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Vinnievh92

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I got very lucky with a few items I got for +/- 75% off. Definitely not the rule but rather exception.

However, I am pretty successful at finding deals between -50% to -65% off.

A while ago I found a honey pot which I also posted here, Miller Collective. They had a lot of items discounted between 50% and 80%, IIRC.

I have to say I am quite good at finding deals. I have another hobby that can get costly, namely my passion for film, which includes collecting physical media (blu-ray's, 4K, vintage VHS tapes, etc.). Use price alert extension, bookmark favorite websites and pieces you're after, make good use of Google & other search engines, be up-to-date about sales, and watch this thread! :D
Those are some good tips, thank you. I have to step up my sales game!
 

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Anyone have leads on following shirt in M for under $200?

Cultizm had it earlier in the year with discount and decided to sleep on it and when i went back was sold out.
 

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Tried on both. Went with number one. Had the second a couple years back and just didn’t like how cropped it was. Still don’t I guess. Took advantage of the sale to grab a few other things..

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While I await my RRL haul to come in, I thought I’d share my current favorite piece, a western veg tanned overshirt. I am not used to compliments from strangers on what I wear, and this one throws me - pastors at church, people passing by in cars, men on the playground - this one does it.
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Tried on both. Went with number one. Had the second a couple years back and just didn’t like how cropped it was. Still don’t I guess. Took advantage of the sale to grab a few other things..

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Ironically, RRL came out with two type IIIs here -- I think it's the wabash (?) wash - the tight crop and the longer one. I have both, having found the tight crop on on TRR - but it's best for an under layer, etc. - you're right, it just feels awfully short. I love that both of them are unmodified, keeping the no-handwarmer pocket mantra alive. They just fit better.
 

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Williamsburg Garment Co does a mail order service as well. I sent some jeans there in January to get hemmed, was quick and easy. I think it cost $40 something total, but I added $10 for the expedited service.

I used to send mine to Science and Kindness up in Minneapolis when I wanted chain stitching or mending done, but lately I don't care so much for chain stitching that I want the hassle of shipping jeans off to have them done, so I, <GASP> let my local seamstress just hem them for me
 

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I used to send mine to Science and Kindness up in Minneapolis when I wanted chain stitching or mending done, but lately I don't care so much for chain stitching that I want the hassle of shipping jeans off to have them done, so I, <GASP> let my local seamstress just hem them for me
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I've found it's easier for me to ship them off to have them done than try to cajole my wife to do them for me. That's was how I ended up with pants 5+ years old in need of hems.
 

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