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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
They converted nicely to a Franklin, a Grant and a Jackson...
First some clothes had a pretty good day.
None of the Canalis are available going to a SF member in Calgary.
indeed made in england.
just shipped out a prorsum coat with that tag today.
Xpost from gift exchange thread.
This was my first time doing the gift exchange. I'm totally in from now on. Thanks to hans for taking charge.
We were already PMing earlier today, but huge thanks to capnwes. Getting a box full of fully wearable/useable items was awesome.
Some shirts (wearing the RRL now)
Love these two so much. The sweater is Zegna Yachting and it's my new fave sweater by far.
I posted about how I always wanted a Beavis & Butthead Tommy Pullmyfinger shirt when I was in middle school. I still randomly keep my eye out but haven't found one. Wes, bless his heart, also looked for one with no luck but found this instead. When I put it on last night, my wife smiled and rolled her eyes at me. That's means it's my new hangin around the house shirt, for a while.
Broke these in today by cleaning about 3-4" of snow off my car.
Last but not least, some made in Italy lowball glasses that showed up just in time. Cat broke one of my main whiskey glasses a week and a half ago and then I broke another a day or two later. Also, those coasters were made from that 1930s drive train belt (i think that's what the note said) that Nataku found when he was clearing out that barn this past summer. Wes did some magic and now they're my new coasters. My wife dug the shit out of these. Somehow, I was out of both whiskey and Scotch, so I had to test the glass out with some brandy. It worked.
Again, thanks a ton wes. I truly appreciate every single item, including the handwritten notes. Merry Thriftmas, everyone.
Now feast your eyes on this brethren.
100 bucks for everything including the huge mirror which im keeping.
There was also an additional tall dresser but someone already bought it.
Pics dont do it justice,im including a lot because its a stunner.
what in the fuck.
that mirror, holy shit if i didn't have two toddlers in the house, i'd be asking you how much already
Mirror weighs 60 pounds easy
***after midnight brain-dead post removed*** carry on
DAMN that is beautiful. I've been thinking about a breton stripe sweater lately and that is soooo righteous. LOOK AT THAT BLUE! look at those raglans! ohmygawd. sweet mercy i am very enthusiastic about this shit right now! good job @capnwes and @My Main Man !
You have both done such an amazing job. There are close family members for whom I would struggle to buy something so perfectly thoughtful. That probably makes me a bad person. Anyway, I'm wishing I hadn't already posted my Thriftmas stuff, I can't compete with you guys!
Wow, that one hits right in the feels. It's so nice to see the comradery on here.
Ahh, that makes a lot more sense. Moth holes are expensive. $150 actually sounds reasonable for the work you describe!
Glad you snagged those. I carried them around the store for a bit, but ended up leaving them because I've been terrible about listing things lately and am determined not to add to my backlog.
any deetz on the price of one moth hole in a Lapel? would like to keep this S/C
Anyone have blackwatch/holiday plaid trousers in a 32-30 to trade (or sell, I guess)?
Or the same in 42-44 waist 32 inseam?
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