The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

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

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  1. SpooPoker

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

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    Yeah this is the top of Lanvin. The maker of this escapes me, I need to do a little research.
     


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    Well, you learn something new errrday.
     


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    Do you know when abouts its from?
     


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    HOT TIP! Total Wine carries Brooklyn Summer and Brooklyn Lager. You have to catch them while they are in stock though. There is a Total Wine in Kennesaw which I don't think is too far from you.
     


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    No hate for Brooklyn, although it is not terribly exciting... here is what I enjoyed last night

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    very hoppy, pretty intense, went well with spicy food

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    My favorite, local, affordable saison ~$6 bottle

    Nataku:

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    ... or you could just go to Tower. And I'm pretty sure Green's has it. Ale Yeah in Decatur definitely has it, as does Hop City.

    It's not that hard to find. And yes, I feel in love with Brooklyn beers while in school at Syracuse.
     


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    Have a current transaction going on with Randy, couldn't ship on time. Good guy as he was understanding.
    Picked up a versace belt, brioni, borrelli, and a few zegna shirts. Not available.
    A tip for some of you guys in NYC, the city only fruitful if you hit stores once a day.
    Try the same frequency with some outer borough spots and you gonna pull in that high end stuff.

    The Putthison blogger recommend KOSS headphones a while back, I grabbed two pairs when they were having a 40%
    off sale. Best headphones EVER. Can't beat a lifetime warranty.
     


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    ATLjon Senior member

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    This is, alas, too big for me, so if anyone out there is interested ...

    p2p: 21 3/4
    sleeve: 23 1/4 (1 inch to let out)
    shoulder: 19
    length: 30
     


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    Nataku Senior member

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    You're on a roll! Wow!

    That W&G shirt is Cotton Bush Poplin. I sold three of these in the past 6 months. One got $200+ and the other two got about $150 each. You might want to go back and get the other one, despite the stains, holes if the price is right. You're looking at $$$

    Oh, and here's what you should be looking at getting for those Canali Exclusive Collection suits. :spam: :lurk:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/15084385085...X:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649#ht_1467wt_1396
     
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    gone for 10 days - what'd I miss?
     


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    My meager offerings from this weekend.

    Womens Turnbull & Asser blazer size 16,available I bought it for $10 if it will fit anyones lady friend they can have it for that
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    RLX pants size 32,zippered vents on the sides,if I remember right its 85% wool/5% angora/4% cashmere/4% elastane/2% nylon, available
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    Zilli tie with the gold thing,available
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    I also pick on one of these at The Rack for just under $200,but mine includes a zip out vest
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/NWT-1295-PA..._Outerwear&hash=item5894a3cb1a#ht_2161wt_1189
     


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    hey, i'm not sure if this is the right place for this, but hopefully i can get some advice. a couple of weeks ago, i sold an item on ebay. the buyer claimed it was fake and instead of going through all the hassle of a eBay resolution, i offered him a refund. he sent me a confirmation number for the return and i refunded him. now, however, i just received the item and it wasn't what i sent him. how do i take care of this?
     


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    Chalk it up as a life lesson. That's your only recourse.
     


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    Why would you refund before receiving the item? Basically your only option is to try asking him nicely to send the right thing, but good luck with that...
     


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    to quote Tracy Jordan:
     
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