Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
Dude's out here finding diamond Hermes watches.
Yes...I have a Ravazzolo listed for big guys nice light color plaid with the thread still across the shoulder blades in perfect new condition without the tags. No takers at auction in the ...low 30 range...
Please do say I need to know exactly how jealous I should feel. That's amazing.
Worst feeling 'silk' I've ever seen.
10$ bucks in the form of crumpled one dollar bill's out of my pocket.
I Bought a bottle of beer last night that cost me 10$ lol
someone took it to a cheap cleaners. that ruins the way ties feel.
It's totally fake. Super crappy all around and I haven't seen that tag before.
... I definitely sold a fake one last year then
It had the same exact tag lololol
+1, think thats legit though. Just humble opinion.
3 highlights from the day
Ebay tells me this is a thing?
100% leather exterior, wool interior. two small cuts in the leather, but can be easily repaired looks like. This thing is butter
And an e-thrift, unfortunately the sole has been replaced (very recently)
8E listed, so theoretically a US 9, but I dunno, fits more like a 9.5
That's crazy. Maybe the cleaners really did just destroy it, but it felt awful and the stitching was terrible. Practically coming apart.
Designer brand's didn't always put out great stuff in the past. Pierre Cardin for example.....
Hey guys. Anyone have a suggestion for how to get a dusty, old smell out of a vintage leather jacket? Recently bought a vintage leather that I really like, but it has a sort of vintage-shop smell. I know about the diluted vodka and vinegar tricks. Will give that a shot this weekend, but does anyone have any other suggestions?
(cc'ing @SpooPoker since he may know)
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