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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

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

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  1. Greg613

    Greg613 Senior member

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    You can't thrift an Affliction or a Tapout shirt to throw in with those jeans?
     


  2. Evil Abed

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    Spoo's haul response over here =
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    Those shells look like... size 12's?
     
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    And here I thought I had a decent thrifting day! [​IMG]
     


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    Thanks! A guy's gotta ask.

    Yeah no interest in the Chanel - but I bet your wife was happy to see them.
     


  5. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Not the shoes, but I might be convinced to trade the PRL suit or the Isaia jacket.



    She was under a no self purchase ordinance. I was happier than her.
     


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  7. Larson McCord

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    nothing Spoo level but some decent stuff.

    Polo Ralph Lauren unstructured seersucker with working cuffs, Medium fits a 38, 3 button not vented though but very cool summer jacket
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    Awesome Norman Hilton gray plaid winter weight tagged 41 but measures 40
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    Brant by Arnold Brant made in Canada cashmere sport coat, not something I normally pick up but super soft and light and looks pretty recent. 3 button 2 vent and awesome pattern, 40L
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    Lubiam, I may keep this one, another recent awesome pattern
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    Corneliani tan houndstooth, very soft but unvented 42L
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    Zegna mohair taupe, also unvented, tagged 56 but measures closer to 42
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    Brooks Bros made in Italy tan plaid silk/linen/wool summer sport coat 44R
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    Couple of nice Billy Reid shirts size Medium, made in Italy
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    Holy shit Spoo, how much were the Lobbs and Aldens?
     
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  9. VLSI

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    spoiler tag please
     


  10. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Spoiler the pics mang!

    Cheap enough. ;)
     


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  13. SpooPoker

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    hideous right?

    found another ibex today $$ - ajay short sleeve shirt, figure you are the only one on here would appreciate it

    also $4 at savers - normally everything worthwhile there is $12.99+
     


  15. TheNeedMachine

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    Hit two GW's and two indie thrifts today. Nothing overly remarkable but some decent flippage.


    Pair of JAB ties, which I would normally pass up but these were NWT and made in Italy. $2.92 each.
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    Two Polos, $4.92 each.
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    Two Tommy Bahama's, $3.99 for one and $2.25 for the other.
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    Four Brooks Brothers, $4.92 each.
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    One short sleeve Polo, $4.92.
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    Stack of ten Polo long-sleeve button down's, all size Large, most with laundry tags with the same customer name, $4.92 each. Probably list these as a lot of 10, or two 5's.
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    Robert Talbott, $3.50.
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    ...and this unknown DB coat for $3.50...
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    ...Franco Ferretti Milano [?], Eur size 54...
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    ...wool...
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    ...tags in Italian and English...thinking Italian-made?
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    ...but doesn't matter as I LOVE the colors & pattern (I need to stop buying things that I personally like, to flip, because I end up keeping them).
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    Also a 100% silk RL Polo SC, Banana Republic wool blazer that appears NWOT, few more shirts etc...

    It was friggin hot the last couple days - remote thermometer in the shade:
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    ...and in the sun:
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