The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

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

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  1. capnwes

    capnwes Senior member

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    Ths first pair was carefully examined by both my wife and I. We have decided on W's but it is unclear.
    The second pair are most definitely Ms
     


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    fuck man. was all ready to get 2 of those drakes and the other madder tie that went for $25ish. started doing dinner and forgot. could've gotten them all for around $150 or so probably. FAAAAAH-CK

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  3. Typhoid Jones

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    Where the hell is Valium? [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    ^ Matching leather chair and ottoman.

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    ^ "WESTNOFA FURNITURE MADE IN NORWAY."
     


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    The Siesta chair is a classic. If you got that at thrift prices you done real gooooood!
     


  5. Samuel Smith

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    W's you say???? Dibs
     


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    ^^^ Better yet... "free." It's not mine, but it was left in a vacation house in the Berkshires that a friend closed on last week. I spent the weekend up there with him and a couple of other friends snooping through a house full of furniture, clothes, objets d'art, etc. that once belonged to an 88 year old NYC attorney. It was a blast, lol.
     


  7. SpooPoker

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    Bring the M's home good sir.


    Ive got dupes of these, if you are serious :
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/180872564087?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/35056158000...X:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649#ht_5494wt_1368
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=350558943579#ht_5443wt_1368
     


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    Sorry to bump myself on this, but can anyone help a brotha out? I'm truly baffled by this. I've still be searching online and I still can't find any evidence that Lucchese makes honest-to-goodness regular dress shoes. There's this: http://www.lucchesecowboyboots.com/luccheseusa.html but it's only boots and says they're all made in the USA [​IMG]. My shoes are "hand made in Italy". I thought maybe they're different "Lucchese's", but mine also say "since 1883", just like all these boots. Seems too much of a coincidence to be possible. No clue on this one.

     


  9. LooknGr8

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    LOOKNGR8 INVADES SILICON VALLEY ON A BIZNIZ TRIP

    (I'd do noobizor type hype but I have been up since 4 eastern...)

    Here's the shiznit:

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    there's more but who gives a shit that's the greatest hits. This stuff will all be consigned or B&S'd send me offers if u want to get in first.

    SIZES:
    Etro NWT shirt: EU 44
    Brioni Cashmere: 56 (US 46)
    Aldens: 12-1/2 B/D
    Orvis HArris Tweed jacket:42L
    LOro Piana BB blazer with the hanging sheep buttons that are cooler than s#1t: 42R

    PM me if interested in anything else (yes I got a couple things for me...and the ladies in my life, this was an extraordinary thrift run!....just posting here what u want to see)
     
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    FUUUUUUU....WEST COAST WEALTH ON THE MAP.
     


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    Dibs on the blue here... Also on the stud set
     


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    :slayer:
     


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    Blue is yours, Samuel Smith dibs'ed studs already.
     


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    Paid for teh M's. :)
     


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    Question:
    Thrifted a sweet Zegna navy SC. 3 roll 2, pick stitching, ticket pocket. Has brass buttons with golden fleece BB logos (like the ones above in lookngr8's post) Were the buttons most likely replaced? Or is the golden fleece symbol used by others? Is it exclusively used by BB? Either way this jacket is tits.
     
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