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You're fits are great Eazy, especially the coat. Are the sportcoat sleeves a bit short? My seamstress does them longer. Just wondering.
Thanks you sir! Nope the sleeves are just right. wink.gif


+1 Sleeves just perfect to me. Most people have sleeves that are too long... show that shirt cuff :fonz:

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Happy Thanksgiving!

May your day be filled with FOOD, DRINKS, FOOTBALL, AND #MENSWEAR!


Thanks for a wonderful thread!

Have a great weekend guys!
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No one else avoiding family? Don't really wanna mill around with the girlfriends family so I'm avoiding everyone. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
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You're fits are great Eazy, especially the coat. Are the sportcoat sleeves a bit short? My seamstress does them longer. Just wondering.
Thanks you sir! Nope the sleeves are just right. wink.gif


+1 Sleeves just perfect to me. Most people have sleeves that are too long... show that shirt cuff :fonz:


Cool. I guess its just a matter of styling. I don't think it looks bad, I was just curious. I once read that Brioni jackets have shorter sleeves to show the cuff and the Brionis I've seen were all about an inch shorter than what I usually see on a jacket.

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If there's one "proper" length for sleeves, it's the own that Eazy has.

Happy Thanksgiving y'all! I'm off to run, then cook, then hang out with friends...
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Two sweet Pendleton finds (n/a):

 

board shirt and weird sweater (Click to show)

 

 

And the g/f found a sweet Gloverall in size 36. Haven't had a chance to try it on yet, but probably will be avail., since it's almost certainly too short in the arms for me.

 

gloverall (Click to show)

 

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I am thankful for my family, friends, good health and this wonderful community we have here. I am a member on several other forums for other hobbies but this one is by far the most friendliest and trusting bunch. Cheers! cheers.gif
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My good holiday deed is done... just sold a watch for a good friend :nodding: It's nice that my hobby has been able to also help my friends out as well.

 

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Happy thanksgiving!!!

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To all our American brethern here (which, now that I think of it, is probably 90% of the audience): Happy Thanksgiving!
cheers.gif

In Canada, we do ours in October. It's a long weekend for us but nothing can beat the extra-long weekend you guys get.

Enjoy!
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Happy Thanksgiving my broes.

Ive got lots to be thankful for this year, and in large part to thrifting and to the community here, who not only support my business with consignments, but more importantly, have learned so much from and have built some great friendships from.
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And for you denim guys mwink%5B1%5D.gif Samurai Jeans S5000VX - MINT & STIFF!


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wow wow wee wow! I like! ...one of the best jean finds that I've seen on here.

On the topic of raw selvedge denim; is there a guide to figure out sizing? I haven't figured out the whole "shrink to fit" vs "stretch to conform to body" puzzle. How do you determine if denim is sanforized? I'm sure most of these answers can be found at a knowledgeable retailer, but when it's a random find at a thrift; answers about a specific brand and model are hard to come by.
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This just happened. Twice Baked sweet potatoes are next.

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This just happened. Twice Baked sweet potatoes are next.


Forgive my Canadian ignorance, but what is twice baked sweet potatoes? What do you mix them with before baking the second time?
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