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I have no idea if this bag is real or fake. Nor, the brand. Any insights we’ll be helpful.
 

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Damn $149 for a double mackinaw? That’s a steal
Right? I also grabbed a tin cloth tote bag for $50 to go with all those pants and shorts off the clearance rack...
 

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promised I woudnt go anywhere on half off day but the itch got me and while its a meh sale its still always nice too see.
 

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need some help/advice for a personal grail I gotr earlier this year.
rescued this vintage Brown's Beach coat at the bins, one of my holy grails to get, but it is in need of some serious repairs. appears something chewed up a pocket, and the collar is in rough shape. does anyone know who might be able to restore this? is it worth it?
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need some help/advice for a personal grail I gotr earlier this year.
rescued this vintage Brown's Beach coat at the bins, one of my holy grails to get, but it is in need of some serious repairs. appears something chewed up a pocket, and the collar is in rough shape. does anyone know who might be able to restore this? is it worth it?
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If selling, I would definitely say to move it as is. You'd never get return out of repairs that extensive. Trying to restore it back original would be super costly. I could see someone getting creative with the repairs just to make it wearable.
 

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Sachiko Dream Coat . .?

If you want to Evolve it, Send it to me. i can have experts tinker with it. or, I can work on it.
either way, it would live. As Hipster Catnip.
 
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