The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

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

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  1. Nataku

    Nataku Senior member

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    That. Is. Insane.

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  2. noob in 89

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    Goddamit, man, someone unspoiler that shit so I can see what it is!

    (do want EG!)
     


  3. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    nvm, at last, my phone cooperates, I see it, holy Shizuoka, woo!!!!!

    Unis? How does that happen?

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  4. mexicutioner

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    woah. those shirts are straight up beautiful. :inlove:

    if any of them are a 17-17.5 x 34, holler at me! :slayer:
     
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  5. barrelntrigger

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    WWWWWWHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!! [​IMG]

    What size is that Naked 'n Famous denim shirt?
     


  6. barrelntrigger

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    Sorry bro, I think the jacket is a bit too large and too long. Shorten sleeves, the overall lengths. It has a boxy look to me. Needs a bit slimming.
     
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  7. mrcmcklwht

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    Burberry cotton raincoat
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    Corneliani cc collection, much darker irl. Orphan?
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    PS paul smith linen sc^^

    Z Zegna cotton sc
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    Tod's loafers and Bally brouges^^

    100% cashmere Rodex navy overcoat. Fits perfect except short sleeves, I might try and fix them myself, Has anyone tried? Is it hard? How much does it cost at the tailor?
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    Does anyone know which brand has this logo? I tried on a sc with all labels removed except a small square one in a pocket, which looked like this


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  8. barrelntrigger

    barrelntrigger Senior member

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    Goddamn!!!! Those Zegnas are super recent, too!!!!!!!

    Too late! Not to say you are not likeable but they are too many assholes on here to for everyone to like you! [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Wow fellas, some really nice finds lately, especially suited's Zegna haul, Mainy's brioni, and Noob's rlpl.

    I haven't had time to follow this thread in the last couple months, and have barely had opportunities to hit thrifts. I graduated college and started my full-time job, so I've been really busy. Problem is, I'm still in desperate need of some work wardrobe staples. I've been checking eBay for this stuff, but haven't had much luck. I figured I would post my ad here, so here's what I'm looking for.

    - Solid charcoal and solid navy suit (no patterns) - size 40-42 R/L (ideally a 41L, but I don't mind tailoring). I really would like something recent with high lapels and side-vents, and I'm looking for brands like Canali or better. I'm willing to pay a fair price, even if its a few hundred bucks.
    - Solid white shirts in size 16", 34-36" that are relatively recent with spread collars
    - Solid dark brown cap-toes in size 10.5-11 (either perforated cap-toes or plain toes, but not wingtips).

    I'll pay fair prices if you have what I'm looking for. Thanks, and keep up the insane hauls!
     


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    Ok guys, still need some help with this Corneliani coat, I need to win the argument with the wife. I think its a topcoat, she thinks its a sport coat or orphan. It is wool and has a very outerwear feel to it that probably doesn't come thru in the pics. It's also unvented which also leads me to believe outerwear. Here's some thrift fit pics, can anyone help?

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  12. jkidd41011

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    Shout out to Shiny for another great trade. I've done three or four with him and he's been great to deal with.
     


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    Corneliani
     
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  14. Brianpore

    Brianpore B&S (BS) ambassador-in-chief

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    Dosent the wife/gf always win [​IMG] but in this case I think she is correct. It looks/sounds like it is just a heavy flannel orphen to me for someone a bit bigger then you.
     


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    Sorry man, it looks like your wife won this round. [​IMG]
     


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