Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
GDJ are the initials.
God Damn Jack.
Suitcase number one contents. Two more to unpack.
Nooooo why could those Stans not be .5 sizes smaller. I'm considering wearing 5 layers of socks for those...
sorry man - i was wishing they were a half size bigger for me too.
Now it's just up to me to find the person with that name.
I'll thank you ahead of time for some RRL's. Thanks!
Patch pocket brodeetz
Oh look - there's a pair of black for each of us!
OK here goes, I haven't figured out what I'm doing with these. I still have to figure which RRL I'm keeping NWOT's (Store donation) on the black; the blue is used.
Fits me which means about a sz M
I hope this is real, fit's like a 40L
Guys I need some help figuring out how old this jacket is.
Californian by California Sportwear Company
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
If it can be done, I haven't found a way. The embroidery needle invariably breaks threads when it makes so many stitches so close together. That won't matter provided the embroidered thing remains, because it holds the fabric together. Take the embroidery out, and even if you don't do *more* damage trying to cut through all those tiny stitches, it exposes the damage caused by the process itself. :/
I removed extensive embroidered decorations from an eyelash sweater, but those eyelashes hid the damage. And it was only for a costume anyway.
No worries - she's over 18 - have at it.
Is there a union tag anywhere - inside a pocket perchance?
Canali staple grey suit:
Faconnable / Loro Piana Storm System cash/wool N/A
Dries van Noten suit
Engineered Garments FWK women's cotton jacket.
Coupla basics (BB merino cardigan, golden tan Polo wool twill.) Stuff that fits and looks good makes me happy, even when it's not a huge score.
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