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post #85006 of 102725
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prl my size (n/a), working cuffs, leather accents.
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Nice haul.

:drool:  But N/A :brick:

 

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Had a decent weekend.  Finds from Friday and Saturday.

 

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Is Richel any good?  2x Richel, Brooks Brothers, 2x Altea

 

Brioni, Breuer, Brooks Brothers, Dunhill

 

Clockwise from top left: BB, BB Loro Piana, Zanella, Orvis moleskin

From top left: BB, J Peterman cords, Polo by Corneliani wool/cashmere blend, Zanella, Zanella NWT, BB

 

BB Navy blazer, Polo made in USA cashmere, Oxxford linen.

 

I don't normally buy Jos Banks, but when its vintage, made in USA, 3 roll 2, blackwatch plaid?  Sure.  Vintage Hugo Boss tuxedo jacket, BB 3 roll 2 camel hair.

 

Oxxford navy pinstripe super worsted suit.

 

 

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NWT RRL rugby

 

Took a gamble on the J Peterman banded collar.  Also picked up what appears to be a fairly normal skeet...

 

except it has all these weird see-through seams.

 

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3x Charles Tyrwhitt 16.5 35 french cuff

 

Brioni Roma, Paul Stuart, another Tyrwhitt

 

 

:lol:  But serious...:puzzled:

post #85007 of 102725
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prl my size (n/a), working cuffs, leather accents.
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Nice haul.

 

 

Thanks.  That's a sweet PRL.

post #85008 of 102725
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:drool:  But N/A :brick:

 

 

 

:lol:  But serious...:puzzled:

 

I'm hoping the weird factor translates to ebay buck$$$

post #85009 of 102725
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1. Pass unless it's your size. 2. Pass. Period. 3. Cop if it's your size. Also cop and trade if it's not your size. But all depends on condition.

 

Thanks. None of them are my size. They also have cufflink sleeves which would look weird for me at work tbh.

If anyone here is interested, I can go pick it up for you.

post #85010 of 102725
I feel like there has been a lot of awesome Oxxford finds in the last day or two.
post #85011 of 102725
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

prl my size (n/a), working cuffs, leather accents.

 

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:drool:  But N/A :brick:

 

 

Agreed, that thing is cool, I'd wear the shit out of that!!  Except of course it refuses to get cold here. 84F today.

post #85012 of 102725
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:drool:  But N/A :brick:

 

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:lol:  But serious...:puzzled:

I am so confused...

post #85013 of 102725

Wow... just realized I need to start thrifting for the 100,000th post.... :cloud:

post #85014 of 102725
I heard mention of this label

Is this one any good?
post #85015 of 102725
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I heard mention of this label

Is this one any good?

Doesn't seem to be much in terms of value, I see prices at around $20-30 bucks, it's probably pretty warm though, so for wearing (if it's nice), it might be a good pick-up.
The British Mackintosh (not sure if this is it) makes good coats, but traditionally rain coats. http://www.mackintosh.com/en/collection/men/
post #85016 of 102725
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Crazy ass weather in Chicago today.  Was trying to watch the Bears Games but is hella delayed.

Prolly a good day to thrift in Chi-Town if you can make it out safely.

it wasn't a good day frown.gif
post #85017 of 102725

Yeah, can we get a head count of all our thrift thread brothers that may have been affected by the storms? Also, chime in if you're ok.

post #85018 of 102725
They were talking up the storms pretty alarmingly here yesterday, but we didn't end up getting hit. Elsewhere in KY and in IN north of us got the tornadoes.
post #85019 of 102725
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God damn, dudes. I think I have a pretty great haul and I have to follow a few crazy ass ones? Not fair.

Anyway, here's what I got from 3-4 stores in Northern Minnesota. Friendliest employees ever. Two older ladies at the first store were really excited to map out the area, thrift/consignment-wise. 

Everything is N/A for now. Best part of all of these is that they're all approximately my size. Still have to try everything on to see which are keepers.
 
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L to R: Woolrich wool w/ corduroy collar, Eddie Bauer Harris Tweed, Bemidji Woolen Mills 
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Semi close-up of the Bemidji Woolen Mills coat
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Woolrich
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EB Harris Tweed
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L to R: Judy Stern(?), Schott Down coat with removable hood, Pendleton hat, mint-ass Levi's Type 1, Pendleton western 
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Any idea a guesstimated date on this hat? Newish? Oldish? Looks like it was never worn.
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Pendleton Western w/ metal buttons
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Type 1
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Schott
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Not sure why this is sideways. Any idea what this is? Made in USA, thick canvas with wool collar and shoulders and crazy buttons.
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any idea?


Also, before I left town, I made a quick stop while running an errand for work. In the middle of a rack filled with overpriced London Fogs, I felt this and knew it was something.
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Alpaca/Virgin Wool Max Mara. Obviously not for me. 



Great haul.
post #85020 of 102725

That @Nataku is a stand up dude, I tell ya.

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