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post #98986 of 124710
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Originally Posted by staxringold View Post

FYI, Jos A. Banks has their shoe tress and basic shoe care kit on super discount (and free shipping)

http://www.josbank.com/menswear/shop/Product_11001_10050_101593
http://www.josbank.com/menswear/shop/Product_11001_10050_298754

Nice...thanks

Edit: stupid website isn't working now I have to call these bastards
Edited by klay49 - 3/14/14 at 6:41pm
post #98987 of 124710
I bought 4 silver rings on sale for £10each!


Here are 3 of them on my right hand...waiting to top up my left hand to 3 rings as well!
post #98988 of 124710

You posted that exact picture on a different thread saying that you'd been given one of those as a gift recently and had owned the other for a lot longer. Seriously, what is your deal.

Post in question: http://www.styleforum.net/t/79083/recent-purchases/13725#post_6995888

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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post

I bought 4 silver rings on sale for £10each!


Here are 3 of them on my right hand...waiting to top up my left hand to 3 rings as well!
post #98989 of 124710
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Originally Posted by woodchuck312 View Post
 

Pretty decent hit after work today, Alden Shells, AE Byrons, Hanover LB Shep's.  Levis x Warhol Limiteds, 3 Kiton Ties, 2 Isaia, and a crap load of Carrot & Gibbs ties(never gotten these before but if they don't flip well they will go in the closet.  Loden Black formal coat, and I'm sure i'm forgetting some other stuff lol

I think someone in Austin has taken it upon themselves to continually drive around, hit stores several times a day and buy every single shoe worth anything.  I haven't found a decent shoe lot in more than a month. @jgill79 ?

 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

A few things from today.

 

SOO happy with my new lighting set up (WHITE background for suits and coats :slayer:)

Really fantastic, that's some next level shit right there.

 

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Originally Posted by VasanthSK View Post
 

First styleforum post ever, so here goes (apologies for lighting and camera–am a poor med student):


AppleMark

Beat me to it... great first post, welcome!

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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post


Paul Stuart FF. Mine
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:slayer:

post #98990 of 124710
Hey guys,
I haven't been out in a long time but today I got another great buy.
RLPL 100% cashmere blazer.
I can't decided if I should keep it or sell it.

Cheers
post #98991 of 124710
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post

Pretty great day today.



Navy JP Tilford Samuelsohn two button dual vented 41 short


Navy EZ three button dual vented 40r



Blueish navy Alexander mcqueen three button dual vented size 46R

Avail if anyone is interested

I mentioned this before to you, but there's a bit needed for your presentation. This might be treading into the flipping talk, but if you want to sell or trade your items for a good value; then a proper mannequin and a steamer is a must. It might put a small dent in your wallet at first, but it will pay off very very quickly. Your spongebob mannequin would even make a Kiton look off....your lighting is improving; another one and you might be right on.

A steamer in my opinion is a must even for just personal use. There is a reason why they are used at retail....fast, effective, and safe for almost all clothing items. I only use an iron to put creases in my shirts and some pants; steamer for everything else. If you have a woman living with you, the value of a steamer to them is far greater than for a man. Lots of woman's clothing are blends and have details that make ironing a nightmare that a steamer flies through.
post #98992 of 124710
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Originally Posted by div25sec9 View Post

I mentioned this before to you, but there's a bit needed for your presentation. This might be treading into the flipping talk, but if you want to sell or trade your items for a good value; then a proper mannequin and a steamer is a must. It might put a small dent in your wallet at first, but it will pay off very very quickly. Your spongebob mannequin would even make a Kiton look off....your lighting is improving; another one and you might be right on.

A steamer in my opinion is a must even for just personal use. There is a reason why they are used at retail....fast, effective, and safe for almost all clothing items. I only use an iron to put creases in my shirts and some pants; steamer for everything else. If you have a woman living with you, the value of a steamer to them is far greater than for a man. Lots of woman's clothing are blends and have details that make ironing a nightmare that a steamer flies through.

I understand, these are just my photos for you guys, tags still on and everything. I try a bit more when it comes to flipping. But steamer is going to be my first purchase of mine. I appreciate the feedback 100%
post #98993 of 124710
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post


I understand, these are just my photos for you guys, tags still on and everything. I try a bit more when it comes to flipping. But steamer is going to be my first purchase of mine. I appreciate the feedback 100%


I think I'm going to buy an iron with a steamer setting...

post #98994 of 124710
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

'Sup, my dudes.

Here's from the rest of this week.

Paul Stuart FF. Mine

photo IMG_3544_zpscf121924.jpg
 

Thrift synergy  :fistbump:

 

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Originally Posted by jebarne View Post
 
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

A few things from today.

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SOO happy with my new lighting set up (WHITE background for suits and coats :slayer:)

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E-thrifted from last week

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they look great. you should be happy. How far in front of the background is your mannequin set up?

Just enough to place lights on either side to light up the backdrop and not light of the mannequin itself, about 3 ft

 

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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post
 

You posted that exact picture on a different thread saying that you'd been given one of those as a gift recently and had owned the other for a lot longer. Seriously, what is your deal.

Post in question: http://www.styleforum.net/t/79083/recent-purchases/13725#post_6995888

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Originally Posted by Hirsh View Post

I bought 4 silver rings on sale for £10each!


Here are 3 of them on my right hand...waiting to top up my left hand to 3 rings as well! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

:rotflmao:

post #98995 of 124710
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post

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Exactly what I had in mind when I wrote it.
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Thrift synergy  fistbump.gif

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post #98996 of 124710

Is anyone here from Vegas?????? :puzzled:

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I might have a problem...



And all the bag bans around here suck.
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Buy a couple of rubbermaid storage bins or such.

post #98999 of 124710
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Buy a couple of rubbermaid storage bins or such.

Yeah I have some, but I'm driving the wife's car today. Lots of interesting stuff on this mini road trip. wink.gif

Now I'm on to the best pickup of the day.


Edited by Fueco - 3/14/14 at 7:42pm
post #99000 of 124710
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Yeah I have some, but I'm driving the wife's car today. Lots of interesting stuff on this mini road trip. wink.gif

Now I'm on to the best pickup of the day.

There's a lot I miss about California (and just as much I don't). The ready availability of tasty burritos is definitely one of them.
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