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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.

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  1. DeadBoy

    DeadBoy Well-Known Member

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    I'm a medium in Gitman Vintage if he isn't. And I got some big guy stuff...
     
  2. matty long legs

    matty long legs Well-Known Member

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    5 NWT ties. Left to right:
    Hickey Freeman (available), 3 x PRL wool (all available), Barneys ((not available).
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  3. eazye

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    Yea BOC = bottom of collar. I wear a small in most shirts, so might be too big for me. Let me know if you want one of these, I'd rather them go to good dudes on here than to the bay. On another note, I decided to see if this good luck would keep going and stopped in at a place on my way to the grocery store. I came out with what could be the most wearable piece of Robert Graham I've ever seen. Tan, completely unstructured, un-padded, summer blazer. patch pockets, 4 button working surgeon cuffs, single vented. Even the lining is pretty cool, and a touch of Thom Browne on the sleeves. Size XL, Mexicutioner, I'm looking at you.
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  4. bytor13

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    Wow! Great hauls Eazy & JP! JP - If any of those Oxxfords have 18-ish shoulders, you know I'm in!

    Also, there's a new thrift forum out there?



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  5. eddievddr10

    eddievddr10 Well-Known Member

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    Ties, L-R, shetland, seal, solid blue wool, dirty old man. N/A
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    i have this tie made by band f outsiders like this one mine says b.o.o. (i guess as an acronym and boo i just flashed you) http://hypebeast.com/2010/05/colette-band-outsiders-colored-tie/ cool piece


    here you go let me know what you think (read all his posts going forward on this thread) http://www.styleforum.net/t/245586/...d-retailers-yes-this-was-in-2011-not-1939/195
     
  6. TheNeedMachine

    TheNeedMachine Well-Known Member

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    What's on the back of the DOM tie? The one I found not too long ago had a peek-a-boo nudie - did you check the back, my good man?

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    mexicutioner Well-Known Member

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  8. eazye

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    No peek a boo. :facepalm:


    Really? I'm glad I stick to this thread then.
     
  9. Tweets

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  10. mexicutioner

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    also: that RG is pretty awesome, if the label said ETRO instead of ROBERT GRAHAM, everyone would be all over it. pm me the measurements! :slayer:
     
  11. SpooPoker

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    10000% fake. But, some of the better fakes that I have seen.



    Will. reap. hundreds. Well done.
     
  12. Typhoid Jones

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    ^^^ I spent the better part of the afternoon drinking with a friend of mine who is visiting from Germany AND THIS IS WHAT I HAVE TO COME HOME TO!?! I literally kicked my desk when I saw the tags and realized the maker. And It's my size, too! [​IMG]
     
  13. eazye

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    Just a kick? Not a full fledged flip? :devil:
     
  14. eazye

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    I'm keeping for now, but........:stirpot: P.s, is that Versace shirt real? Worth the 90 cents I paid for it? I've only seen a handful of his stuff and it's always been jacked up in price.
     
  15. Typhoid Jones

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    ^^^ I'm waiting until I see the thing in a Thrift Fit before I completely lose it. Did I mention that it's my size, too? [​IMG]
     
  16. eazye

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    Coming up.
     
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    Yeah, thats a great coat. You should keep it, if you don't have one like it. Im sure it weighs a ton. Otherwise, ^ dude up there will be more than happy to take it off your hands :laugh:

    GV shirt is real, Id give it 30 ebay bucks at best.
     
  18. ChetB

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    Nataku, eazye, Jpmorris—sweet finds! The Purple Label suit, the Brioni overcoat, and all those T&A shirts are especially awesome.
     
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    According to the thread eddievddr10 posted, Frenchy was only banned through May of this year. Did he do something to extend the ban?
     
  20. eazye

    eazye Well-Known Member

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    O.k, 90 degree thrift fit pick in a overcoat.
    Brioni topcoat. thrifted
    Marks and Spencer check shirt. thrifted
    Brioni knit tie. thrifted
    Levis "Gentleman Trousers" blackwatch trousers. thrifted
    AE Dalton boots. ebay
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