I think I had the single greatest thrifting day of my life today. First, at one Salvation Army, I found a brand-new new light tan 3-button double-vented 44R Ralph Lauren Green Label (yes, not great quality, but a serviceable fused suit for what I paid for it) in summer-weight wool, trousers unfinished and pockets and vents still sewn shut. I'm a easy off-the-rack 44R these days, and the fit was perfect. I'm a freelance editor and writer, so I also work as a suit specialist at the Macy's here in VT to get health insurance, so I know that it must have had a tiny pinhole or some tiny imperfection somewhere (I couldn't find it for the life of me); and I know that Macy's eventually sends its damaged items to the Salvation Army. $15 and straight to my tailor for the trousers to be finished, so $30 total. Not bad. Then, a real gem came later in the day: at the other Salvation Army in Burlington, VT, I found a pair of Allen Edmonds charcoal closed-laced sueded cap-toes (model name is Barton; which is apparently discontinued) in exactly my size, brand-new in the box with the trees, individual shoe bags, an AE shoehorn, and all the paperwork that comes in the box, as well. $6! On to a consignment shop I sometimes visit; usually there is nothing any good there, but I miraculously found a beautiful nearly-new Canali DB navy 44R suit. The coat fits perfectly, but the trousers had been taken in to a 36x31, so they need to be let out to a 38x32 -- plenty of material to do so. $31, and tailoring will probably cost another $30. Like I said, best thrift day ever! -jpb IMPRESSIVE!!! What makes this especially unusual/cool is that two of the three items you describe were essentially NWOT/NIB - VERY rare for thrift-store finds. I had a pair of the Bartons once. Almost new off eBay. However, they were C widths, just as my feet had begun to widen to the point where I couldn't comfortably wear a C anymore. They were lovely and versatile shoes - you should be able to wear those w/suits, chinos, jeans or whatever.