Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.
Vintage Levis little 'e' denim jacket made in the usa, size 40.
I/m on track not to visit a thrift store until may 15.! OTH wild thoughts escape when I see these Kitons and the Berluti posted on AAAC thrift thread.
the model with 2 or 4 pockets on the front?
LOL! I closed the top of my desk to snap the picture when my wife walked by to give me my breakfast - Mascarpone French Toast w/ a runny egg and a Carlsberg glass full of OJ.
Maybe I'm telling you what you already know, but the one on the left looks like a tie made specifically for the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum in France. http://www.museetoulouselautrec.net/
Sort of like running into those ties made for The Metroplitan Museum of Art, although the one you found is probably higher quality.
Hello! It's got four pockets...I guess that makes it:
1980s to present. Damn. If no one wants this 40R beauty, I suppose it's a return.
yeah it's a more recent model, on the other hand those can look rather damn good too.
Even though i'm on the lookout for one it is way too big for me (im like 36-38) but hopefully you'll get it sold, since it looks pretty awesome together with a grey simple hoodie
OK, dudes. I have almost 200 posts to catch up on and PMs I owe all over the shop about those shirts. All of that is to come. It's been busy.
Can I get a quick answer on the following: Anybody know who makes BB 1818 Made in Italy trousers? I thought I read once in this thread that it was someone pretty respectable, but I'm having trouble finding it.
Pictures and measurements!
Check for this on the wash instruction tag
got 2 new mainline zegna suits for $700 today. not a huge steal but a decent deal..
Yes, it has "Denvanlay' on the wash tag. What's throwing me off is the logo, its appearance, placement and that it appears to be stitched directly to the shirt, leastwise, there is no patch on the other side/interior. Thanks for your help.
Well this is the one I found... and I have it listed as real so hopefully it is
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
Someone donated their whole Polo RL odd trousers collection. Lots of Corneliani made ones. Tagged 32. Houndstooths, glen plaids and checks galore. Too bad these aren't worth grabbing. Couldn't even move a pair of NWTO silk houndstooth Polo by Corneliani trousers in a 34 waist. for $5.
2 hours left, 57 bids, $2,225. Spoo, You are a mfing beast!
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