Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
This quote did not get the praise it deserved. Too good.
thrifted stuff (n/a)
Not an expert but I'd say 60's because of all the deetz you've mentioned plus I would like to point out the single stitched cuffs. My type 1 repro has single stitched cuffs, too. Which means they've followed all the vintage denim jackets' details. So, either this is a repro, which I doubt it, it was made to specs.
That TF is ridiculous
I thought it was cleverly appropriate, given where the pants will be headed.
PART 2 B (FOOTWEAR AND ACCESSORIES)
AE Park Ave, Bally, Gucci Double Monkey, Mezlan, Bally Beatle
Cable Co, Nettleton, Mezlan, AE, AE Grayson
Hanna, Hanna, Warwick
Lembert Traditional Green Velour, Schuman/Sullivan Conn Crusher
Borsalino, Schuman/Sullivan Conn Crusher, NY Hat Co
Londonderry Wool, Wool/Silk No Name, Frangi Cashmere, Givenchy Wool/Silk, Polo Vancouver Olympics
Liberty of London, Paloma Picasso, Dunhill, Balmain, No Name Wool/Silk
No Name Silk Squares
Trafalgar, Trafalgar, Trafalgar, Coach, Coach, Coach, LL Bean Script
Anyone familiar with this brand? I can't find much on it
Edit: never mind I found a bunch, guess it's l.w. Foster
I wish we had a Waffle House in Wichita. Is it a franchise deal? Or all company owned. If its a franchise, someone needs to build one here! We are a college town, so lots of customers overnight. We have a lot of rednecks, so the grits are going to sell, and we have a lot of fat people (of course, everywhere does nowadays).
Seems to me that you have the perfect investment idea lol (for self)
As did I when I thought a Hooters at Miami University would be a good idea... got shot down real quick.
John Lobb Loafers. I will rehab once they arrive.
Look at all those nails
Oooh. Lobb Paris or Lobb St. James?
Cannot be unseen
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