Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
The 70's is strong with this one.
Hard at work.
Anyone have an opinion on the west is dead jeans for personal use?
Their selvedge jeans are Not very quality. I hope their newer stuff is better. If it fits well, go for it. I would rock some uniqlo that's on sale though. I have a pair of their chinos and its pretty well made.
Ha! That might be good. What I really need to do is sell the ones that I bought to sell. Maybe I need to list them on the buy sell thread for $10 a pair plus shipping. I wonder if anyone would go for that?
These are not Alden and Allen Edmonds (I already sold those) and no shell cordovan. But, there are LOTS of ECCO, quite a few Johnston Murphy, Cole Haan (some vintage), Florsheim, Doc Marten's, etc.
While I typically do not mess with formal wear, these two caught my eye this morning.
Sorry for the lazy way of dressing... I didn't have the energy to dig out the proper waistcoat to go with it.
You'd probably have better luck on Ebay with most of it. Made-in-England Cole Haans might be desirable here, and any Imperial, Royal Imperial, or 50's-and-earlier Florsheims.
No worries, I was commenting on the Lambada t-shirt.
I know I would make more money on ebay. AND if I listed them on ebay, I would want a lot more than $10. But, that's pain in the ass part is listing a whole bunch of shoes that will sell for $20-40. I did have good luck with ECCOs. The people who like them are sort of a cult.
By "you'd probably do better on Ebay" I meant "I doubt SFers are interested in most of those."
Have you considered listing them in lots of 4-6 pairs each on Ebay?
Maybe you're thinking of FSC? I didn't know they did work for ovadia too.
Thrift Vader's Yard Sale.
stuff i have to be rid of. most are at cost plus shipping.
@noob in 89
Can have these dry cleaned and pressed, if going to a good home. -wash wrinkles.
An Absolute Beast. weighs as much as it looks like. - from my own personal collection.
You know who designed this, and what it is. *Rei Kawakubo. Comme des Garcons. AD2000. patch pocket blazer. size 38. recently worn in my "Chaplin" fit.
This is a mens Kimono. MY Kimono. hand made, 100% Japanese loomed, 100% Silk. inner lining is cotton. made by a Small Kimono shop. with only a make number as a tag. The theme is "Winter". featuring snow flakes, and winter flowers. - bite me. this is the Jedi Swag.
AD 1995 . This thing is Badass. Pretty sure it's another Rei Kawakubo Piece. the cut is impeccable. Non-Vented. heavily sculpted. if you are a 37-38? Holla.
The real Evisu. x Hello Kitty.
Neighborhood x Stussy Boneyards. -fresh.
Andrew Mackenzie, RRP $900. single button long coat. Baller. worn twice. in fit pics. Mrs Vader wore it along side me in the "Chaplin Fit". (it was a spare)
Yep, the recent find. the Damir Doma Ninja hoodie. this thing is smooth.
Yohji Yamamoto "pour Homme" boots, hand made in Italy,never worn. no box. will never see boots like this again. size 10.
Iron Heart 21 oz 634S selvedge. 30/32 real measurements. so, if you are 5ft7, size 30? you know what to do......
eh, that should do it for now. random stuff later.
wiling to do better than my BIN on 'teh bay for you fine folk. so hit me up. Lowballers need not apply.
Cop for 80?
Burberry london womens blue trench inner lining with hood
Any Nintendo fans out there? Saw this neat bag at lunch today (this is just a photo I pulled off google). Passed on it but would pick it up if someone would actually want it, not sure if it has value.
That's some nice stuff up there Vader!
Found a couple cool things myself today.
NWT BBGF navy sportcoat. Sleeves still basted with tag still attached and buttons were in the front pocket. Available.
Gentlemen's book. N/A
PRL black velvet blazer, size L, available.
Sick sick sick vintage PRL virgin wool burgundy shawl collar cable knit sweater. N/A I almost walked out of the store without checking the sweaters, remembered at the last second, went back and saw this beauty sitting there for the princely sum of $3.79.
I've been on the hunt for black PTB's for a while now, and though these are certainly not the best, they will most definitely due until something better comes along. N/A
And then this beast. Super heavy mens wool cape. Totally handmade. I've never in all my years of thrifting come across one of these. It's a little beat up, naturally, but I couldn't leave it there to possibly end up as scrap material. From my limited google-fu, it seems most people stopped wearing capes in the 1890's, though use was on a steady decline since the 1820's, with the rise in popularity of the greatcoat.
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