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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. hbkshin

    hbkshin Senior member

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    Prepare your eyes folks.


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  2. thefastlife

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    talbott BOC? duchamp? ^
     
  3. HansderHund

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    Mostly, I found the Hermès, PRL, and one of the Ferragamos locally. The rest were purchased in groups at a pretty good price. The cashmere Ferragamo is new with tags, but the prints were pretty meh condition-wise. Those are the beats, I suppose, so I don't really mind, but I'm happy I wasn't into them too much.
     
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    Duchamp would be my guess.

    Though maybe RG.
     
  5. rhyme

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    My last week finds.



    NWT SuitSupply wool/silk tie
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    Brooks Brothers Suit
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    BoO cord - Hand made in USA
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    Corneliani Suit - This sucker took 2 weeks to put together cause i couldnt find the pants.
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    BB Golden Fleece - little beat up
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    Paul Stuart wool & cashmere pants. Excellent condition and they fit.
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    Pal Zileri
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    BB 1818 Madison Notch Tuxedo - No pants, not sure if it was worth picking up but it was in excellent shape.
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    NWT Zanella for NM

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    Shoes - I pretended to be @capnwes by polishing them - Didnt work out to well but things can only improve from here on.


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    AE McAllister
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  6. eazye

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    So many misses today. Nike Sportswear field jacket in a size small, but fit like an xs-xxs, in hindsight, might have been a women's. Vintage Schott bomber jacket that fit me like a glove but that they wouldn't sell because the price tag fell off. :fu: :fu: :fu: Nice Collective black cotton trench with a weird built in zip up waist coat, but missing the belt and it looked the loops wouldn't have come off clean. :fu: :fu: :fu:
     
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    some slack and price on the spot (usually VERY reasonably).

    I hope you find it when they churn it out again!
     
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    i find the opposite. while they will price it on the spot i kind of get the sense their thought process is as follows: "ooohhh someone wants this, it must be something decent. let me charge $19.99 for this dress shirt with an italian sounding name"
     
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    My money's on Missoni.
     
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    I think Paul Fredrick
     
  11. hbkshin

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    It's probably RT BOC
     
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    Damn I'm good.
     
  13. thefastlife

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    what do i win?? :slayer:
     
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    I would gladly exchange my Saeco for this sexy piece of shiny metal :O :O :O
     
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    Stuff I did find over the last few days:
    Amazing vintage riding boots by Bailey's Inc, Chicago. I'm assuming custom jobs because there were about 15 other pairs of cowboy boots all stamped with the same guy's name. Luckly we were the same size, though I've got to say, they are insanely hard to put on and take off.
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    What I'm assuming are US military issue combat boots from either 1983 or 1975. My military gear knowledge is limited, so if anybody has any insight, it would be much appreciated. N/A
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    Pop! A. Testoni, size 10.5, available
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    NWT BB wool repp. N/A
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    Skeet
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    POP! RT Bespoke! About a large and available.
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    PS sea Island cotton in my size and perfectly broken in, gonna make this one of my summer beaters.
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    Noob question, but BB always throws me off. Is this Martin Greenfield? Navy and available.
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    A shit load of records, mostly disco and R&B but also some 80's stuff.
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    And it's been a while, so here's a thrift fit.
    Handwoven straw panama by Beau Chapeau, thrifted.
    Vintage B&L tortoise shell Ray Ban's
    RLPL navy linen, from Ocoony.
    70's era PRL bleeding Indian Madras, from horses ass.
    Vans, thrifted.
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    @eazye insane fit pic. One of my favorite casual fit pics I've seen in quite a while.
     
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  17. FlorianQC

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    awesome thrift fit ahah! straight from the beach
     
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    Nice finds, Easy! Those jump boots may actually be from 1991. Jump boots from the Vietnam era through the mid or even late 80's were usually (if not all) made by Corcoran and looked a little different. Those definitly look newer. Especially with the ANSI # on them.
     
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    Looks good!
     
  20. Snoogz

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    Help me introduce the newest addition to our community and family of thrifters

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    MARCELLO


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    Deepest THANK YOU to all of you for the support here on the thread and the PM's I've received. It hasn't gone unnoticed and is cherished by our family.
     
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