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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. PGRoadhouse

    PGRoadhouse Well-Known Member

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    Recent finds, e thrifts, and spoils from craigslist creepin...

    A scottish lambswool balaclava the bean, deerhide/thinsulate work gloves, and a scarf that we'll see again soon
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    Ties -
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    Vintage sulka (perfect, just a really well made old thing), funky bondage zegna
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    NWT balls
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    VVcc for Van Eck Global - appears to feature the democrat donkey and the republican lion headbutting as jill stein (julian assange?) flies around them on a peace dove, showering them with cash. You know, a classic prep motif.
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    RT handsewns squeak past my current Talbott ban
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    Straight outta Scotland, Johnstons cashmere x3 and a lonely lamsbwool Barbour
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    Vintage GA Cravatte x2, VV w/ pheasants, and black Coach cashmere
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    I continue to only find decent shoes in my size - Ferragamo Woven Loafers for the approaching summertime
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    pop! NWOB gray suede bucks from Eleventy
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    And finally, these trickled out at the same store over a couple of days; I like to imagine donated by the same guy. All eminently tasteful.
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    Santoni norwegian split toe ankle boots
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    These things are beautiful
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    sole writings a bit faded, not sure what to make of the right half of it. Allure?
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    Top tier bow ties, kind of a rare sighting
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    Coupla tees - Johnson Motors
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    Patagonia spearfish capilene
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    Coupla sweatshirts
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    Patriots championship from their first superbowl win
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    Y2K baby!
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    Been searching for a zip hoody of interesting design or pattern for myself; the thrift gods deliver
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    Short sleeve weather will soon be upon us-
    old school wrangler coolers
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    killer old tropical print polo, fresh out of the plastic condition
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    pop! on Solemare for Maus and Hoffman
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    And a madrassy number from New England Shirtmakers
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    Pretty good medley of shirts lately.
    A pile of Zegna
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    susu x 2 - a pop! for me, along with the sc below.
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    Rogues gallery -
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    Minty fresh Borrelli bd
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    Barbour tattersall
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    RLPL spread collar tattersall dress shirt, right up my alley
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    pop! on COS, tencel casual shirt
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    NWT RRL in like a cream jacquard color/pattern
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    Three more randos
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    can never say no to that good old BB makers if its my size
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    1$ Eton that needs a quick oxyblast to spiff up the collar
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    really really nice LB in my size
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    thick mops + crowsfoot stitch? instakop
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    More shirts - brief pattern interlude!
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    Gant Rugger madras
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    New England Shirt Co for a now defunct local menswear store, windowpane flannel with a spread collar
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    cheapo bb irish linen
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    vintage oddball with an amazing texure/weave
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    The first of two Eskandar shirts I found in two different mens shirts sections. They might be mens? The buttons are on the correct side, and they both fit, in an eskandar kind of way
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    olive green linen. I'm always amped to see an Eskandar label on the racks- great roi on pretty much any womens piece and the construction/materials are always solid
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    made in England
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    Not Eskandar, bur found alongside the green linen shirt above, probably (possibly) same donor
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    cotton milsurp longsleeve polo - it doesnt come through well in the pics, but the fabric has a fantastic finish (or patina, if you like)
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    A day later, 20 miles away:
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    Black cotton with a band collar and a boxy fit
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    Fewer pants than shirts, thank god
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    orange cammies
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    Brioni piuma wool trousers, navy with a lighter micropane
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    Pleated, but mcconaughey sized and wicked slim
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    Third and last:
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    Borrelli light pink light weight chinos
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    I stash scottish cashmere like a squirrel stashes nuts
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    my baby blue pringle
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    andd a bit more pringle
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    look at the vee! none of that stingy little vee you get with J crew sweater vests, or whatever
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    Patagucci wool blend hoodie, presumably for wear by cool stoner bros
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    More Scottish cashmere, this time too large for me (fortunately)
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    ethrift that worked out real well
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    that TB touch..
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    cuz I needed more scottish cashmere! Been wearing all day, it's love.
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    Moving on sport coats:
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    dove gray ludlow in irish linen
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    a bit dated but cheap and purdy - d'avenza wool/cashmere checked sc
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    I've always had a soft spot for weird old English tailoring; high tight lapels, kind of a trim, boxy fit, great patterns
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    ticket pocket, throat latch, dual vent, and a moth hole here and there to round things out
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    susu in reda wool
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    all around pretty nice, I hadnt handled suitsupply tailoring til now
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    This one goes right into my wardrobe, no tailoring necessary
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    perfect pattern - involved, but not too in your face
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    2 btn 2 vent
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    Isaia for Saks, 97% wool, 3% cash
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    Etro brown moleskin
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    usually Etro's tailoring is done by Boglioli, but this doesn't look like them- any thoughts?
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    wouldn't be etro without a hint of weird
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    another e thrift, and a halfpop!
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    Love that printed lining
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    unstructured olive cotton
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    Massimo Piombo
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    by Kiton. real slim and cropped.
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    Outerwear, starting with a Club Monaco insulated shirt jacket
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    a pretty cool design - I've been keeping an eye for a down/puffer shirt for a bit now, so this fits the bill nicely
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    A bit more techwear from Tumi
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    hooded, insulated, t tech
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    more bond girl than techwear
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    Bogner ski suit, half quilted half neoprene
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    There has been an embarassment of badass vintage winter coats in the field lately, but for spatial/financial reasons I tend to leave them behind, but I dug this Teller coat
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    in cripsy, like new condition
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    really buttery shearling in like a soapstone gray
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    sawyer nappa x perry ellis
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    x lord and taylor x fifth avenue
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    "Womens" "Shott" motorcycle jacket, courtesy of Linda. Hi Linda! Thanks!
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    Perfecto. Fits like a creaky leather glove. TBD is weather I am a "moto" kind of person.
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    That goold ol vintage Woolrich - all pockets and plaid
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    now this fucking thing-
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    Yves St. Tropez, made in Italy from like 25 pieced rabbit pelts
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    reversible to pale leather, with a handpainted dragon and rose decal
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    I mean come on. Worst part is it fits, but I'm not sure I have stones...
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    sniped this off craigslist - apparently - about 25 minutes after it was posted
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    USN N1 deck jacket, circa 1944
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    Good shape for its age
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    aplaca liner is flawless, basically
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    Another craiglist comeup - old timey PRL barnstormer with a sick shearling collar
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    wool blend blanket lining
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    And finally, an ethrift I paid up for (though it should be well worth it)
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    my first piece of Zilli tailoring
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    those cuff turnbacks? silk facing
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    ditto pockets
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    ditto entire jacket
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    That's the stuff
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    crazy incredible construction on the back - martingale + buttoned vent - not pictured? insane level of handwork all over
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    Plus also a couple things for my walls:
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    really dig this piece:
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    don't know much about this guy but I found an interview with him, seemed like a crusty, likeable old dude
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    And this piece seemed pretty timely, given pp's presence in the headlines of late
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    That's it gentlemen, thanks for your patience! Best of luck out there in the thrifts.
     
