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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. Tweets

    Tweets Well-Known Member

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    Brand name is "Feathers" low end items
     
  2. ilikethelights

    ilikethelights Well-Known Member

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    Vintage stuff that would never sell on ebay tends to sell on Etsy pretty well for cool stuff like that.
     
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  3. MZhammer

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    Thanks for the history lesson. Found a pair yesterday, perhaps the pair you put back, but didn't recognize the brand.
     
  4. thriftydood

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    After posting the LP polo, I realized that there's a bunch of polo shirts I had never posted here. A few were picked up before I started posting here, but most were picked up during the fall/winter when I didn't bother posting them.

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    Ted Baker SS polo, no logo (available, 3, fits like a slim medium)
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    Gant Rugger SS polo, discreet tonal logo (available, Large)
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    Brunello Cucinelli button-down SS polo, no logo (available, EU 54)
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    Neil Barrett SS polo, no logo, stripes on left sleeve (available, XL, but fits like a slim Large or a Medium)
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    Raf Simons x Fred Perry SS mesh polo--unfortunately, this is more Fred Perry than Raf Simons
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    D & G SS polo, unfortunately it says D & G Dolce & Gabbana fairly prominently on the chest (available, EU 54)
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    J. Crew x Billy Reid SS polo, shoulder epaulettes and two flap pockets in front (available, Small, but fits like a Medium)
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    Prada SS polo (available, Medium)
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    Givenchy SS polo
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    James Perse SS polo, no logo (available, 3)
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    James Perse SS polo, no logo (available, 4)
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    Burberry Brit SS polo, contrast logo, nova check under the collar and on the sides (available, no size tag, fits like a Medium)
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    Burberry London SS polo, discreet tonal logo (available, Large)
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    Dior Homme SS polo
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    For good measure, a summer button-up shirt I picked up this past winter:
    Brooks Brothers NWT Madras plaid SS shirt, regular fit (available, Medium)
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  5. eazye

    eazye Well-Known Member

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    First round of photos, new ties and pocket squares. N/A as these are for myself.
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  6. eazye

    eazye Well-Known Member

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    Jackets
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    Lands End is for my wife.
     
  7. dexconstruct

    dexconstruct Well-Known Member

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    Some recent finds.

    Bad ASS recent Samuelsohn wool/mohair blue suit. 42L.


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    Vintage BR safari shirt

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    Gitman Gold shirt.

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    Sweet vintage camo outfit. Anyone heard of Kiffe?

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    Brioni khakis.

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  8. FETIDI

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    The BELVEST tag looks authentic. CUZZENS is a high end chain of stores in LAS VEGAS.They had locations in a number of casinos like the HILTON and CAESARS PALACE. 20+ years ago they were the only store selling brands like BRIONI, BELVEST,RICCI and D'AVENZA here in LAS VEGAS.
     
  9. Guitar Preacher

    Guitar Preacher Well-Known Member

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    thriftydood I almost always skip SS shirts unless I'm finding a lot of good stuff in one store. I think you've inspired me look more often. Awesome stuff.
     
  10. sparrow

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    Thats a nice find!
    very indiana!
    Now you need a hat and jacket too
     
  11. dexconstruct

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    I'd really like to thrift some Alden Indy boots.
     
  12. noob in 89

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    Where does one find these eager Japanese nationals? I have been 100% fascinated by this underground cabal (I imagine them as sweaty, uncharacteristically balding, and sporting over-sized 1980's glasses) ever since a co-worker revealed to me that pre-internet, the Japanese had purchased secret nude videos of her, taken when she worked at a massage parlor. (I guess they've moved on to cardigans since then...)

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  13. futuremyth

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    Fair Isle knit is a beaut.
     
  14. eazye

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    Suits and sportcoats. Madras is from Ian. :slayer: Hickey found by Silverwearbandit but he let me keep it as it fits perfectly. :slayer: Prada's are Steve Harvey 4 buttons, but were dirt cheap, so worth a try.
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  15. eazye

    eazye Well-Known Member

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    Oxxford cashmere trousers. BoO traded from Silverwearbandit, Tourist shirt traded from Nat, Florsheim Royal Imperial, Sebago beefrolls, cool mod portable lamp.
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  16. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Well-Known Member

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    Damn, that Hickey looks nice. :slayer:
     
  17. joshmick

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    nice haul, E!

    What size are those florsheims long wings?
     
  18. eazye

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    It literally fits perfectly!



    10.5 D with suicide heels and available! :D
     
  19. suited

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    Nice stuff eazy.
     
  20. barrelntrigger

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    Wait...What?! They secretly taped her while she was working nude at a "massage parlor?"
     
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