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This time of week comes so quick, I can't believe it's my items up for auction again.

Here's a few pieces deserving of attention. I've not worn any but were it not for sizing or fit, I'd have loved to keep each and every one.

NWT Man 1924 Carlos Castillo Red/White Seersucker Jacket in 50R
Some of you may recall Spoo doing a sale of Man 1924 jackets a few summers ago — I wasn't here for that, although I did manage to pick this up some time later. Somewhat out-of-season now, but an effortless hot-weather lounge piece.

NWT Brooks Brothers Saxxon Forest Jacket in 40R
I hesitated for the longest time about letting go of this one, because it really is such a superbly substantive flannel that you rarely see from Brooks. Heavyweight and in a dark green colorway striated over a dark brown base, which gives it a rather interesting character up close. If only the shoulders were extended a smidge farther...

NWT Richard J. Brown Berlino Cigar 5-Pocket Pants in 34
Casual luxe, hand-stitched pants with italian character. Picked them up on a whim, only to realise they sized better as a 32 despite being labelled 34.

M. Bardelli Mohair-Wool-Linen Indigo Micro-check Jacket in 50R
Superlative jacket made by Saint Andrews'. Cut didn't work for my build, unfortunately.

PRL Corneliani Mocha Wide-Wale Cords in 34
Polo's famed Corneliani pants and every bit as comfortable a cord as I've ever handled.

Tokyo Cross Ribbed Oatmeal Cardigan (L)
Super-heavyweight collector's piece. They simply don't make sweaters like this anymore. From an obscure Japanese brand that seems to've gone out of business — I haven't been able to find any mention of Tokyo Cross anywhere. Someone, please enlighten me, if you know anything about it.
 
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Highlighting a couple of (IMO) standouts from me this week:

Baudoin & Lange Tassel Loafers (43)

The suede on these is UNREAL. Incredibly soft and wildly comfortable to wear - absolutely perfect for a twist on CM. Only selling these as my style is shifting more casual these days.

Jameisons Fair Isle Sweater (L)

Perfect sweater for the season. The colors on this are really nice, and great in any cold weather fit. Sad I had to let this one go, been eating too many cookies...

Our Legacy Cotton/Linen Lavender Shirt (48)

A basic shirt, in a really nice color and an awesome fabric. Great for transitional weather with the linen, and I loved wearing it under a sweater for a nice pop of color.

Aaaand some things that aren't mine, but I'm digging:

Eidos Belted Cardi

If I didn't already have a navy belted cardi from Eidos, I'd definitely be going for this.

Schneider Memory (I think?) Coat

I wear my Schneider coat alllll the time in the winter. Works great more casually (with the hood) or as more of a topcoat (without the hood)

Inglese Pique Polo

I've got one of these, and I always love how luxe they feel. Highly recommend if you're looking for a realllllly nice version of a basic.
 

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Highlighting a couple of (IMO) standouts from me this week:

Baudoin & Lange Tassel Loafers (43)

The suede on these is UNREAL. Incredibly soft and wildly comfortable to wear - absolutely perfect for a twist on CM. Only selling these as my style is shifting more casual these days.

Jameisons Fair Isle Sweater (L)

Perfect sweater for the season. The colors on this are really nice, and great in any cold weather fit. Sad I had to let this one go, been eating too many cookies...

Our Legacy Cotton/Linen Lavender Shirt (48)

A basic shirt, in a really nice color and an awesome fabric. Great for transitional weather with the linen, and I loved wearing it under a sweater for a nice pop of color.

Aaaand some things that aren't mine, but I'm digging:

Eidos Belted Cardi

If I didn't already have a navy belted cardi from Eidos, I'd definitely be going for this.

Schneider Memory (I think?) Coat

I wear my Schneider coat alllll the time in the winter. Works great more casually (with the hood) or as more of a topcoat (without the hood)

Inglese Pique Polo

I've got one of these, and I always love how luxe they feel. Highly recommend if you're looking for a realllllly nice version of a basic.

Appreciate that!

And good luck in a few hours gents ....

and oh, DO NOT forget to get the Wall Street Journal tomorrow!!

 

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Highlighting a couple of (IMO) standouts from me this week:

Jameisons Fair Isle Sweater (L)

Perfect sweater for the season. The colors on this are really nice, and great in any cold weather fit. Sad I had to let this one go, been eating too many cookies...
Hopefully I'll be putting that sweater on before the end of the week! :slayer:
 

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Highlighting my items, all ending this Sunday. Throw your bids in! Get some dope stuff! The accessories:

A gorgeous, near-new Vanda tie; beautiful texture:


This NWOT patterned Panta tie; very versatile, great with suits:


A stunning wool glen plaid tie from Al Bazar. A unique piece and crazy soft:


An Apolis hoof-pick bridle leather belt, size 38:


A near-new Farnese belt, with crocodile leather! What?! Size 110 (works for 38-42/44, thanks to the stretchiness). Really cool belt:


I don't think I actually ever used this Monsieur Fox pocket square. Very interesting, versatile colors and a great texture:


A beautiful Shibumi patterned pocket square, also pretty much new:

 

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Highlighting my items, all ending this Sunday. Throw your bids in! Get some dope stuff! The clothing:

A super-soft and comfortable Scott & Charters for Unionmade (RIP) sweater, size XXL, black, versatile:


Near-new Stephan Schneider sweater; size 6, gorgeous texture, beautiful colors:


An amazing oversized shirt/overshirt from Tender Co; size 5, rare, unique:


Classic shirt from Thom Browne's Brooks Brothers Black Fleece line (RIP); size BB5 (XL-ish), great condition:


A killer shirt from 3Sixteen; size XXL (fits slim) and a really versatile color:


Super dope running zip-up shirt/jacket/etc. from the collaboration between Outdoor Voices and A.P.C.; size XL and really a phenomenal piece. Works well even when you're not working out!


The classic polo shirt from Kent Wang in a cool light green color, size XXL (fits slim):


A really phenomenal polo shirt from Rubinacci (recent!) with killer details, size 56:


A beautiful wool sport coat from Brooks Brothers' 'Golden Fleece' line, size 42R; hand tailored! double vented!:


Textured wool/silk/cashmere sport coat from SuitSupply; some 60/50R (fits slim):


A rare lambswool/alpaca blend Polo Ralph Lauren sport coat; herringbone tweed, unstructured, roughly a US size 46-48:


This is a really special piece that I was sad to part with. It's a bespoke piece made for Jim Ockert, owner of Khaki's of Carmel. An absolutely gorgeous, super unique sport coat with patch pockets, a 3-roll-2 peak lapel, surgeon's cuffs, wood buttons, on and on... It's very soft and the fit is killer. It fits roughly like a US size 46R/L:


These are a rad pair of A.P.C. jeans that I picked up from Mr. Porter last year, part of a "baggy" collection they did; they fit a bit loose (certainly more so than A.P.C.'s jeans normally do), but I wouldn't necessarily call them baggy jeans; they look great and are very comfortable. They have a they have a Uniqlo U/Lemaire feel to them. They're a size 35, but would work well for a 36 or 38:


Some NWT Epaulet by Hertling 'Wilson' twill khakis, size 42 and as is the case with all of Hertling's pants; amazing quality:


Classic pair of Hertling mid-gray flannel trousers; absolutely essential! Size 42, flat front, with cuffs:


A really cool, unique pair of linen trousers from Mabitex. They're a size 58 (US 38-40ish) and are a stunning color and texture:

 
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Hopefully I'll be putting that sweater on before the end of the week! :slayer:
airborne!


Highlighting my items, all ending this Sunday. Throw your bids in! Get some dope stuff! The clothing:

A super-soft and comfortable Scott & Charters for Unionmade (RIP) sweater, size XXL, black, versatile:


Near-new Stephan Schneider sweater; size 6, gorgeous texture, beautiful colors:


An amazing oversized shirt/overshirt from Tender Co; size 5, rare, unique:


Classic shirt from Thom Browne's Brooks Brothers Black Fleece line (RIP); size BB5 (XL-ish), great condition:


A killer shirt from 3Sixteen; size XXL (fits slim) and a really versatile color:


Super dope running zip-up shirt/jacket/etc. from the collaboration between Outdoor Voices and A.P.C.; size XL and really a phenomenal piece. Works well even when you're not working out!


The classic polo shirt from Kent Wang in a cool light green color, size XXL (fits slim):


A really phenomenal polo shirt from Rubinacci (recent!) with killer details, size 56:


A beautiful wool sport coat from Brooks Brothers' 'Golden Fleece' line, size 42R; hand tailored! double vented!:


Textured wool/silk/cashmere sport coat from SuitSupply; some 60/50R (fits slim):


A rare lambswool/alpaca blend Polo Ralph Lauren sport coat; herringbone tweed, unstructured, roughly a US size 46-48:


This is a really special piece that I was sad to part with. It's a bespoke piece made for Jim Ockert, owner of Khaki's of Carmel. An absolutely gorgeous, super unique sport coat with patch pockets, a 3-roll-2 peak lapel, surgeon's cuffs, wood buttons, on and on... It's very soft and the fit is killer. It fits roughly like a US size 46R/L:


These are a rad pair of A.P.C. jeans that I picked up from Mr. Porter last year, part of a "baggy" collection they did; they fit a bit loose (certainly more so that A.P.C.'s jeans normally do), but I wouldn't necessarily call them baggy jeans; they look great and are very comfortable. They're a size 35, but would work well for a 36 or 38:


Some NWT Epaulet by Hertling 'Wilson' twill khakis, size 42 and as is the case with all of Hertling's pants; amazing quality:


Classic pair of Hertling mid-gray flannel trousers; absolutely essential! Size 42, flat from, cuffs:


A really cool, very unique pair of linen trousers from Mabitex. They're a size 58 (US 38-40ish) and are a stunning color and texture:

ill keep saying it - I love when you guys do this! Well written.
 

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