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  2. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    Would this apply to a very early 90s YO! Mtv Raps shirt, as worn by Dr. Douglas Howser*? It's the last of the grails I'm looking for, my personal white whale.

    As others note, the search can be exhausting. I'd hate to miss out if it falls in that last ten percent.








    *pics forthcoming
     
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  3. Shanejosephxxx

    Shanejosephxxx Senior member

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    @dad2bandm I definitely said "goddamn" a few times out loud as I kept scrolling. Way to go!
     
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  4. dukedishin

    dukedishin Senior member

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    @dad2bandm i doubt recrafting would fix creasing in those neumoks, they're an unstructured shoe by nature. i could be wrong though.
     
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  5. Nataku

    Nataku Senior member

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    Awesome finds! These are cool to see again. Haven't seen them anywhere since the late 90's. I recall wandering into in an Army Surplus store around 1998 or so looking for old stock Vietnam stuff (back when you had a chance of finding it in the Army Navy stores) and seeing all these really colorful camo BDU's and t-shirts. This orange pattern and there was a blue/black that I remember best. They called it "urban camo".
     
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  6. leisurewear

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    thanks guys, i'll do a little more googling. the Canali is just a solid black with black buttons. there are pants size listed on tab (though i've seen pants size on SC tags as well)
     
  7. Woofa

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    Well I guess this thing is in better shape than I thought. I think you will be pleased Nataku.
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  8. Fueco

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    CWOyaji Well-Known Member

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  10. Dirt

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    @pgroadhouse that deck jacket, tho. What'd you pay, if you don't mind my asking?
     
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  11. Nataku

    Nataku Senior member

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    Thanks again man! Now I just gotta wait until next winter to wear it. Haha.
     
  12. drlivingston

    drlivingston Senior member

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    Knowing my luck, I would be cast as Guy Eating #2 Salad. [​IMG]
     
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  13. OolongT

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    Not sure I want to know what a #2 salad is.

