Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.
Yea - I was also supposed to track some down for Mr. Deep. When he first saw the image he was but then I PM'd him that the ones in the pic were yours. then I told him that I found several nice sets for him until I realised they were ALL left footed. and then he was
im thinking this is 100% the case. It was not an XL - as a Large-ish medium I wouldnt have bought it for my self for fear of it fitting like under armor
I have 4 very nice left footed trees as well. Too bad one of us didn't score the rights. We could have matched up the mismates.
Living in the thrifting wasteland I do, I've decided to start picking things up for trade since I never find good stuff my size. This was a pretty good day for me:
Zegna, Charles Tyrwhitt (X3), JP Tilford, Leonardo Ceni (NWT). The Tyrwhitts are all french cuff.
Will oxy the whites for a couple small stains, but otherwise all excellent condition. Ceni: 16.5, Tyrwhitts 17, Zegna XL, Tilford 17. Available.
Interesting thrifting run yesterday... especially as I usually stick to shoes, ties, and the occasional suit or jacket.
Very good condition Kiton blue with brown stripes. Lovely color, but too big for me. Tagged 16.5 / 42.
And a Bosca briefcase. Beautiful patina, perfect medium size, clean inside, has the key, and a few scratches that I could easily live with... but I don't like the gold colored hardware.
Shirt is available for trade. Willing to be convinced to give up the briefcase if you really want it and we can work something out.
I know next to nothing about pocket squares — sadly, I have not a single one — but I saw this little guy today, and I know a bunch of you guys are crazy for em. Unfortunately, I only had Euros for some reason, and the place requires a $10 min purchase to use a card. I saw nothing else I wanted. Is it worth it to go back and pick up this unidentified pocket square? Is there a way to identify the unidentified?
That Kiton rocks!
Do places in Atlanta take Euros?
Come to wear I live and you can probably pay with goats and chickens.
I think these are leftover from a trip to Amsterdam two years ago. They're still in my wallet because I thought I might perchance by a wheel of cheese or a friendly tulip when I was heading through the Amsterdam airport on my way to Kuala Lumpur two weeks ago. Alas, I bought not a thing.
But if anyone wants to accept Euros for a thrift payment, let me know. But of course, Euros will soon be worthless, right? Right?
They'll have sentimental and historical value
Incotex for EZ staple charcoal trou, made in portugal. double pleats, split wasitband, etc.
(tentative dibs called on these, if they become available i'll post deets in the trading thread)
one thing i keep noticing: every time i see PINK shirts (and i see a lot of them), they almost always have light fraying on the tips of the collar. not sure if this says more about their quality or about the buying/donating habits of the original purchasers. anyone else notice that with PINK?
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