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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. AndroFan

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    You just won the day good friend...that is Kiton. It's a bit older, but that's definitely Kiton unless I'm missing something.

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  2. Brianpore

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    I see "really small" and get excited but then remember 38 is really small for most of you guys [​IMG]
     


  3. Klobber

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    + 1, Kiton made for sure.
     


  4. horse's_ass

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    Picked this up today. Definitely not available.

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    Anyone wanna weigh on this shirt's authenticity? The script on the label looks off. That said, the label is in the proper place for Gitman-made Burberry London, made in USA tag looks correct, pearl buttons with stitching that is consistent with my other Gitman shirts, care tage looks legit.

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  5. elev8rz

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    Here are some recent finds from the past few days:

    Okay, I found two Zegna's with different tags. Would someone kindly explain the difference? The first has a dark 'Z' behind the name (if you can see it at all). The second has a little 'Z' above the name. Both are Large and available as well.

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    Found my first Billy Reid out in the wild (Size L).

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    Then, what must be an old Giorgio Armani with a mafioso-ish pointed collar.
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    Sorry, but this one is unavailable:



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  6. toscano_adottato

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    Congrats on the finds Andro. I'll pick up the Brioni tie sometime next week.
     


  7. cpmac7

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    Its real, I have sold a number of these and never had any complaints. Hope this helps!

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  8. AndroFan

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    Sweet! You're making a trip to Saks off Fifth again?

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  9. tben

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    They used to be more obnoxious, with an over-sized D. These are more tame: http://www.neimanmarcus.com/p/Dior-...s%26_requestid%3D31545&parentId=&cmCat=search

    Every time I am at the flea market I see a ton of Dior fakes.
     


  10. Klobber

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    Looking at the price of those sunglasses, I am not surprised in that case they are faked.

    When it comes to cost, I draw the line at sunglasses. I have lost more pairs than I care to count.




    Almost certainly authentic.
     
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  11. SpooPoker

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

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    Everything on this page is real.

    Except the Hawaiian Punch shirt. That shit just got real.
     


  12. grendel

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    Black label is just older I think
     


  13. Dolfan954

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    Okay, with the confirmation of Kiton, I figured I would take a few more pictures. There are two very tiny marks on the back of the jacket, I am hoping the Dry Cleaner can take care of this easily. I still cannot tell what kind of fabric this is as it is so soft.



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    Anyone in need of Harris Tweed in the Summer? I think a 42R.

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    Jacket Measurements:

    CHEST: (Armpit to armpit)
    22"
    WAIST:
    21"
    SLEEVE:
    24.5"
    SHOULDERS:
    18.5"
    LENGTH:
    30"






    I picked this up because it fit GREAT off of the rack. I am 99% sure we discussed this label as being a complete diffusion line correct?
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    Brian, where are you at? For you" little" guys!!! Corneliani for Lansons (pretty heavy weight, no pants to be found)
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    Jacket Measurements:

    CHEST:
    18.5"
    WAIST:
    17"
    SLEEVE:
    22"
    SHOULDERS:
    16.5"
    LENGTH:
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    Another Harris Tweed, this one is cool with some green flecks and for the little guys...38L maybe? (I am still horrible about measurements)
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    Jacket Measurements:

    CHEST:
    20.5"
    WAIST:
    18.5"
    SLEEVE:
    25.5"
    SHOULDERS:
    17.25"
    LENGTH:
    31.5"


    Zegna Cloth Gray Suit for Bagliani 40R
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    Jacket Measurements:

    CHEST:
    21"
    WAIST:
    20"
    SLEEVE:
    26"
    SHOULDERS:
    18.75"
    LENGTH:
    31"

    Pants Measurements:
    Waist Approx:
    35" (Approx 1.5" to let out)
    Inseam
    31 3/8"








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  14. mjt73106

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    I picked up what looks to be a gray 36L YSL made in France for Saks this week. I will try to get picks and measurements to you within the next couple of days, I did a quick measure at the store and I thought that it was a 16.5 inch shoulder seam to seam. More later. . .
     


  15. Rich0116

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    Ooooh...measurements?
     


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