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  14. GMMcL

    GMMcL Senior member

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    [quote name="rhyme" url="/t/480919/the-official-thrift-discount-store-bragging-thread-part-ii-return-to-the-thunderdome/59800_100#post_8808619"]Had a mini thriftening today. No top shelf items like Brioni or kiton but plenty of fodder and mostly brand new. Pics on the weekend when I get my office ready. teaser pic
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    [/quote] Couple of those on the left look tasty. [quote name="jebarne" url="/t/480919/the-official-thrift-discount-store-bragging-thread-part-ii-return-to-the-thunderdome/59800_100#post_8808740"]Vox's Shoe storage [​IMG] [/quote] Something about that creeps me out, and makes the pisser in me want to go in there and just move random shoes juuuuuust a centimeter off their mark. Just to see how long it'd take him to notice. [quote name="sansimeon" url="/t/480919/the-official-thrift-discount-store-bragging-thread-part-ii-return-to-the-thunderdome/59900_100#post_8809636"]Long time no post Amazing travel jacket with a million pockets, N/A [​IMG] [/quote] Been looking for a shirt like this or even with a smaller pattern for a long time, if anyone has one available. 16 or 16.5 slim. :smarmy: [quote name="PGRoadhouse" url="/t/480919/the-official-thrift-discount-store-bragging-thread-part-ii-return-to-the-thunderdome/59900_100#post_8810060"]Recent finds, e thrifts, and spoils from craigslist creepin...
    A scottish lambswool balaclava the bean, deerhide/thinsulate work gloves, and a scarf that we'll see again soon [​IMG]
    Ties - [​IMG]
    Vintage sulka (perfect, just a really well made old thing), funky bondage zegna [​IMG] NWT balls [​IMG] VVcc for Van Eck Global - appears to feature the democrat donkey and the republican lion headbutting as jill stein (julian assange?) flies around them on a peace dove, showering them with cash. You know, a classic prep motif. [​IMG] RT handsewns squeak past my current Talbott ban [​IMG]
    Straight outta Scotland, Johnstons cashmere x3 and a lonely lamsbwool Barbour [​IMG] Vintage GA Cravatte x2, VV w/ pheasants, and black Coach cashmere [​IMG] I continue to only find decent shoes in my size - Ferragamo Woven Loafers for the approaching summertime [​IMG]
    pop! NWOB gray suede bucks from Eleventy [​IMG]
    And finally, these trickled out at the same store over a couple of days; I like to imagine donated by the same guy. All eminently tasteful. [​IMG]
    Santoni norwegian split toe ankle boots [​IMG] These things are beautiful [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] sole writings a bit faded, not sure what to make of the right half of it. Allure? [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Top tier bow ties, kind of a rare sighting [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Coupla tees - Johnson Motors [​IMG]
    Patagonia spearfish capilene [​IMG] Coupla sweatshirts [​IMG]
    Patriots championship from their first superbowl win [​IMG] [​IMG] Y2K baby! [​IMG]
    Been searching for a zip hoody of interesting design or pattern for myself; the thrift gods deliver [​IMG] [​IMG] Short sleeve weather will soon be upon us- old school wrangler coolers [​IMG]
    killer old tropical print polo, fresh out of the plastic condition [​IMG]
    pop! on Solemare for Maus and Hoffman [​IMG] [​IMG]
    And a madrassy number from New England Shirtmakers [​IMG]
    Pretty good medley of shirts lately. A pile of Zegna [​IMG]
    susu x 2 - a pop! for me, along with the sc below. [​IMG]
    Rogues gallery - [​IMG]
    Minty fresh Borrelli bd [​IMG] [​IMG] Barbour tattersall [​IMG] [​IMG] RLPL spread collar tattersall dress shirt, right up my alley [​IMG] [​IMG] pop! on COS, tencel casual shirt [​IMG] NWT RRL in like a cream jacquard color/pattern [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Three more randos [​IMG]
    can never say no to that good old BB makers if its my size [​IMG] 1$ Eton that needs a quick oxyblast to spiff up the collar [​IMG] really really nice LB in my size [​IMG] thick mops + crowsfoot stitch? instakop [​IMG]
    More shirts - brief pattern interlude! [​IMG] Gant Rugger madras [​IMG] [​IMG] New England Shirt Co for a now defunct local menswear store, windowpane flannel with a spread collar [​IMG] [​IMG] cheapo bb irish linen [​IMG] [​IMG] vintage oddball with an amazing texure/weave [​IMG] The first of two Eskandar shirts I found in two different mens shirts sections. They might be mens? The buttons are on the correct side, and they both fit, in an eskandar kind of way [​IMG]
    olive green linen. I'm always amped to see an Eskandar label on the racks- great roi on pretty much any womens piece and the construction/materials are always solid [​IMG] made in England [​IMG]
    Not Eskandar, bur found alongside the green linen shirt above, probably (possibly) same donor [​IMG]
    cotton milsurp longsleeve polo - it doesnt come through well in the pics, but the fabric has a fantastic finish (or patina, if you like) [​IMG] [​IMG]
