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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.

  1. richnet12

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    That is pretty darn merry Wes
     
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  2. richnet12

    richnet12 Well-Known Member

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    Beef Wellington beats the heck outta chips and fish.
     
  3. MJMcRibb

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    Speaking of Seinfeld; it's December 23rd, so Happy Festivus to all!
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  4. Purplelabel

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    Bollocks... Too late.
     
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  5. OolongT

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    Our office has a Festivus pole which someone (wrongly!) decorated with lights.

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  6. impuntura

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    Ran into a friend today.he thrifted this for 7.99 last night.
    Merry Christmas to him .
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    Holy shit. Dat dial patina.
     
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  11. capnwes

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    One item of note from last night...

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  12. richnet12

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    Paul Smith dinner jacket with velvet peak lapels size 38..

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    Carolyn Herrera tweed jacket, no info tags...

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    J. Press tweed jacket for the big guys..

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    Brooks Brothers Fitzgerald suit with missing and a broken sleeve button..and for the really smaller dude..

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    This is so uplifting to see, I need to know more about desirable classical records. Recent findings, not as cool as the above. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Coincidentally, I heard a really funny anecdote about John Cage over dinner. When he visited a music festival abroad with a colleague he would plan these hikes. On one of the hikes, his colleague recalled him picking up a mushroom and putting it into his basket, taking note of its features, genus, etc. He would leave a note where the mushroom used to be, saying that the mushroom was taken by John Cage and that everything was alright and that he hoped no one misses the mushroom. How cute!
     
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  14. Thrift Vader

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    Dat Raiders Jacket. . :slayer:
     
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    Dat Paul Smith dinner jacket...
     
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  17. thebuddahman

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    Can someone help a brother out with identifying the maker of my Dunhill blazer? Tag is old as hell and falling apart which hasn't helped my search...

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  18. dad2bandm

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    How is fit of this jacket?

    Trying to find size tag and this jacket has no tags. Only the Zegna brand tag? Shouldn't there be a content tag or something?
    I'm assuming this is not orphan given it's structure and look?


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  19. eazye

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    ^^^^^The collar shouldn't be gaping open like that when you life your arm only halfway up. Also just a smidge too long and wide. Nice jacket though!

    edit: the too long comment is only judging from where your thumb ends. I realize this isn't a good way to gauge fit on everyone, but, there it is.
     
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  20. Purplelabel

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    Buddah, I'm not sure. Looks familiar, but can't put my finger on it.

    That Zegna jacket is swish, but a bit big as Eazy stated. Hella nice.
     

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