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

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

  1. joshmick

    joshmick Senior member

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    I feel like the Stefano Ricci Luxury Collection are the nicest I've handled. I am not much of a tie guy, though.
     


  2. joshmick

    joshmick Senior member

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    Spoo just sold this bad boy for me:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/361360703886?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT
     


  3. FlorianQC

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    EZ Couture suit for 45EUR? Sure, why not.

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    For wearing or for flipping? Totally different answers

    For wearing: Robert Talbott (BOC, Estate, or 7-Fold) - I am a bigger guy and I like a substantial tie that is durable and holds a knot. Plus, at their second-hand pricepoint (who pays retail?), I don't feel bad if I destroy one or give one away.

    For flipping: Dildo quindici or venticinque - No explanation necessary

    For target practice: Charvet - You literally have to wear gloves when handling some of the woven ones or they will spontaneously break out in pulls and runs.
     


  5. Thrift Vader

    Thrift Vader Forum Mechanic

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    +1 Talbot 7-fold tie a nice knot. and Canali.
     
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    Na strictly for wearing. No flippy. I like hearing opinions of others in here. Recently fell in love with a Brioni of mine. Knot on point with that tie, every time.
     


  7. Bahljs

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    E-Thrift, sooooooooooooooooo pleased with this cop n' pop.
    Snagged these BEAUTIES off the bay for a killer price. You do not see these come up often (like ever), and when they do, they're unwearable. In pristine deadstock condition. Notice '25PSI' on the gigantic air bubble; back when Nike used to individually pressurize the air bubbles according to running pressure points. Crazy.
    Feast your eyes on amazingness fellas.
    From 1994, Nike Air Max
    2 Light

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  8. dukedishin

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    I don't own any but am always super impressed with Hober. Charvet ties a great knot but definitely accurate on the fragility of the wovens. Would also gives Drakes a mention.
     


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    +1! David makes some great grenadines.
     


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    I like Canali, Brioni, RLPL, and I know I am going to get shit for this, but the Joseph A. Bank Signature ties (the nice thick well made versions) NOT the executive cheapos, are actually really nice ties. They are long enough for me, they are thick and provide a good knot, and they don't snag if you look at them the wrong way.

    I have never had a Tom Ford or Hermes. I am hoping that they aren't completely awesome because right now I don't know what I am missing.

    Most of my favorite ties are vintage and not necessarily popularly recognized brands.
     


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    Finally found a yashica t4!! An easy 200 bucks in my pocket for the bayz
     


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    Kiton Cashmere. #warmstickofbutter
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    Dude I have to agree with you on the JAB sig ties. Excellent knot tiers, look very very nice.
     


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    I like the construction, knot and woven patterned ties made by Lands End
     
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