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Big cheap clearout - 16 work shirts (H&K, RLPL, Borrelli, Crombie), with free pants, ties and square

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Okay to avoid confusion, everything listed is being sold as a single (ie one) lot for 200usd

If you take this lot today, I will throw in the vintage briefcase that I'm also selling for absolutely free!

A big closet clearout. I'm moving onto (HK) bespoke and seriously cutting back on my stuff. The shirts are or have all been work shirts, some may have small issues but 'wearable' for work. Some may have been altered for a slim fit. I'll try to have a careful look and list faults (see the abbreviations list).


Some good stuff here; pricing just to shift them out and hopefully benefit someone starting out. I'm guessing that after shipping I'll get maybe a few dollars in my paypal account.

I'm a 40R suit size, 15.5-16 shirt size (34 centre of collar to cuff sleeve length) and 34-36 pants with 30-31 inseam. Please don't ask me to measure anything :)

FC= french cuff
SC= spread collar
CC =contrast collar
DBC=double button collar
CF= collar and or cuff fraying
CS= collar cuff staining

From the big picture: from left to right, top to bottom
[1] IGN Joseph blue check with FC, tiny stains on back
[2] Crombie blue twill SC, FC
[3] Crombie pink weave ultra SC, FC
[4] Autograph (Marks and Spencer line designed by Timothy Everest) blue houndstooth FC
[5] Borrelli blue with white CC, CS, CF
[6] RLPL purple and grey stripes, CC, FC. Has darning repair in left armpit, unseen under normal circumstances

[7] Hilditch and Key bespoke, DBC, blue stripe with white CC, super soft fabric, some CF at tips, FC
[8] TMLewin French stripe with FC
[9] Thomas Pink blue check with FC, 'superfine two fold cotton'
[10] Crombie ultra SC, pink windowpane with CC, CS
[11] Canali blue twill
[12] Crombie blue stripe FC

[13] Hilditch &Key bespoke, pink stripe,DBC, CC, FC
[14] Hilditch & Key blue and pink stripe 'finest two fold cotton', CC, FC, slight CS
[15] Hilditch & Key blue and green stripe 'finest two fold cotton', CC, FC, CF
[16] Hilditch & Key bespoke cream slightly fuzzy cotton, FC, slight CS.



Free pants
[1] Brooks Brothers Elliot grey 'flannel/ moleskin' type, cuffs
[2] FCUK black 'velvet'
[3] Zara black
[4] Banana Republic Charcoal
[5] Zara black/ v dark grey



Free accessories
[1] yellow cotton pocket square, tiny stain seen near bottom edge. Never used.
[2] Blue/ grey checked cotton handkerchief, bought as an 'emergency' square one time, but never used, laundered and unironed
[3] Attolini brown herringbone, it was too long and I shortened it myself, finished with a hand rolled edge
[4] Mid blue tie, no manufacturers label, but I seem to recall that this was from one of aportnoy's clearouts and possibly a Petronius
[5] NWT Profumo check/ tartan tie
[6] yellow cotton knit tie
[7] grey wool and mohair knit tie
[8] blue with white stripe knit tie
I'll also throw in some silk knots if you remind me.

 

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