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Originally Posted by size 38R View Post
 

Yah, Keep it.   :nodding:

 

 

 "Why thrift if you can't keep some nice things for yourself??".

 

enjoy it.

 

Completely agree. I was lamenting the other day that I haven't found anything really awesome in a while. Then I looked inside my closet yesterday and remembered that almost all the nice things in there were thrifted...

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In Quebec and won't ship to US FYI. I messaged about shipping to US, but if they agree, its going to be expensive...
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Originally Posted by TJhambone09 View Post


In Quebec and won't ship to US FYI. I messaged about shipping to US, but if they agree, its going to be expensive...

 

The auction says ships worldwide...


But maybe one of the canucks here can take advantage of it! Looks like a decent summer/casual shoe!

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

Holy crap... I just figured out what this leather jacket I found today is. It's a current model from Orvis called "Featherweight Lambskin Jacket". I paid a LOT less than retail... Given that I've sold the last two leather jackets I found, perhaps it's time to keep one? Fits like a glove...

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

Staple as they come; if it fits, I would keep for sure. 

post #98526 of 118284
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

The auction says ships worldwide...


But maybe one of the canucks here can take advantage of it! Looks like a decent summer/casual shoe!

Yea but on the app it says "Item does not ship to NY" next to shipping cost. I went on the website and it says I have an invalid zip for calculating shipping.

Thinking about being one of the guys everyone complains about in the eBay thread and bidding anyway. I mean it does say worldwide. I don't want to get stuck with an unplanned $50 shipping charge though.
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Seriously. I want to thrift where he thrifts. He consistently finds such amazing stuff that it boggles my mind.

Thanks, guys. It's a combination of luck and straight up hard work.

And no you don't, unless you want to get shived.

(I kid, I kid. Always happy to meet up. More fun and, at least with GM-H, I always find better stuff. Definitely get @ me if you're ever in my area)
post #98528 of 118284
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Originally Posted by TJhambone09 View Post

Yea but on the app it says "Item does not ship to NY" next to shipping cost. I went on the website and it says I have an invalid zip for calculating shipping.

Thinking about being one of the guys everyone complains about in the eBay thread and bidding anyway. I mean it does say worldwide. I don't want to get stuck with an unplanned $50 shipping charge though.

Lol shipping from Canada for shoes should be like 20-25 bucks. Maybe less if you don't want a box and ask shipper to put shoes in paper bags then wrap them together in a tyvex envelope or whatever.
post #98529 of 118284
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Thanks, guys. It's a combination of luck and straight up hard work.

And no you don't, unless you want to get shived.

(I kid, I kid. Always happy to meet up. More fun and, at least with GM-H, I always find better stuff. Definitely get @ me if you're ever in my area)

I'm in Boston. Guessing you're in the western mass area?

I'd like to meet up with some Boston folk sometime. I think that would make this more fun too. I don't have a car so that makes my distances and potential spots pretty limited and set in high traffic areas.

I think I do okay all that considered!
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Holy fuck G, I haven't seen that much Chanel, since, well, the last time I was in the Chanel store. Nice work!
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Haven't found one of these in forever. Got two, one NWT.


How in the world does NWT Robert Graham end up as dead stock?! Great find!
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Heads up for small shoe guys. These are pretty nice and a decent price. Hard to find this style under $100 preowned (trust me I know). Already have the strand or would be buying them myself.

 

Allen Edmonds Stratton Medallion Cap Dress Shoe, Black size 7.5 D

post #98533 of 118284
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Originally Posted by arnathor View Post

Got super lucky at the local VV (it being 50%) 
Spent a whole $13 and walked away with a recent blue Coppley Blazer  (pockets still basted) and Grey Wool Trousers, also Coppley. Both need tailoring, but at $13, I wasn't saying no.

Of course, living minutes away from the factory itself has its benefits! 

I think it is safe to say I might be SF's most ardent supporter of Coppley.

Hamilton?
post #98534 of 118284
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post


You're my boy, Blue.

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Appreciate all the thumbs and comments on the fit.

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Had good luck today. 2 stores total between a manic day of meetings and calls.

Button front cardi. Can anyone drop knowledge about this maker?



NWT Woverine cord shacket. Weighs a freaking ton, and stuck around long enough to be half price. How does that even happen?


I spotted this from down the rack. Initially I discounted it because it looked kind of shiny and gaudy. But when I got to it, something about it spoke to me just enough to have me grab it off the rack. And I'm glad I did. Because it's grown on me as quite possibly one of the nicest single pieces I've ever found. I don't know who made it -- and there are no mfr tags I can find, so we may never know -- nor do I know much about the retailer (though I seem to recall the LA guys saying it was high end), but this thing is, quite simply, superb. The fabric is almost certainly cashmere blend or pure silk. It's lightly structured, triple patch pocket and dual vent. Fits like a 40R. That lapel roll might as well be purring like a kitten.


But it didn't end there. Because then I found this, which fits me perfectly.


Then, on my way home after class, I made a last minute stop.
First up is a 100% cashmere Jack Victor. Dual vent, 42L, available.


Checked out the tie rack. Found a couple of ties.




Dunhill


And these Frenchies.

 

 

You are on a tie roll lately, G. Well done. Or should I say, holy shit!

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Originally Posted by Towers View Post

Hamilton?
yes sir
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