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I've never used vinegar in the method and it's always worked perfectly without it.
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Wow - there have been some awesome hauls on here lately! Well done, guys!

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How bad is it? When I have small spots or just collar staining that isn't too bad, I just apply a water/Oxy paste and let it sit for a couple of hours. Launder normally after that. I've had good results and definitely cuts the time down. Probably much less likely for the tag to bleed if you're just spot treating.

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Ive been seeing alot of crazy colabs lately.

Just yesterday....

Southwick x Taylor Stitch

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First time I've copped shoes at a thrift. Good buy or should I have left them? They're super clean and super soft. Also available if anyone's interested in them(if they were a good cop)

 

 

 

 

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Looks barely used so good
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Looks barely used so good

appreciate it. i usually leave shoes alone because i haven't delved into them and dont' want to get burnt haha

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For your entertainment, and proof that treasures await anyone.AppleMark

 

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This Sport Coat is lovely. The fit is unbelievable, its  molds itself to your body and drapes into ever crevace. Its almost like a North face puffer coat, in the aspect that it can be stored in a small space due to the incredibly soft nature, and hand tailoring. Soft edges, not angular or boxy. Too big for me, thank god.

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Nataku is this Grail Level?

 

:D

 

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Nataku is this Grail Level?

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Paul Stuart 40R tweed, unlined, dual exhaust, three button
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Zegna Cashco Cashmere Corduroy Jacket, dual vent, 50EU
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"Cashco" -- heh.lol8[1].gif I should get that to wear with my Zegna corduroy trousers, which are, I must say, pretty luxe.
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Overdue thanks to:

 

K4lnamja for showing my wife and I around San Francisco. He was very generous and we had a great time with him.

 

Sparrow for some Gucci loafers

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How is everyone not crazy excited for this kit on. Have we moved onto gap?
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How is everyone not crazy excited for this kit on. Have we moved onto gap?
Pretty sweet but it looks orphan to me.
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First time I've copped shoes at a thrift. Good buy or should I have left them? They're super clean and super soft. Also available if anyone's interested in them(if they were a good cop)

 

 

Good if you're following woodchuck312's buying formula.

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ALL AVAILABLE :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Heh, its just a company (possibly out of business) that was located just south of Minneapolis/St. Paul.

 

I just chuckled a bit when I saw it.

 

The stuff is decent quality but doesn't have a ton of resale value.

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