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Local spot had 6-7 of these vintage dead stock made in USA snap T Patagonia fleece pullovers in cool patterns. Left my wallet in the car so I grabbed them and put them behind the register and ran to the car.

Came back and some dude was walking out with them already... He didn't even look me in the eye. Asshole. He left one.



My fault I guess, had just gotten lunch so I had my wallet out.

Also this cool J Crew unstructured Madras SC with horn buttons wish it fit tagged S fits 37/38R will prob hold until spring summer.

Not pictured, icebreaker merino wool shirt haul. All for me. All NWT
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I went to Marshall's based on some of the nice finds other people here have found--what a pile of shit--jelly of you guys pulling rlpl and Kiton from yours.
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Better pics of the PRL Tweed Coat and the Shearling.

 


 

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Forgot these. Minty! Fit really slim, I want to make them work for me but they might be too slim...

Carson street Clothiers chinos. Tagged 32. Made in USA. Tentatively unavailable but pm me if interested going to ask my tailor for his opinion.



Thread first? Haven't seen anyone else post them before, this stuff is QUALITY!
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Holy fuck that PRL coat is sexy.
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Today's stuff -- NA. PS is Ashear, others are no-name (belt is from the Gap, which is worse than no tag, but my need for a black bridle belt is limited enough that it's okay).

 

Sulka is a cherry pop, from the "children's costume" section, and minty. Lucky me.

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Holy fuck that PRL coat is sexy.

Nope....not your size. Assuming it's an overcoat it's about a 42 probably. As just a tweed coat, worn without a jacket or suit, it's more of a 46 ish.

 

But, have no fear....the next piece is going to wake you up Eazy.

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Does anyone have any insight? Once an item is marked with a yellow tag at Marshalls, is that the lowest it will ever be? Or are there further markdowns?

 

 

I was told yesterday that they'll keep marking things down. Yellow tag is the "lowest price," but that doesn't mean you won't find something with two or three generations of yellow tags on it. Marshalls will keep reducing things until they sell.

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Anyone wanna look like a foot soldier in the russian mob?


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I was told yesterday that they'll keep marking things down. Yellow tag is the "lowest price," but that doesn't mean you won't find something with two or three generations of yellow tags on it. Marshalls will keep reducing things until they sell.

thanks for the insight! found some really good stuff but after closer inspection, most had small defects! might be worth a grab if they mark it down further! A day of near misses for me! 

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All thrifts! 

 

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Some firsts today and some potentially questionable items, but let me know what you think!

 

No-name Made in USA Polo Coat

 

 

Lots of vintage Brooks, Hardy Amies, Gant, Santa J. Press, Old ass looking Sulka, Polo, and a couple randomers

 

 

Samuelsohn Blue Blazer with Working cuffs 46XL

 

 

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Burberry buttons?

 

 

 

Unfortunately a bit old.  Thought this said Bill Clinton at first.

 

 

Another Samuelsohn 46XL

 


 

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Trafalgar Belts

 


 

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Harris Tweed 40L (I don't want to hear it)

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And another....  38R

 

 

Cameltoe Camel Polo 

 


 

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Chaps for Barneys 39R

 

 

Chaps for Saks 39R
 

 

 

Pretty New Topsider A/O's

 

Brooks Brother's by Alden.  

 

 

 

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Pink, Burberry's, Turnbull & Asser Tux shirt NWT

 

 

HF Merino feeling LS polo

 

 

 

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I went to Marshall's based on some of the nice finds other people here have found--what a pile of shit--jelly of you guys pulling rlpl and Kiton from yours.

 

A conversation I had recently with a store manager at Ross (think cheaper version of Marshalls with lesser stuff) tells me that they (and Marshalls and TJ Maxx as well) move stuff around to different markets where they will sell quicker. If you're in an area where the vast majority of men don't dress up for work (as I am), you probably won't have good selections at these stores. And within the markets, the stores' selection can vary dramatically! A quick Yelp search tells me that I have at least 25 Marshalls and TJ Maxx stores within 100 miles (!!). I've seen Kiton and RLPL at some while others have nothing better than Michael Kors. The best stores seem to be the one in nicer neighborhoods... Sad, but true. Fortunately for me, that means that my local TJ Maxx store is one of the better ones. Since it's only a <5 minute drive from home, it gets checked often!

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