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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. eddievddr10

    eddievddr10 Senior member

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    Goldie [​IMG][​IMG][/IMG] [​IMG]pics of richels later
     
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    when I saw it i thought they shoe looked weird and long like it was a pencil. quick glance its like , is that a weird pic angle?
    then read the sizing!
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    makes sense given its a 12AAA
     
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    :rimshot:
     
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    Definitely a combo of awkward angles/no trees and banana feet size.
     
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    I'll just leave this right here.



    SASKATCHEWAN!!
     
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    There are at least 20 people on my TV screen right now wearing Tigers hats...

    Yeah, I've sunk to having baseball on in the background while I'm working from home.
     
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    Is this some kind of joke. She's turrible.
     
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    In the field. Four pairs of these women's True Religion Jeans with a naked woman on the back pocket. All nwt and 28. $10 each. Will these flip easy?

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    browsing bay pricing it seems all over but NWT you should be able to get a decent return, $30-$40, if anything at least break even.
     
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    Will they sell? Sure. Will you make any profit? I have no idea.

    ...is it bad that I'm trying to figure out what store you're cleaning out by the little sliver of background so that I'll know not to spend time checking it tomorrow?
     
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    Jesus WTF guys I found a pair of wool pants that fit me this weekend and thought I had a great haul. Damn I feel like an old man in the game right now.

    Good news, got some early, pre-OCI interviews with some of my top choice firms, so excited about that. Mediocre news, only really have one suit that's gonna work for interviewing, and I've been using that for the past year and a half or so for interviewing. Since I've finally put on some mass, all the alterations I did on the other two suits are making them damn near unwearable, and my current suit isn't so much unwearable as it was tailored for my old body (which shouldn't have been in that suit in the first place).

    I say all that to say I'm once again back in the market for staple Navy / Charcoal suits, 38Rs or so (finally have a solid 30W, closing in on that 31W in a few months hopefully :slayer:). Willing to pay more than usual, and will be checking the bay later today / tomorrow, so anyone with stuff up there please link me and let me know what you've got. I'm really hoping one of those suits Wes recently found will work for me.
     
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    Great Zegna day for me! Just found a perfect condition Zegna couture charcoal gray 2 button staple suit for 25 very recent a grail for me , was made for the head of a big tv network... Pics later
     
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    We need to have some kind of rule (like fishing quotas) where if you find more than 800 suits in a month, anything else gets tossed back for another thrifter :)

    Oh yeah, that was June, this is July, carry on. :)
     
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    Don't worry. I'm in Columbus. Shouldn't be hitting Cinci again until the fall.
     
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    Help jog my memory. These are Cheaney, right?

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    Managed to sneak out for a few minutes yesterday and found a suit and some shoos.
    I love light blue window pane. Hickey Freeman (and yes, I found the pants!) 42R
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    And I'm not familiar with Allen Edmonds Berkley model, but I like these. Wish they were my size. 9D
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    Thanks! Sadly it's way too small for me. Tagged a Eu 48 but it does seem to run a tad bit bigger, more like a US 40.



    :laugh:

    I wouldn't put it past 'em!
     
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    The only decent thing at a far away TJX yesterday:
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    Stay classy Jack. (though this and a bag that says "your mom" would be great grocery bags to pull out at the store).

    Saw this at a GW...
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    Will crosspost to the appropriate thread.
     
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  20. eddievddr10

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    Attolini barba nwt rlpl staple suit , crazy day
     
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