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I had been looking for a classic rain coat for about a year and happened to see this double marked down at J Crew - $120.00. Could I leave it?
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Cloak Fall 06 Barn Coat I've been after for a while (leather iteration was wrong size for me)
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These cotton versions came in light Grey, charcoal, and light brown. I think this might be my favorite colorway.

Cloak FW05 Hussar
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I never really pulled off the deerskin leather make up of this, but this navy cotton version was silly cheap so it should be fun to play around with.

Robert Geller schlubby Richard
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I already have one of these but I've worn it to the point where I can't get it to smell clean, this ones a size larger for oversized fun.
 
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I don't really buy clothes these days, just things to make clothes. Not only does this Janome do cover stitching (i.e., hems on tees), but it also chain stitches! This was such a better option than trying to wrestle with an old chain stitcher with an external motor. I just hope it can handle four layers of Japanese selvedge denim...
 

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Jaques Marie Mage Beauregard

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Too Lazy for Pics....

Maison Martin Margiela:
Central Panel Camel Shirt
Pale Pink Bibbed Dinner Shirt
Camel Turtleneck
Cream Turtleneck with Suede Elbows

Tom Ford:
Long Placket Brown Polo
Navy Polo

Valentino:
Banana Leaf Cuban Collar Shirt​
 

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Dude, do you resell your stuff? You must have like 50 knits by now (I have like 40-50 designer knits and I feel it is waaayyy too much and I'm not in Flo-ridah). Anyway can you post pic of the camel turtleneck? Is it current season? I might drop by Margiela and try it on...

Note: I'm too careless for good sunglasses but those are cool
 

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Dude, do you resell your stuff? You must have like 50 knits by now (I have like 40-50 designer knits and I feel it is waaayyy too much and I'm not in Flo-ridah). Anyway can you post pic of the camel turtleneck? Is it current season? I might drop by Margiela and try it on...

Note: I'm too careless for good sunglasses but those are cool
Yeah I’ve sold off a bunch of stuff I never use and basically have kept all my pre-2004 Margiela with some things I love from other seasons. The camel TNeck is from 2007 I think I’ll have to check the tag. Here it is since I wore it the other day

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Those sunglasses would be right up your alley they are based on French frames from the 50’s
 

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Japan only Casio F-84W, as it slightly reminded me of my first watch back around 1980 (pretty sure it was this model).


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4th pair of OB swim shorts, but the first of their 'Shortest Length' Springer model.


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Sandro shearling. Had to jump through a few hoops to order this, but finally managed with the help of the ColisExpat shipping service.


So, Back in Black, I guess...
 

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Japan only Casio F-84W, as it slightly reminded me of my first watch back around 1980 (pretty sure it was this model).


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4th pair of OB swim shorts, but the first of their 'Shortest Length' Springer model.


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Sandro shearling. Had to jump through a few hoops to order this, but finally managed with the help of the ColisExpat shipping service.


So, Back in Black, I guess...
Should be a great fit worn together with black socks and flip flops 😂
 

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