The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.

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  1. valium

    valium Senior member

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    lol dude,every time i look at your avatar i literally LOL,whats the story behind that anyway?

     


  2. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    I have this sweater. Found it at an estate sale for $20. :lol: I love it to death.


    Ive got one.... hit me up!


    Um, yeah. good call.


    Ill trade you for that if its a 40R. Ive got, um. Lots.
     


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    The Prada shirt looks authentic. Any chance the Borrelli shirt is in my size?
     


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    Great find!
    Insane........ :slayer:
    Killer haul! Wow, seriously - what is up with all this Loro Piana stuff popping out of the woodwork lately? Trench coats, NWT sweaters, etc. Wish I'd find some! Haha. Total bust today. Found a mint pair of Oxxford heather green pinstripe flannel trousers. Super recent, had the inspection tag in the rear pocket. Likely within 5 years old. No jacket. :fu:
     
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  6. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    Brianpore's Thrift Minutes needs to become a regular fixture.

    Also, lol @ been had polo guy. I can't pass by any PRL now without saying that... :laugh:
     


  7. Brianpore

    Brianpore B&S (BS) ambassador-in-chief

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    Did you pick them up....and size?

    Please be close to a 34.
     
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    Had a pretty good day today. As usual, I'll have measurements and better pics up tomorrow.

    Oxxford bespoke. About a 46-48.

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    English made Harris Tweed. About a 44-46:

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    Bought this because I usually don't find Versace. Probably not worth much, couldn't find the pants (if they even existed), but it was 50% off! Swiss made.

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    Austrian made khaki suit, about a 38S. Pants fit me perfectly on this, coat needs a bit of tweeking. Can't decide if I want to keep. Never heard of the maker, but the fabric feels quite nice.

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    Cool Boss sport coat

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    CT shirt. 16.5"

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    Hopefully Robert Graham polos sell as well as those hideous button downs. Ever since I cursed myself 100 pages back saying I always find them, I haven't found a single one.
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    Some great ties. The Brioni I'm definitely keeping. The Faconnable are hand made in France, the BB English woven silk.

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    LL Bean american made loafers, I think. Around a size 10.5-11. Seem to be very well made.

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    Cole Haan from when they were American made and owned.
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    And some Columbia pants on clearance at TJ Maxx, for camping and such:
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    found a super similar jacket to this yesterday...also couldn't find the pants if they existed :|
     


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    Oxxford bespoke could run up to $30K if memory serves me right. Does not mean that suit was $30K though. Pretty cool find.
     


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    Cole Haan is owned by Nike, still American.
     


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    x2. IIRC the A after the model is for suit. If it was a jacket it would have a G.
     


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    If it could be annotated with links to the posts referenced, that would be awesome.
     


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    Capn: nice suit, but you might want to think about getting a nicer shirt and tie to go with it. The wrinkly shirt, no collar stays and wonky tie detract from the look. Just my $.02.
     


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