Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.
Go back and get the HF. It's good stuff.
Some more catch up stuff. I will add measurements as I go.
J Press 3 roll 2 Charcoal Nailhead with Blue Chalk Stripe - needs a little lining repair and a sleeve button.
Confex (Rumania) Heavy weave 3 roll 2, canvassed - Size 36
J Press, Greenish Gray Herringbone with Gold/Red Stripe 3 Roll 2 - Needs a sleeve button too...I think the previous owner was eating them.
J Press Flannel 3 Roll 2 Greyish Brown
Vintage Southwick for Paul Stuart Beige wiith Brick Red Stripe...needs a little collar restitching under flap.
Hanover Shell Cordovan PTBs , Black, 11 A/AAA Barely worn.
See, kids, this is why you pick up for quality, not just label... that tie is a Kiton, I'm about 99.5% sure. Matches several tags in my closet and the "styling" is spot on too.
at that Zegna... I need more SC's for work, PM'd hoping it's big enough!
I saw the T&A pindot, swooned, then saw this last sentence. --> -->
A great haul, by the way!
The AA boys would bust a nut over these.
No, no I was just kidding
I have to admit that I have been lucky over the last little while finding shell. I think over the last 4-5 years I have probably found 10-15 pair. Only 1 pair has ever been my size though.
I've found Burberry Prorsum, Betsey Johnson, Fendi, Dolce and Gabbana and Christian Loubiton for my girlfriend.
But apparently I picked up her favorite thing of all time today.
A badminton racquet.
MY NEW FAVORITE PERSON
The really thick wool/cashmere ones? Got one of those earlier in the year for same price. Love it but only got to wear it once. I've been making a killing on my fall winter wardrobe... right as summer begins.
Capnwes, what size are the J Press?
Agree with Nataku, that definitely looks like a Kiton that has lost its Kiton label. I have a few to compare against as well, they're in my sig if anyones curious.
I have a spare "KITON" label that I removed from a thrashed shirt when I gutted it for buttons that you can have for free.
(Aside: I sometimes collect photographs (on my computer) / or actual old clothing labels (in an Altoids tin) of pieces of clothing that I have personally seen that I think are interesting. It's a cheap hobby that I enjoy - don't judge.)
what deal do you mean? I'm not so sure Etro is the kind of label that would compel a lot of counterfeiting.
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