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The (Un)Official Thrift Buy /Sell / Trade / Want Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jkidd41011, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. jkidd41011

    jkidd41011 Senior member

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    I've got a medium Bills Khaki shirt...

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    Also have a nicer BB that I currently don't have a picture of in a medium. Not as SW&D as the Bills though.
     


  2. tben

    tben Senior member

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  3. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    No thanks. That looks like a tucker and it's probably cut a little too "generous." If you'd like these shirts though you can PM an offer as well.
     
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  4. mrdeep2001

    mrdeep2001 Senior member

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    Hey guys,

    I have a beach wedding to go to in about a month, so trying to get something together to wear. Maybe a lightweight suit, or jacket I could wear with some light colored pants (i.e. beige linen, etc).

    Jacket
    42R (i'd guess around 21.75"-22" p2p would be best), shoulders around 18.75"

    Pants
    36" actual waist measurement
    32"-34" inseam (will determine the break)
    Prefer no pleats, but are not a deal breaker


    Let me know what you've got, thanks fellas!

    ~Deep
     


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    tben Senior member

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  7. tben

    tben Senior member

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    It is a Drake's, I don't believe that it is a grenadine, it is some kind of textured silk however.
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  8. ellsbebc

    ellsbebc Senior member

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    :nodding:
     


  9. bytor13

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    46L

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    Jacket Measurements:

    P2P - 24
    Waist - 23
    Sleeves (shoulder to cuff) - 26.5
    Shoulders - 20.5
    BOC - 32.5
    side vents, fully lined

    Pants:

    Waist - 40
    Inseam - 29.5
    double pleated, cuffed, lined to the knee







    Cuff links and tie bars (some in sets). Too many, so I'll spoiler the pics.




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    I haven't measured anything yet, and everything's at the cleaners, so if you're interested, I'll have to wait on measurements.

    Daks, tagged 46S
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    BR linen/cotton plaid, side vented, tagged 38R
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    Tagged 56 EU. Peak lapels, side vented, wool/cashmere blend.
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    rtunately, this is 4'' [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    J. Press - contrast collar, FC, 16-33. Both need the "treatment" first.
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    Kind of a corduroy feeling to this one.
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    Tagged L
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  10. mexicutioner

    mexicutioner Senior member

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    need a higher-end suit in solid charcoal, 44-46R. maximum jacket BOC length 32". must be current label or extremely recent. oxxford, isaia, zegna couture, kiton, CURRENT label corneliani/PRL, etc. flat front highly preferred, though pleated pants ok. single-breasted is a must. prefer 2-button.

    doesn't need to be cheap, but needs to be amazing. this is going to be my one charcoal suit, so i want it to be a doozy. thanks fellas!!!
     
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  11. HansderHund

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    ^^ My feedback? Stop spamming. Oh, and that's a terrible name.
     
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  12. Jpmorris

    Jpmorris Senior member

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    Since when do you rock pleats?

    I NEED SOME SOLID TIES, IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING DECENT GET AT ME! Seriously, whose ass do you have to kiss to find a decent solid tie? I've only ever found like puritan and countess mara and shit for solids...
     


  13. mexicutioner

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    haha nice catch. i figured if it's a mega baller suit, it'll be worth the $50 or so to get the pleats removed.
     
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  14. grendel

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    If you're wearing your suit jacket you can't even see the pleats. Pleats aren't always bad anyway.
     


  15. ellsbebc

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    Several items I was watching on eBay ended without any bids yesterday. Is it looked down upon to PM the seller a lower price at which I'd like to purchase the item? I get a cheaper price and seller doesn't pay the fees. If acceptable, what percent does eBay typically take from the sale price?

    Also, looking for two leather dress belts: brown and walnut (size 34). Maybe a reversible? :embar:
     
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