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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.

  1. AHS

    AHS Senior Member

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    Very expensive ($50) by thrift store standards. But I'm not going to pass up vintage EGs in really nice condition.

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  2. My Main Man

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    For a split second, I was like "holy balls, 19.5 is a huge shoe, but they look pretty normal." But yeah, there's no way I (or anyone here, I imagine) would leave those for $50.
     


  3. txwoodworker

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    I own no moto, or motorcycle to rock it on. There's about 3 days a year cold enough to justify a jacket here, so what with my gloverall toggle coat addiction, plus some other amazing outerwear that I can't bear to part with, I have no room.

    nope, no spoiler necessary, great stuff!!

    outstanding!
     


  4. white collar

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    Did not expect to see Stefano Ricci when I saw this tie.
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    As soon as this was authenticated my girlfriend snatched it up. Vintage 80's cross body.
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    Is it a vest? Is it a varsity jacket? I don't even think JV knows.
     


  5. Nataku

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    Yeah that Loro is a beauty! I did a little digging and found that Jared M is a high-end men's boutique and custom clotheir based in NY, and they have some high end RTW stuff made exclusively for them as well. Retail on the sweater is $1895. http://www.jaredm.com/jaredm.htm
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  6. Principle

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    [​IMG][​IMG] is this any good denim dudes? American slim fit with a crazy patina
     


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    1970s Swanndri Mackinaw

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    Avirex Hi-Speed/Low-Level Flight Jacket

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    100% Cashmere Chester Barrie Overcoat

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    Gieves & Hawkes DB

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    1970s Samuelsohn Overcoat.

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    1970s PRL Tweed

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    1963 USAF N3B w/ Fur Hood
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    1960s Dack's

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    Glenshane Donegal

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    I found a bunch a Jared M items a few years ago. Wouldnt have been surprised if it was custom made for an NBA player. Based on the measurements I think the items would have fit someone who was around 6'9" and athletic. The sport coat had all of the markings of a higher quality item, including thick MOPs, working cuffs, hand sewn button holes, and it was fully canvassed.
     


  9. Woofa

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    Stuff from today. All NA.
    Stuart Maguire shell, Baby Alpaca scarf.
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  10. Fueco

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    @barrelntrigger, this thread needs more food pics. I'm making chili this afternoon.

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  11. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Dudes, does anyone need new Ray Ban Wayfarers? Found two near mint pairs today. One is the new Wayfarer, the other is a deadstock "regular" Wayfarer. both tones of chocolate / brown. Would love to trade, I think I read someone here wanted them. Great glasses but I have like 5 pairs of them so available. Pics later if you need.
     


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    I'm smoking a duck. Photos to come...
     


  13. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Im headed off to a michelin rated restaurant. pics to come.
     


  14. barrelntrigger

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    Not really. Old Edwin aren't all that great. Their Sen line is pretty cool but not all that high end. They do make very good beaters though. I stopped picking up old Edwin and big john. They are like the common levi's you see everywhere.
     


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