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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. the2ndhandman

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    These aren't bad suits. I am more impressed than I thought idea be.

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    The ralph is Probably my favorite tie buy in a long time.

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    I found the jacket/shirt to match your shorts.

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    @nataku jacket was nowhere to be found. I don't think it was what I was looking for. "Or maybe it was" guess we'll never know.
     
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  2. Snoogz

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    Had a chance to get out a few weeks back and found some decent fodder

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    Probably my favorite BoO shirt to date - Contrast Placket Oxford Shirt
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    nwt to boot!
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    meh - just really liked the brushed cotton
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    HF w/ LP
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    hacking boating(?) linen jacket
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    Thats it for now.
     
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  3. Nataku

    Nataku Senior member

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    Haha, same exact thing happened to me.
    For sure. Dated 1968. Good stuff.
     
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  4. Dirt

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    Thanks! You're the man, man.
     
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  5. green_machine

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    100 Ca$h suit
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    Na from here down
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    Santangelo napoli (no not george saint angelo)
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  6. double00

    double00 Senior member

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    oh i saw this today:

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    sweatshirt with cat graphic, but...

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    ...this is actually an epic homebrew cross-stitch.

    i'm of two minds about this kind of thing. i love seeing homebrew but it sort of hurts to see it donated. i showed this to mrs. ripper, she wants me to grab it for a friend who's into crazy ass sweaters.
     
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  7. bboowwyy

    bboowwyy Senior member

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    SS15 Dior (N/A)

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  8. TheNeedMachine

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    Work is slow so I spent most of the day watching Curb your Enthusiasm and Ren & Stimpy on Arconai.

    What is Arconai? Some ads (close the ad asking for donations, then close the ad on the show itself by clicking the "x" or "arrow")...then watch all you want. But it's streaming so you can't pick what episode you watch or when it starts.

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  9. Letric

    Letric Senior member

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    I'm always on RandomMovies, King of the Hill, Sopranos.
     
  10. Dirt

    Dirt Senior member

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    That shit is expert level! Even put in the drop shadow...impressive.
     
  11. Letric

    Letric Senior member

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    I like the looks of that shirt. Deetz?
     
  12. eddiegreen

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  13. Purplelabel

    Purplelabel Senior member

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    I was given these today... Fuckin' A.

    How old is this GA suit?

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    Due to this being an old Policeman's overcoat, it couldn't be sold. So I rescued it from the bin. What would you guys do with it.
    I'll take the police branded buttons and shoulder decoration off and replace them with new buttons.

    Pretty shitty pics but it's boss.

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  14. ReubenR

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    Uhhhh . . . . Proxy? [​IMG]
     
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  15. Nickd

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    4x1 DB - probably 80s, maybe early 90s. Could be difficult to pull off, depends on the cut. Although, a guy in my office rocks the 4x1 & 6x1 DB suits and they still look good on him, he is in his 60s though.
     
  16. Purplelabel

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    The cut is slim. Really slim, but no vents and the button fastening is down by the waist.

    Pleated trousers though, so I wonder if I could make it look like the modern pleat. I haven't looked properly yet though.

    The great coat though is what I'm more happy about. So awesome.
     
  17. impuntura

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    The Attolini Barbers from two days ago and a really comfy wool-silk Cornhole.
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  18. Nobleprofessor

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    Thanks! The second pair is marked Gravati. But, I'm still not sure of the skin. Here are a few more pics to help:

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  19. silverwarebandit

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    Inco cash blend 34

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    PRL x Corn Windowpane Houndstooth triple patch NA
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    I was really surprised when I saw the keeper on this tie. This is my first time picking up Giorgio Armani since my constant noob blunder days
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    Michael Bastian x Cucinelli 56
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    The matching jacket to Frenchy's - LBCS x Attolini
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    This is something I've had on my bucket list since @leftofthedial traded me one years ago - LBCS x Caraceni with leather collar, quarter lined, triple patch pockets ... Not my size [​IMG]
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  20. richnet12

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    Its raining Luciano Barbera Sartoriale Cashmere in here. All we need is an LB Sartoriale made by St. Andrews to round things out!
     

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