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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. Ds13

    Ds13 Senior member

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    Lolol @barrelntrigger



    I want to sell them, but then again they fit pretty well. Decisions decisions...



    Hope it serves you well!


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  2. ridethecliche

    ridethecliche Senior member

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    Keep the boots. You're in a cold place, they'll serve you well.
     
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    Got back Sunday from a wedding in Philly. Recovering from what I assume is the flu, which hit during the rehearsal dinner on Thursday night. No time at all to thrift in the city, or the outer burb where most of the wedding festivities occurred. Came home and threw a bunch of laundry in the washing machine including, unbeknownst to me, a Sid Mashburn tie bought at the warehouse sale. [​IMG] I guess it's done for. It was only $25, but still.


    Half of a thrift fit from the rehearsal dinner:

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    Ben Silver tie from rhz5001
    Polo Italy linen SC from R01gt
    BB ESF- thrifted by me
     
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  4. thefastlife

    thefastlife Senior member

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    Bambino! Love it.
     
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    Orient Bambino
     
  6. ridethecliche

    ridethecliche Senior member

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    Where2kop? Creation watches seems to have a different style :/
     
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    runyourchain Senior member

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    Have Rolex, omega etc etc. Some orient and Seiko represent the best watches for your $ one can buy. Plus jealousy is a female trait. You own a damn fine time piece. That orient on your wrist is clean. I need to get one of that model.
     
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    thefastlife Senior member

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    Long Island Watch
     
  9. Snoogz

    Snoogz Senior member

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    My wife watched that show a few months back, and I too got into it : /....wimminz shows man..(she also watches scandal, but I refused)

    But it was cool, Red runs that shit!

    Just started watching The Killing. Extremely slow at times, but I'm about to just finish season1.
     
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    What the heck kind of SC is this?
    Linen/Silk blend...not seersucker. Made by Samuelsohn.

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    42L and available.
     
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  11. matty long legs

    matty long legs Senior member

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    Question for you high volume sellers, what metrics/stats do you keep track of?

    I've got what I think is a pretty decent Excel, but I want to make it better.

    Feel free to PM.
     
  12. dukedishin

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    That baby's a nice pickup
     
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  14. classicthrifter

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    I thought these were the bees knees and was going to keep them for myself with some tailoring. These are women's pants? How do you tell for sure, just the sizing? These are really casual and heavy. I didn't see anything listed sized like this on the Men's side, but a few like this on the women's side...

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    Also, thanks for the help earlier on the BB suit. I took it in to get fixed to see how nice it could look. I pick it up on Thursday. $12 total. We'll see.
     
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    My wife and I love OITNB. Can't wait for the next season!

    Fargo obviously targets the stereotypes, but there are areas of Minnesota (the more rural, small-town areas) that basically fit all those stereotypes and pretty much all over Minnesota (even in the Cities), you'll find at least a few of those stereo types.

    We don't really think about it daily but when people point it out, it's hard to deny.

    http://www.mnvideovault.org/index.php?id=15512&select_index=0&popup=yes#0
     
  16. eazye

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    Buttons are on the correct side for mens. :nodding:
     
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    Yea, usually with linen pants and a drawstring, women's won't have a functional crotch (possibly just some exterior stitching), and if they do, its usually a very small rise.
     
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    I vote mens on the linen polo pants. But I been had linen polo pants.
     
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    What's the cart kicking equivalent of what you should do when the only open space in the Goodwill lot is taken up by a big shiny new Buick SUV parked at an angle into the next spot?
     
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