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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. double00

    double00 Senior member

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    @Nobleprofessor

    that shirt could be something great. tbh i dunno that much about shirting, but i'd guess 50s or 60s. the model of shirt is Sawtooth.

    i think if it were denim or chambray it'd be $$$, but it's super interesting as it is. what is the fiber content? love the pearl snaps!

    i'd look around the lvc catalog to see if they repro'd this. i assume it's true vintage, but it might help you to research/date to look at the lvc stuff. sweet find.
     


  2. impuntura

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  3. Nobleprofessor

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    It's definitely vintage. There wasn't anything at this estate sale newer than 60's. I don't think there is a tag with fiber content.
     


  4. impuntura

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    Been looking for a cardigan,too much?
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  5. PantherPatrol

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  6. barrelntrigger

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    Chasing the thriftening high has neted me this...
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  7. glam922

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    So.

    3 ties to begin with:
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    I also noticed several ties made in Italy from various brands but nothing that felt super nice or looked too good so left everything else behind.
    Then blazers. All my sizes so I suppose that's from a single donator(probably same as for the made in italy ties)

    1 BB navy jacket. I think it's an orphan but could not reunite it with the matching pair of pants.
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    Then 3 nice blazer in a row. 3 Samuelsohn. Unfortunately 2 of them have a small issue: the lining is ripped at the back vent. From what i can tell it's not *too* bad and a tailor can probably rectify this no problem. Or at least I hope. that's why I kopped. From the outside they are nice and my size so I do not mind the small wear signs in the lining.
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    Last thing: a BB suit that was an orphan. I found the matching pants... or even 2 matching pants. But when looking closely, one is matching the fabric perfectly and the other is only slighty ligther.
    The good news: the pants that match are my size. The bad? I did not notice a small rip in the front when picking it up. it's been "fixed" but it's clearly noticeable. Now that i noticed I'm not sure what to do.
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  8. PLaydice

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    The levis shirt is 1950's sawtooth shirt its killer and better than damn near any other levis shirt.
     


  9. TheNeedMachine

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    Even out that tan, Telly, before you go out in public. :)
     


  10. PLaydice

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    thats def legit Gino Versache. :crackup:
     


  11. Ds13

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    Just went through and photographed my entire backlog. [​IMG]

    but now I've got to measure everything... [​IMG]

    So here we go, another photo dump. (couple of doubles in there, my b)
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    How'd I do? @PLaydice @noob in 89

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    ZegnaSport 1/4 Zip, and Hugo Boss Thermal hoodie


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  12. impuntura

    impuntura Senior member

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    Lol vneck curse,also i can't stand air-conditioning always have window open when driving so my left arm is always a different shade then the right .
     


  13. noob in 89

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    :wow: Holy shit, man! Engineered Garments linen!

    And soz bro, I dunno. Unless it's something I wore when I was eight, all my t-shirt knowledge comes from Google and Playdice. :teach:
     
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  14. Ds13

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    wasn't true thrift! discount purchase from a few weeks ago. but still amazeballs (would love to trade someone for something similar in a Small!)

    and no worries! gracias!
     


  15. FlorianQC

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    Dalton. We have to talk.
     


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