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