Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
Takai, Im sure.
do you have a quarter million on you right now?
My aunt buys shitty ties by the hundreds organizes them into colors. She takes 5 of them and sews them into small handbags which she sells (well) at craft shows for $50-$60 a pop.
Oddly enough, it's actually been done many, many times. I had a group of old ladies who would buy my reject ties for $1 each. It was an amazing deal while it lasted. I was paying $.25 for them in bulk from a local charity thrift. Then making $.75 profit per tie (usually in groups of 100-200 per transaction). It was a win-win for all parties involved. Then, they started working exclusively with wool and fucked up the economy...
My mom made one out of silk ties. Just the top - the backing was some other fabric. Said it was a huge pain - ironing out the folds, trimming them down to usable pieces due to how the silk had to be sewn. Then she gave it to her sister before I saw the finished product.
I wish I had the sewing talent to do a quilt like that. Super cool. Even have a decent sewing machine!
Shoulda never let weezy in on that song. Jesus his verse is horrible...
Anyone know the story behind these shirts? Didn't think I was going to pay $15 for it, but it seemed well made so I did an ebay search in the store. Turns out these things sell for like 60-80% of their retail value used. I just want to know why. Their website doesn't tell me much.
I am more of a full leather hide on the bed for winter type person. Either that, or Native american blankets.
I'm pretty sure this is a thing? I always forget. Staple navy blue crew neck sweater. No other tags but feels like wool.
Yepp - worth picking up if no holes/issues, imo.
Dave didn't get into tattoos until about 1990.. Total DM nerd here haha.
"XX-Large -- Trim Fit"
^ sick pattern matching bruh
Long time alden pop, are these shell?
Also, what makes these shoes weigh a ton and a half?
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