- Oct 31, 2017
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VV was half off; so I went to GW and enjoyed my day
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I was also lucky enough to find some Common Projects in my size a few years back, at a ridiculous price. Not as nice as those, but still had plenty of wear out of them; I've got them on right now, in fact.My dudes,
Had a hella week. Picked up all kinds of goodies like LPiana, HF tasmanian, NWT Anniversary Brooks, Moncler...Pix later.
But, found a personal grail IN MY SIZE. You know how you buy shit to flip to finance what you want, and in your size, NOT THIS TIME:
This was me at the end of the week:
here's hoping that someday those pants will turn up and they can be reunited! Gotta set some higher goals occassionally.random late night research lead me to this pic. i thought it was pretty cool that bill blass’s jacket fit me perfectly, but apparently he was wearing it at the battle of versailles...oscar de la renta and halston to the left. pretty fuckin cool man.
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...but also kinda sad I didn’t find the pants. :/
You’re now Matlock on my contacts list
Sorry for bumping the price up on those C&JsBean USA
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80/20 USA Shawl cardigan for Davidsons..
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Dated 1951 and in my size.
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E-thrifted C&J for PRL
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And this litho from 1983. Apparently it was a series about the secret lives of teddy bears. It looked too much like a Polo bear wearing lacoste for me not to get it.
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Holland & Holland ties are money! Love finding them, generally awesome patterns (often times with a hunting theme), and almost always made by Drake's. The Flusser MTM piece is sweet as well, I've found a few of those throughout the years and am always impressed by how high-quality they are. Too bad most of the brand got outsourced to China, although I know he still does MTM in his New York shop.