Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
Didn't realize 70 was cold. nice find on the LP dude. Wow!
No polyester? Pass.
That's insane Spoo....
Spoo, that's your good karma for letting Org take that Barbour.
Been all about the shoes lately. Or at least, that's all I've been bringing home. If they aren't for me, they're heading to the 'bay.
One shop had these two-
Some J Shoes Viceroys for myself. Finally some nice casual shoes. Shitty cell pic.
Buttero Tanino Hi Chambray. Just a smidge too small in size 45. Maybe worn a month.
Next stop I found these beauts
Paul Smith Cages in a sick green make up. Wish these were my size.
Anyone recognize this nail pattern? Hard to see the toe-tap nails in this shot.
And their dip-dyed brothers
The next day I went to the Savers that opened recently by my parents. A bit more pricey, but the quality seems to be much better. Proof-
Magnanni Ninos... In my size. (excuse the shitty cell phone pic)
Barely worn. It kills me, because I know I'll never find another pair of monkstraps in my size in this condition, but I hear the $$$ calling me. Undecided.
AE Fifth Avenues, also in excellent condition. If these were an E width I'd be keeping them.
Last but not least, these beasts
Redwing Heritage Moc Toe 8130's. Barely worn. These are the true heartbreaker for me, because they're too big. I have a feeling the previous owner bought true to size instead of sizing down and it bit him in the end.
Almost forgot these. Consignment, but around double what a thrift would charge for jeans around here.
And for good measure, another watch for me. Great classic beater in a size that actually fits my large wrist. Early quartz with a near sweep-second motion to the second hand. Bracelet was broken so I grabbed an awesome perlon strap for it (which at 19.95 cost twice the watch's price). This was in surprisingly good condition, going to polish up the crystal and wear the hell out of it.
and the rest of the day.
Valentini and Inco 36's
NWT Coach cashmere blend, a PS and a belt
oh sterling and 14K buckle. $1.75
Field Bros chesterfield
BB suede L
@nataku please tell me this is the camo I am looking for?
Cant find many like it. a cardigan with a collar was at $9300 so Im guessing this is in the $12,000 range. Im going to LP this week to take it in to find out.
We say it all the time but who donates a vest like that?!
Who wastes their money paying retail on shit like that?
Meanwhile, in Ohio:
Beautiful chocolate brown suede shearling coat. Made to measure by "Parks" a tailor from Hong Kong. This coat is in AMAZING condition with absolutely no holes, rips or stains. It looks like it was made in the late 60s-early 70s. Perfect for those frozen New England winters!
Silk lined Oxxford super 100's, little rough but I have a hard time leaving Oxxford
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