    A day later, 20 miles away: [​IMG]
    Black cotton with a band collar and a boxy fit [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Fewer pants than shirts, thank god [​IMG]
    orange cammies [​IMG] [​IMG] Brioni piuma wool trousers, navy with a lighter micropane [​IMG] Pleated, but mcconaughey sized and wicked slim [​IMG]
    Third and last: [​IMG]
    Borrelli light pink light weight chinos [​IMG] [​IMG]
    I stash scottish cashmere like a squirrel stashes nuts [​IMG]
    my baby blue pringle [​IMG] [​IMG]
    andd a bit more pringle [​IMG]
    look at the vee! none of that stingy little vee you get with J crew sweater vests, or whatever [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Patagucci wool blend hoodie, presumably for wear by cool stoner bros [​IMG]
    More Scottish cashmere, this time too large for me (fortunately) [​IMG]
    ethrift that worked out real well [​IMG] that TB touch.. [​IMG] cuz I needed more scottish cashmere! Been wearing all day, it's love. [​IMG] Moving on sport coats: [​IMG]
    dove gray ludlow in irish linen [​IMG] [​IMG]
    a bit dated but cheap and purdy - d'avenza wool/cashmere checked sc [​IMG]
    I've always had a soft spot for weird old English tailoring; high tight lapels, kind of a trim, boxy fit, great patterns [​IMG]
    ticket pocket, throat latch, dual vent, and a moth hole here and there to round things out [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    susu in reda wool [​IMG]
    [​IMG] all around pretty nice, I hadnt handled suitsupply tailoring til now [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    This one goes right into my wardrobe, no tailoring necessary [​IMG]
    perfect pattern - involved, but not too in your face [​IMG] [​IMG] 2 btn 2 vent [​IMG] Isaia for Saks, 97% wool, 3% cash [​IMG]
    Etro brown moleskin [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] usually Etro's tailoring is done by Boglioli, but this doesn't look like them- any thoughts? [​IMG] wouldn't be etro without a hint of weird [​IMG] another e thrift, and a halfpop! [​IMG]
    [​IMG] Love that printed lining [​IMG] unstructured olive cotton [​IMG] Massimo Piombo [​IMG] by Kiton. real slim and cropped. [​IMG]
    Outerwear, starting with a Club Monaco insulated shirt jacket [​IMG]
    a pretty cool design - I've been keeping an eye for a down/puffer shirt for a bit now, so this fits the bill nicely [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    A bit more techwear from Tumi [​IMG]
    hooded, insulated, t tech [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    more bond girl than techwear [​IMG]
    [​IMG] [​IMG] Bogner ski suit, half quilted half neoprene [​IMG]
    There has been an embarassment of badass vintage winter coats in the field lately, but for spatial/financial reasons I tend to leave them behind, but I dug this Teller coat [​IMG]
    in cripsy, like new condition [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    really buttery shearling in like a soapstone gray [​IMG]
    [​IMG] sawyer nappa x perry ellis [​IMG] x lord and taylor x fifth avenue [​IMG]
    "Womens" "Shott" motorcycle jacket, courtesy of Linda. Hi Linda! Thanks! [​IMG]
    [​IMG] Perfecto. Fits like a creaky leather glove. TBD is weather I am a "moto" kind of person. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    That goold ol vintage Woolrich - all pockets and plaid [​IMG]
    now this fucking thing- [​IMG]
    Yves St. Tropez, made in Italy from like 25 pieced rabbit pelts [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] reversible to pale leather, with a handpainted dragon and rose decal [​IMG] I mean come on. Worst part is it fits, but I'm not sure I have stones... [​IMG]
    sniped this off craigslist - apparently - about 25 minutes after it was posted [​IMG]
    USN N1 deck jacket, circa 1944 [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Good shape for its age [​IMG] aplaca liner is flawless, basically [​IMG]
    Another craiglist comeup - old timey PRL barnstormer with a sick shearling collar [​IMG]
    [​IMG] [​IMG] wool blend blanket lining [​IMG]
    And finally, an ethrift I paid up for (though it should be well worth it) [​IMG] [​IMG] my first piece of Zilli tailoring [​IMG] those cuff turnbacks? silk facing [​IMG] ditto pockets [​IMG] ditto entire jacket [​IMG] [​IMG] That's the stuff [​IMG] crazy incredible construction on the back - martingale + buttoned vent - not pictured? insane level of handwork all over [​IMG] Plus also a couple things for my walls: [​IMG]
    really dig this piece: [​IMG] don't know much about this guy but I found an interview with him, seemed like a crusty, likeable old dude [​IMG] [​IMG] And this piece seemed pretty timely, given pp's presence in the headlines of late [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    That's it gentlemen, thanks for your patience! Best of luck out there in the thrifts.
    [/quote] Good lordy. Especially that Zilli!
     
