Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
Couple of things
First BB 7 fold
And then this...
when my father was a young guy, he had a friend who had a dream company he wanted to work for. he "applied" and... nothing.
so he put on a tie, just fucking showed up, and told the receptionist "i'm here for my interview". ends up getting hired. true story.
good luck amigo!
1) I'm assuming M Is for mens?
2) any idea what material this is?
Thought this was cool
anybody in here a robinson?
for the lady. RL horsey scarf
vintage usa rei blacklight fleece. with ski pass!
vintage hanes 50/50 "combed"
Thank you, @SpooPoker , for the amazing Brioni tie trade. These are exactly what I'm looking to fill the collection with.
M indicates a medium width. These are men's shoes. Material is Lizard Calf. See the Belgian Shoes website for additional information and prices.
Few cool things
Oxxford navy blazer
Camel hair blend polo university club overcoat
Made in France yves saint Laurent wool suit.
Lubiam made in Italy wool/cash blend jacket
H. Freeman and sons blazer
not a bad day checking out a new area.
Picked up these two vintage sheared beaver coats last weekend in "Phantom" and "Blonde".
As soon as I brought them into the gentleman cave, I decided to keep them and have them turned into throws for my leather recliners.
I can't seem to get a good pic of this LV shawl.
The belts here are all real old and very nice. The black one is real Gator.
What you know about a dumb big and heavy Milk can? These shits go for bucks homies.
what you be knowing about stupid old rope canvas and rope buoy's?
Old Krylon's are good, especially "jungle green" and "cherry red". graffiti.
Vintage Gitman for "The Hound"
made In USA BrookS Bros chino's playah.
Heres some Misc shit.
Pulling out the jacks
PATATO SACK DUNGAREES
70s levis. Blue TAB?
4 ur feetz. OG NIKE and POLO COUNTRY
GUCCI AND FENDI
OG elvis button.
Quick pic of my one find today. Minty Belvest suit. Is this the current label?
Not the current-est but nice!
love the ashtray
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