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5/4 drops DRKSHDW, +J, RLPL, Club Monaco OFFER ME

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by VitaTimH, Mar 11, 2013.

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    Help Tim fund his final summer vacation :) Most of this is stuff that never really fit right but I've been too fond of to part with. Feel free to PM for more pictures / measurements.

    Shipping and Paypal not included. Feel free to negotiate.

    1. [IC] Rick Owens FW10 'Gleam' brown wool / rayon blazer SOLD
    Size: M, fits true 38
    Condition: 9.9/10 NWT worn out once for several hours
    Price: $425 $400
    Description: Bought from user im_parfait on SuFu / SZ. Still an interest check because I'm not quite sure I want to part with it yet, but I could really, really use the money. This is without doubt the most bad-ass blazer I've seen in person.

    Runway: http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8127/00060mx.jpg
    Fit pic: http://i.imgur.com/6SXLua5.jpg
    Fit pic 2: http://cdn.styleforum.net/d/dd/900x900px-LL-dd3efbd3_20130418_174021.jpeg

    2. DRKSHDW pearl grosgrain jacket
    Size: XL, fits true 38
    Condition: 7/10, some fraying at edges but does not detract from garment
    Price: $165 $150 $140
    Description: Fits me pretty well in the body, but I've discovered that cropped jackets do not flatter my body, as I have relatively wide hips.

    Similar to: http://ygwearswhat.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/g-dragon-drkshdw-leather-sleeve.png

    3. Thom Browne white classic oxford SOLD
    Size: 2, fits 36 / slim 38
    Condition: 5/10, bought new with defects (rip under collar, invisible when worn), then worn for a year
    Price: $85
    Description: Fit perfectly when I got it, but I've grown a little such that there's a small bit of pulling when worn. I also picked up a Black Fleece white oxford that I actually like better. That being said, I'm perfectly fine with keeping this so please don't lowball.

    4. Uniqlo +J navy cotton / linen cardigan
    Size: M, fits 36 / slim 38
    Condition: 8/10, worn sparingly
    Price: $60 $50 $40
    Description: Forgot where I got this but I've had it for a while. Always been a little tight on me as far as I can remember. Not much to say, just a great quality staple blue cardigan, perfect for the upcoming warmer months.

    5. RL Purple Label blue striped shirt
    Size: M, fits 38
    Condition: 6/10, would be higher but previous owner shortened sleeves
    Price: $70 $55
    Description: Superlative quality as per usual with Purple Label. Worn lightly to work several times in a decently sized rotation, but the sleeves have always been too short for me. Again, not much to say, just an awesome, silky-smooth shirt.

    6. [FT / FS] Club Monaco gray cotton "flannel"
    Size: XS, fits 36 / slim 38
    Condition: 8/10, worn sparingly
    Price: $45 or trade for S
    Description: Impulse bought at Club Monaco sale last season because they didn't have a Small. Fit perfectly, but shrunk over repeated washings. Would be very very interested in trading for a small if anyone has it!

    Thanks for reading, and feel free to PM with any additional inquiries.

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