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

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

  1. Takai

    Takai Senior member

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    Seems like MG Did some work for all the whipper snappers; BoO, O&S, R&B, and one other I know Im forgetting.
     


  2. TexJake

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    New England Shirt x2. Blue Gingham n/a
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    Missoni 17
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    Don't think this is a thing, but I grabbed b/c it feels amazing and cashmere will keep me warm.
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    Breuer Orange Creamsickle!
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    2 more VV Custom CHK ties
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    And this old Hermes (that this dude left tied for who the hell knows how long...will need to work on this one to get the memory from the knot out...)
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    And theres this one too.
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    WHAT THE F***? Seriously, who the F does this??
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    This look off to anyone?
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    And Polo x Corneliani blazer 40R.
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  3. txwoodworker

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    Do you find the name Bigus Dickus funny, Centurion?
    Nice!
    Waaaaay off.
     
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  4. TexJake

    TexJake Senior member

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    Thought so too. The keeper loop is all kinds of wrong... and the content tag says "style Italy"... why fake a Zegna tie? Seems weird to me.
     
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  5. txwoodworker

    txwoodworker Senior member

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    I wonder the same with a lot of fakes, but there's money to be made by putting a label on a cheap article.
     


  6. DanM

    DanM Senior member

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    [​IMG] Oh man, thanks for that. Haven't seen that clip in years.
     


  7. double00

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    im gonna make a tag that says Dedurpdedildo Zenyah! seed your thrifts with some fakes and see if anybody here posts it lol.
     


  8. barrelntrigger

    barrelntrigger Senior member

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    Bros, that feeling when random couple looking at possible old movie posters like 40 of them and bargaining when you are looking at piss stained pants...

    Been passing on these
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  9. the2ndhandman

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    @winny94

    I'm pretty sure your reffering to my jacket as I saw that you asked on here awhile back so we can go over this again.Here is the "HANDMADE IN NEW YORK".

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    The jacket is unlined in the back as seen here. The sides and back are not as seen here.

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    As you can see here they made the sides, front and lapels in a half canvas build. There are three layers. The pen is showing were the canvassing stops just below the iner pocket. These are free floating layers and "NOT" fused. You can separate all layers by hand by sticking your hand inside iner pocket. There is no fusing to finish it the bottom as traditionally done.

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  10. the2ndhandman

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  11. dukedishin

    dukedishin Senior member

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    I passed on a pair of these a little while back too. Resale seems all over the place.
     


  12. TMAdidas

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    Alright sounds good, thanks man :)
     


  13. Orgetorix

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    Man, for your good, I'm just gonna pre-emptively state now that none of the shoes ever found in this thread, now or in the future, are size 11.5. None of them. :sly:
     


  14. sashae

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    Is this Levi Strauss & Co. cotton jacket a thing? It's roughly a 36 - S (I wear a 38 and it's snug and short-sleeved on me.) Fabric care label is in Japanese...

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  15. OolongT

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    Lots going on lately and havent been able to get out. Was only about a week without thrifting but for the addict that feels like an eternity, amirite?

    The good stuff didnt wait for me to return as I'm sure @MJMcRibb and @COtoKS were happy able to pick up my slack. Did score a plaid Bonobos shirt for me and some funk for the rest.

    Vintage Haggar Tartan Pants
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    Southwest PRL Combat Cargo Shorts
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