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post #84916 of 124802

Past couple days:

 

Ran across this today and was stoked........till I saw some ass ripped ALL the Kiton buttons off. WTF! :censored:

 

 

Was saved on the same racks by these skeets:

 

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Zanella x3

 

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Kind of a grail find for me. Flat front Incotex solid grays in my size that must be NWOT or damn close. N/A

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Zegna Soft Suit

 

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Brooks Brothers Suit. Love when I can pair orphans together! 

 

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Loro Piana 100% Camel Hair Black Blazer

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Harris Tweed

 

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Even though I almost always skip on this brand - I couldn't pass this up even with some frays and such. YSL Made in France Red Velvet Blazer. 

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Zegna Cords

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Sweaters - Cashmere vest, Alpaca (N/A), Scandinavian pattern England Wool

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Pendleton Wool Bath robe

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Orvis Jacket - didn't care that its made in Hong Kong as this one is for me and fits perfectly. 

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Bunch of other not really noteworthy stuff. 

post #84917 of 124802

Moar later, but my first Salvation Army run in a month landed me, among other things, FIVE PAIRS of double-tube shoe trees for four bucks apiece! :D And not weird-ass sizes either, 9-10.5!

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Hey Spoo! Is it purse real? I passed because it looked fake. Thanks!

Wish I could help, but i dont dip into Kate Spade, so I cant tell you for sure. I dont think ive ever held one, tbh.
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I'm feeling clairvoyant; like I can predict the future...and I have a weird sense that I might be getting a PM sometime soon. 
 

*waves*

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I also found this awful Spoo & Sons Suit, but I don't know who would want that.



You DID kop that, right?

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Even though I almost always skip on this brand - I couldn't pass this up even with some frays and such. YSL Made in France Red Velvet Blazer. 
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post #84919 of 124802

Found this nice bird's eye sweater! John Rich & Bros USA Made  Sz. XL
Available for trade or sale.

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Not sure if it's relevant at this point, but yes, Kate Spade is commonly faked, but not as often as the usuals (Gucci, LV, Chanel etc).  I deal with a lot of hand bags, and what I have found with the Kate Spades is that, more than usual they will say "made in China".  Also, the logo sometimes is off center or crooked/slanted.  Also the inside will be very cheap looking/feeling.  The zippers are especially are important to look at.  The main zipper will usually be nice looking, sometimes saying "Kate Spade" but then the zippers on the inside will be plain, and just look like any ordinary zipper. Hope this helps!

post #84921 of 124802
Wow! Quite the haul.

By coincidence I also scored 3x Zarella slacks in my sze with cuff and the right length. Also got four Nordstrom dress shirts, an Ike Behar white Italian ribbed cotton and a brooks brothers butter navy tie. All real .
post #84922 of 124802

1st Bally in a thrift store. I guess women's laptop bag/ briefcase? needs a bit of TLC, but for $5, little downside.

 

 

 

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Not sure if it's relevant at this point, but yes, Kate Spade is commonly faked, but not as often as the usuals (Gucci, LV, Chanel etc).  I deal with a lot of hand bags, and what I have found with the Kate Spades is that, more than usual they will say "made in China".  Also, the logo sometimes is off center or crooked/slanted.  Also the inside will be very cheap looking/feeling.  The zippers are especially are important to look at.  The main zipper will usually be nice looking, sometimes saying "Kate Spade" but then the zippers on the inside will be plain, and just look like any ordinary zipper. Hope this helps!
Alot of real kate spade is made in China
post #84924 of 124802

 

Alden for BB unlined shell cordovan penny loafers (7.5 D)! For trade.

post #84925 of 124802

Fit today.

 

I fucking LOVE LOVE LOVE this jacket.  This is probably the sickest jacket I've thrifted in terms of uniqueness, wearability, and perfect fit for me.  So awesome.  I've had it for awhile, but finally got around to getting it dry cleaned.  It will get a shitton of wear by me.

 

 


 

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Jacket: vintage Paul Stuart alpaca/wool blend loden (thrifted)

Shirt: Barbour (discount, bought from someone here)

Jeans: Simon Miller M003 (ebay)

Shoes: Clarks Dessert Boots chukkas with commando soles (thrifted)

post #84926 of 124802
Visiting my wife's parents near Bemidji, MN this weekend. Stopped by the Bemidji Woolen Mills store. Bought some gloves and contemplated throwing down a few hundred dollars on shirts and coats. Good thing I didn't. Hit up thrifts and consignment stores nearby and filled my trunk with Bemidji Woolen Mills, Schott, Woolrich, Pendleton, etc. Pics when I get home later tonight.
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Visiting my wife's parents near Bemidji, MN this weekend. Stopped by the Bemidji Woolen Mills store. Bought some gloves and contemplated throwing down a few hundred dollars on shirts and coats. Good thing I didn't. Hit up thrifts and consignment stores nearby and filled my trunk with Bemidji Woolen Mills, Schott, Woolrich, Pendleton, etc. Pics when I get home later tonight.

Hmm, a reason to visit my brother near there...
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Sigh.  I'll be back in a few hours.

post #84929 of 124802
In store and need assist from denim experts - selvedge stiff denim jacket big e tag with r in circle. 555 on back of buttons. $250 am I in this?

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^^^ I'm no expert by any means, but $250 sounds really steep! I found a Big E selvedge denim trucker jacket a year or so ago (vintage, not LVC) and got $40. Seems that it was on the lower end but many more got about the same after looking at completed auctions. I think that if they were jeans it would be a different story.
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Visiting my wife's parents near Bemidji, MN this weekend. Stopped by the Bemidji Woolen Mills store. Bought some gloves and contemplated throwing down a few hundred dollars on shirts and coats. Good thing I didn't. Hit up thrifts and consignment stores nearby and filled my trunk with Bemidji Woolen Mills, Schott, Woolrich, Pendleton, etc. Pics when I get home later tonight.

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Can't wait for pics! Might be worth a drive up north one of these days.....
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Sigh.  I'll be back in a few hours.

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