Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.
Ummm, 44-46 isn't that big. I'm 6'1 and 205 lbs and am a 42-44 R.
44R isn't that big, but 46L is quite a step up, especially on the looser fitting brands.
its alot of fabric
solid buy or no?
I leave them. From what I have found they aren't worth picking up.
Holy crap, I can relate.
well played, HA!
Got a few things yesterday.
Gray and White Striped Cotton Seersucker suit. 44L 40/31
J. Crew Pink 3 Button Cotton Chino Suit Sized Medium, 40R 34/32
Vintage Johnston & Murphy Longwings 12 C/A
Cole Haan Cap Toes (Maine USA) 12 D
Also not pictured...yet
10 pairs of old cufflinks, mostly Swank.
4 Pairs of Zanella Pants in various sizes
1 of them is Platinum LP 120,
2 are plain double pleated
and 1 is pure.......
in a 38. Non pleated, Non Cuffed
Nice Kiton pickup....blazer, yea not so much Although, I wish it as sized for a small man, (not a toddler).... Linen? double breasted peak lapel blue blazer....
Also, just snagged this off ebay Hopefully the measurements are correct as the other HF 36S I have measures much larger. I assume even though made by HF, they make them to the Burberry's "fashion" specifications and measurements, hopefully slimmer!
A few things from last week:
Pendleton Navy Blazer - I picked this up in a hurry thinking so I am not sure if it was the right thing. Probably between Brianpore and Grendel size
Lanvin (paris/ny) Recent Feather Suede Blue Blazer with marble-like buttons
Cole Haan leather belt
and this ... which I am doubtful of its authenticity.
No luck thrifting at all for a few weeks here but I did snag this Filson x Levis vest from the clearance rack at the Levis store for just about 90% off.
Don't be stealing my goods!!?!?
This needs to be the auto reply, I always check this when in store pricing items.
If they are size L and would be good for golf, I would take them
You realize, of course, that having said that, I'll never see another for the rest of my thrifty life!
Seriously, I'll pay attention. Any patterns / colors to avoid?
My family lives in Iowa and I must say that it has to possibly be the worst state to shop in. Up there with Wyoming and Alaska....
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