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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by RJman, Feb 5, 2010.
i didn't NOT see that!
very cool pattern though
Damn, that's ascot size.
most tf ties on ebay (except mine and spoos ) are 5 inches wide
Guys, I have an amazing wool/cashmere Sulka jacket, made in Italy, in NWOT condition. It has a leather backed collar, leather button holes, horn buttons, etc - it's pretty bad ass. I don't know what to sell it for on eBay (or here for that matter). Any ideas?
$0.99 no-reserve auction, 10 day.
Are these really bow tie tassel loafers or has someone gotten creative? Looks to be C&J for PRL.
No experience with this shoe maker, Dieter Kuckelkorn, but based on retail pricing this seems like a good deal for someone looking for a brown suede chelsea boot (goodyear made) in 8/8.5 US
I believe this is the same boot as the "Donald Byrd" on this here: http://www.dieterkuckelkorn.de/dk-shop/online/index.htm
Here's the link: http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/DIETE...y/3FD17CD7/rr/1/cod10/44334771KT/sts/sr_men80:
$195 from $612
It is a US46/EU56.
Rather cool Alexandre vintage coat:
Poasted more as a warning - hideous Trickers diffusion line:
not sure if that has anything to do with Trickers UK, those say made in Italy. I really like Trickers so it would pain me to think that they licensed their name to sell that.
I am offering 10% off all my eBay "Buy it Now" items until midnight on Sunday.
RLPL suits are ~$800 and cashmere sportcoats are $445. There are also lots of shoes including a pair of shell cordovan AE Malverns for $270.
You may need to click on the item to see the discounted price.
I just sold a pair like that on ebay. They were definitely C&J for Polo and they were bow tied like that.
Amazing. At first I thought the bow ties were a joke until I realized how much length it took to pull off the wide loops.
Kind of a weird shoe.
Hogspear has these awesome (and thrashed) Poulson Skones.
^ Those must have been decades old when George Cleverly still worked for the company.
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