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A couple shirts that didn't make the 20 pic cutoff last post:
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50s/60s rayon and what appears to be a homemade linen shirt with an indigo floral print.
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Might as well have the best merino undershirt 6.99 can buy:
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unworn/unwashed when I found it, now in the regular cold weather rotation.
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As are these vintage woolrich trousers
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Heavy heavy tweed herringbone and flannel lined khakis, both miusa
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Orange tab goodness. The brown jeans are being used in a project and will likely become shorts.
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The perfect pair of 90s blue jeans and NOS 550 jorts.
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Vintage fatigues (in various fits and fabrics) have become my go to pants lately.
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All wildly cheap, 3 'nam era (I think) and one more recent european camo cargo set.
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Shoes
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My second and third pair of alden shell (black & #8), with a pre featured belt.
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I swear I find decent suede shoes with the same (vanishingly low) frequency as shell.
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Nearly new Zegnas feat. every keyword, and beautiful C&J's for Polo. Might fit me with an insole...
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High and low bean boots for myself, feeling like a real New Englander finally.
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And last but not least these absolute stunners:
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R Martegani for Cuzzens deep navy lizard tassel loafers.
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Best part? Unworn (and my size).
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Finally, my first ever guess the maker:
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Buckle up, we ain't finished yet.
 

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Tailoring / outerwear
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Some decent & recent BB fodder, unstructured in summer fabrics.
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A very cheap womens linen overcoat from yet another (now defunct) RL sub line
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Great details, made in Italy. Ticket pocket gave me false hope it was mens.
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Huh, what a simple, unadorned jacket, wondering who the maker is...
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Hmm switzerland? Stylized medusa heads? We may never piece it together.
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Oh right its Zegna for Versace. @SpooPoker any thoughts on age?
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And a pop on Lanvin tailoring, I feel like its rare for a 'fashion house' blazer to enamor me, but..

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This thing absolutely rules. Speckly tweed, patch pkts, throat latch, and subtle design quirks
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I can't pin down the maker however... anybody?
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Reunited my second crepe silk tuxedo from Armani this year. This one fits like a glove.
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Some folks might bash the notch lapel 3 button tux, but some folks are dullards.
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And then there's this absolute behemoth. I saw that collar from afar and knew I had something.
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$20 out the door, easily the heaviest jacket I've ever held.
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Apparently the precursor to every wealthy foreign exchange students favorite parka
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Except this one is less likely to get you mugged based of branding alone.
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Snow mantra indeed. In pretty amazing shape for a ~30 year old jacket.
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And a plea for the thread: tell me this is a thing!
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Unlined pinstriped cotton Starter jacket in a hooded parka style
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Made in the states. I have found zero comps so perhaps a sample of some kind? Rear view:
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Please return your seat to the upright position, I will be taking a short coffee break before taking us into a controlled dive through ties, bags, and varied other accessories.
 

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Some decent & recent BB fodder, unstructured in summer fabrics.
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A very cheap womens linen overcoat from yet another (now defunct) RL sub line
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Great details, made in Italy. Ticket pocket gave me false hope it was mens.
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Huh, what a simple, unadorned jacket, wondering who the maker is...
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Hmm switzerland? Stylized medusa heads? We may never piece it together.
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Oh right its Zegna for Versace. @SpooPoker any thoughts on age?
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And a pop on Lanvin tailoring, I feel like its rare for a 'fashion house' blazer to enamor me, but..

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This thing absolutely rules. Speckly tweed, patch pkts, throat latch, and subtle design quirks
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I can't pin down the maker however... anybody?
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Reunited my second crepe silk tuxedo from Armani this year. This one fits like a glove.
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Some folks might bash the notch lapel 3 button tux, but some folks are dullards.
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And then there's this absolute behemoth. I saw that collar from afar and knew I had something.
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$20 out the door, easily the heaviest jacket I've ever held.
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Apparently the precursor to every wealthy foreign exchange students favorite parka
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Except this one is less likely to get you mugged based of branding alone.
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Snow mantra indeed. In pretty amazing shape for a ~30 year old jacket.
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And a plea for the thread: tell me this is a thing!
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Unlined pinstriped cotton Starter jacket in a hooded parka style
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Made in the states. I have found zero comps so perhaps a sample of some kind? Rear view:
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Please return your seat to the upright position, I will be taking a short coffee break before taking us into a controlled dive through ties, bags, and varied other accessories.
Versace is probably 94/95 or so.
 

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Various accessories (and a few more pairs of pents)
Fatigued yet? Can't help myself. Ripstop bdu cargos.
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Zipper needs to be replaced but for 3.99 come on.
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The good kind of chaps. Some ebay crusing leather daddy will be very pleased with these.
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Pop! on Johnson, here's hoping a jacket shows up someday.
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A NWT PRL doublesided crepe silk scarf (houndstooth/floral). Approx. 1/1000000th% as cool as that silk cowboy scarf that was posted recently. Seriously I'd trade my eyeteeth for that thing.
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2X Jean lafont frames. Not 100% sure these have great resale but for a buck each I'll give it a shot.
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Ties have been dry lately, but these were old, cheap, and mint.
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Anybody have experience with neckwear of this vintage? Not sure how to list them.
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Two cash/silk Etro scarves, found a week apart in different corners of the state. Green is sold.
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The gray one, well, that's a keeper. 1900 sq inches of awesome. <1/2 a cent per square inch is fair
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There was discussion recently of Hermes v Pendleton blankets. I'll go with the latter every time.
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I mean, my name doesn't start with an H so that mongram would make no sense.
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Pop on Orvis Battenkill (NWT). Mens journal collab dopp in canvas and leather.
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A minty TNF messenger bag from the Antarctica Expedition series, fairly sought after stuff.
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Perfect color for the amateur mountaineer in need of rescue
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Actually an awesome bag, would keep if I needed it like at all.
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And pop! on Briggs & Riley. Nifty garment bag/attache hybrid in gray ballistic nylon.
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Four dollars for a lifetime warrantee? Yes please.
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And to wrap things up with some dudely energy, here's what I've been living in lately:
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A Belgian made terry cloth robe. Fits like a second skin, groovy striping is just a bonus.
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Ta for now, see you tonight.
 

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@SpooPoker excellent, thanks. Fits me fine but I imagine pre death gives a decent bay boost. Have you watched The Assassination of Gianni Versace (second season of the American Crime Story series)? Pretty amazing, although I wish they delved into the man himself a bit more. Worth watching for the random Aimee Mann cameo/musical number alone, imo.

Also, no one has guessed the maker of the shorts yet. You're getting closer!
 

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