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***The Official eBay / B&S / eShop Someone-Should-Kop Thread***

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Razele, Apr 16, 2010.

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  1. the shah

    the shah Well-Known Member

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    Too $hort.
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    Well done
     
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    TB knit is cool but the price isn't great I think it retailed for 5 or 600 and was on sale at Barneys
     
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    main reason I have not placed a bid.
     
  5. KitAkira

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    TB knit is cool but the price isn't great I think it retailed for 5 or 600 and was on sale at Barneys
    Really? Seems cheap for a TB knit. Can't think of any that I've seen retail at <$1k lol
     
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    Really? Seems cheap for a TB knit. Can't think of any that I've seen retail at <$1k lol

    It was from the spring "affordable" line
     
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    Uncontrol... where you at ?

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    haha not my size, cool tho
     
  10. KitAkira

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    Prorsum python trench It's been up there before, open bidding without reserve this time though. If someone here buys it and posts a fit pic there will be much [​IMG]ing DH suit sz.46 Had my eye on this, but I don't want to be dropping any cash before my trip [​IMG] TB suit sz.2 Alright deal, if you're baller enough for TB
     
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    Prorsum python trench

    It's been up there before, open bidding without reserve this time though. If someone here buys it and posts a fit pic there will be much [​IMG]ing

    DH suit sz.46

    Had my eye on this, but I don't want to be dropping any cash before my trip [​IMG]

    TB suit sz.2

    Alright deal, if you're baller enough for TB


    Blah, why can't the DH be 44.
     
  12. KitAkira

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    I'm assuming you've tried on DH? Sizing up is pretty easy to do with DH suiting
     
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    I have a 44 blazer that fits me perfectly everywhere but the chest (it's a bit big in the chest.) Although if the price stays low and if I don't spend much money when I go shopping tomorrow I might consider it. I'm a little smaller than a true 34R.
     
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    Prorsum python trench

    It's been up there before, open bidding without reserve this time though. If someone here buys it and posts a fit pic there will be much [​IMG]ing


    And Emma Watson will boink you.
     
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    If you get that python trench, you need to get the purple velvet blazer that prosum also made.
     
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    If you get that python trench, you need to get the purple velvet blazer that prosum also made.

    really wanted magician's even if it wouldn't fit
     
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    really wanted magician's even if it wouldn't fit

    +1 haha

    burberry trench is sick
     
  18. mickey711

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    really wanted magician's even if it wouldn't fit

    +1. Why isn't it a 36? [​IMG]

    I wouldn't know what to wear it with though.
     
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  20. AR_Six

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    Prorsum trench auction is nonsensical... no size tag and the measurements do not refer to human physiology. Chest is sized for a US 46, shoulders for a US 36.
     

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