  15. drlivingston

    drlivingston Senior member

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    It's what they serve after the cold appetizer and the soup. It's the turd course of the meal.
     
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    Dirt Senior member

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    Somebody get this guy a microphone
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  17. ClosetEvolution

    ClosetEvolution Senior member

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    Finally. Caught. Up.
    I've been digging my way out of a SF thrift swag hole all week! And was losing ground until today. Great finds all!
     
  18. mrcmcklwht

    mrcmcklwht Senior member

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    I think it was @Jompso who posted on how you can tell if a Canali is a suit or sc from the tags a while ago.
     
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    Thrift Vader Forum Mechanic

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    Gentlemen, you have 48 hours left in the scavenger hunt.

    Not only is the Parrapa the Rapper singing Alarm clock up for grabs, but if you want to pick the list items for the next hunt?

    Get out there and Thrift like a trophy is on the line. [​IMG]


    The trophy of trophies:


    [​IMG]

    the list:

    1. A decent pair of jeans to put on in the morning.

    2. An interesting Clock to keep you on time for work.

    3. A Badass T-shirt that defines you.

    4. A Bicycle/SkateBoard suitable for sunny day lunch rides.

    5. A Swag as F*ck Comfortable jacket. 1990-1999.

    6. Dat mean Duffle bag to carry your Thrifted goodness in.

    7. Essential Sounds on Vinyl.

    8. That Game Console you had, or wanted, Back in the day. (games count)

    9. Sweet Kicks for the Little guys.

    10. Something 50% off, that you know somebody else would love. post it, name them, see if they want it.

    -This weeks theme, is the #Thriftlife Experience. go get it Jedi's. [​IMG]

    (if 2 or more people get all 10? winner will be decided on A.The games. B. the sounds. C. The Swag)




    show me what you got! [​IMG]

    (in the lead is @Purplelabel with 3 items, tied with @Mr G from SD 's 3 "wall art spec" skateboards. )
     
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  20. capnwes

    capnwes Senior member

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    Hmm, 48 hours eh...
     
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