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    So cheap I feel like I committed a felony:



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      Originally posted by jonATL View Post


      Oh, and I found these two no-name Italian squares at Goodwill the other day (I never find pocket squares at GW).

      very jealous, those pocket squares offer a lot of possibilities...congrats on the find

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        I go once every couple of months. Recently bought a perfect condition Charles Tyrwhitt dress shirt for $2.50.
        I found the same shirt on their website for $140
        Their selection of dress shirts is usually pretty good.
        The Goodwill I visit is a few miles from a neighborhood with multi million dollar homes.

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          Like new Burberry polo for I think $15 was probably my best score.

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            Hi

            Recently bought a pair of Cordovan (!!) AE Grayson on eBay for $50.00 (!!!!) and an Alden for $60 .. The Alden are in near new shape... The AE from the pictures, look good.. New heel perhaps a recrafting ..

            I think I am done for the next 2 decades... for shoes

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              so as one of the dappered Thrifting thread stalwarts, i wanted to say that I am back at it again. Haven't found a single thing LOL but it will eventually happen.

              I think the best I found was a set of UK Doctor Martens, Doctor Martens, Doctor Martens booots for my littler sister.

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                I go thrifting sometimes

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                  I do thrift from time to time. The only reason I do not is it consumes so much of my time I'm usually stuck. Haha! But seriously, there are lot of legit items that can be found while thrifting.

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                    These beautiful Shell Cordovan wingtips from the late 1970s were found at a local Savers store. I spent an hour polishing them for looking like they were covered in red mold to this kind of dull shine. I think they're going to need a lot more elbow grease but they will come back eventually.

                    They were made for "VAUGHN AT SATHERGATE". This is a defunct Menay store 3000 miles west of me, formerly in Berklee CA



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                      Wow. What an awesome find. I never think to look at the local second hand/shift shops for shoes. I might need to rethink that. Well done!

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