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

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

  1. PLaydice

    PLaydice Senior member

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    Heres some of the shirts I pulled in. Gonna pic more up.
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    Its funny cause I found this one before already, now I have two.
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    I got a TON more Neat Stuff to picture, including some Vintage Abercrombie.
    ATTENTION gift exchange homies. Before I start researching what to get you, message me stuff you think you would Like/want/need. Grails included in case I run across your dream out there lol
     
  2. the2ndhandman

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    I like my allen edmonds ones. There cashmere lined lambskin and there nice for the price.
     
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  4. impuntura

    impuntura Senior member

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    BOYS any idea on this tag?
    Cool fishtail parka for myself so value is not important just curious.

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  5. YRR92

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    Picked up a nice charcoal gray solid Austin Reed 100% cashmere sportcoat. I like it, but it would take a fair bit of tailoring to make it work.

    Keep or flip?
     
  6. Takai

    Takai Senior member

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    Few things from the last bit:

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    Dunhill is an M, and Cash/Silk. Both Available

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    Paid up for it, but NWT EG Brookline sz L Available, but not super cheap.

    Spotted this from across the room, right behind a butchered Pierre Cardin Boutique jacket.

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    Unfortunately it's a JPN sz1/US34


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    Unfortunately had to leave this

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    Here's your fit pic from this weekend when it wasnt 23 degrees outside.

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    Hat: Goorin Thrift
    Shirt: Sidian, Ernstaz, and Vanes Disc/Thrift
    Vest: 40Fine Vaderthrift
    Jeans: Amoskeag XX O'all Vaderthrift
    Shoes: JVxJP Thrift

    Edit: Also kopped a copy of Wrangler Brutes Zulu
     
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  7. borbor

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    keep it, wear it, flip it when you come across an "upgrade"
     
  8. GMMcL

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    I'm pretty sure I bought a pair of deer skin wool lined gloves last year from Sierra trading post for reasonable dollars at mid season. Nothing special but fair starter gloves. I then promptly found a pair of peccary driving gloves. So I kept the deer skins as beaters or bad weather gloves.
    Hit me up if you can't find them and are around a 8.5 or 9 glove (iirc) and I can send you the deer skins for cheap.

    Yeah ima disagree on the charcoal sport coat. That be orphan my boy. Charcoal and sportcoat aren't really used in the same syntax, at least not solid charcoal. It's too dark and formal to go with just about any trouser other than a match, and for ties, well the options there are pretty limited too.

    So I say no. Ymmv.
     
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  9. ChetB

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    @Orgetorix I would have left it too. Not very cool, and not much meat on the bone at $40.
     
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  10. GMMcL

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    Oh, dudes: need an assist.
    To all the guys who keep jars of thick pearl buttons stripped from unsalvageable Italian shirts, I need lots. Like 144. Or 12 shirts worth. I commissioned some quite thrifty shirts in India and they came back looking great but with shitty shitty buttons. I would like to replace them (probably myself one by one over a very long time. Because I'm cheap).
    Get at me bros. thanks in advance.
     
  11. mistermidwester

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    This. Is. Amaze balls.
     
  12. Nataku

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    I have a stash of issues of the Berkeley Tribe. Great reading. :nodding:
     
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  13. matty long legs

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    One quick stop. Scarf for the gf. Braces for me.

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  14. kbadgley84

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    Damn those sound nice, checked the bay but nothing there
     
  15. kbadgley84

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    $4k blanket? Damn
     

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