Ragged (!) Trousered Philanthropists

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Cleav, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. MiNDRiVE

    MiNDRiVE New Member

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    I would gladly take the blazers if nobody else wants them.
     


  2. Cleav

    Cleav Senior member Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    MiN, welcome. What's your story? Sure the Ragged bunch will assist if you're clear what your after and why.

    Best

    Cleav
     


  3. MiNDRiVE

    MiNDRiVE New Member

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    Thanks for the warm welcome! I've been lurking for a while but just recently created an account. I'm in the process of rebuilding my wardrobe because of some weight gain (getting older sucks). If he was just going to throw them out I would take them but I'm not hurting for clothes in any way. If someone actually needs them I would say let them have them before me.
     


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    Elliottallen New Member

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    I do not own a suit. I only have a hand-me-down sport jacket that does not fit. I am a poor college student and would appreciate any donations towards something I am not embarrassed to wear.
     
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  5. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Welcome to the forum, Ellio. Glad you found this thread. You'll probably notice I edited your post. If you read the original post from Cleav, this thread is about giving to members in need. Tell us a little about yourself, why you need it, and your sizes. If someone can help, they will contact you or post pictures here of what they have. Best of luck.
     


  6. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Speaking of.....Suit Supply Napoli fit. Navy. Size 42L.

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    ReubenR Senior member

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    Or maybe instead of spamming the thread to ask for money, you tell us what size you wear and the thread fills it's intended purpose.
     


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    Hey guys, are you putting any kind of limits on this? I have a lot of decent stuff in good condition, but it's mostly mall/house brands
     


  9. ReubenR

    ReubenR Senior member

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    Mall-tier to you is grail-tier to that kid starting college in the pleated dockers bought two sizes too big by his mom four years ago because she thought he'd need room to grow.
     


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    troika Senior member

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    Good point man. I'm about to throw up selvedge on here
     


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    troika Senior member

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    Ok here goes nothing. Please pay for postage to wherever you are...

    Please note these are not great brands, but all are in good condition and free.

    Weatherproof barracuda in black, Eddie Bauer fisherman, patagucci flannel. All fit true XL
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    Flint & tinder selvedge worn once, actual measurements are 31"w X 30.5"l with straight fit
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    Massimo Dutti boater, fit 10 medium to narrow
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    Some random shirts: Tom James, bullock & Jones, jcrew linen, facconable. 17/xl
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    Pants 38x30 flat front
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    Mods, feel free to delete items if you think they're an embarrassment to styleforum
     
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    ellsbebc Senior member

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    Do you have shoulder and trouser waist measurements? If yours, I assume it must be a large drop.
     
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    Still got the two suits posted earlier.

    MTM from Japan.
    1 navy pinstripe SB 2 button. Usually wear a 39L, but this would fit somewhere between a 39L and 40R I believe.
    Sleeves about 26 inches long, chest 20.5-21, shoulders 17.75-18. Waist around 33, inseam 33 or 34 with turnups
    100% wool

    Solid grey SB 2 button with same measurements. This has a mix high percentage of wool, but also some poly.

    Would need shipping from Norway.
     


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    Cleav Senior member Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    19.3" and 32". The trouser waist was taken down from a 36" and I wasn't happy with the results....figured it was worth a shot at the time. They were not recut so everything should be able to be let back out.
     


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