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Options for buying RRL for Canadians (excluding Ebay, of course):1. Holt Renfrew used to carry RRL mixed in with the PRL stuff at the Bloor location. I haven't been there in ages, so I'm not sure what's up now.2. ThisIt used to be that the US site wouldn't accept international credit cards. Now that they do, you can ship to a US address. Two methods come to mind (both of which I've done)a. Proxy. I've used both Deez and RKD and both have been great. There are others here...
Don't know if it's already been mentioned, but $500 for the Wellhouse in size L strikes me as mighty fine.
Not sure about sweaters (I'm assuming it's the same), but concerning indigo setting, it involves a certain proportion of vinegar and soaking (maybe some salt to). I used to know the proportion but can't recall now. Just google it. I once bought shwe shwe S. African indigo fabric from reproduction fabrics and they sent a guide on how to set indigo.
Carson has two on what appears a fantastic discount - 50% off of $650 to $325. I say 'appears' because Kafka has similar IM cardigans on full retail at $443. Still, $325 is good. Not having to worry about extra shipping and customs makes it even better.
Granted looks nice. http://www.grantedclothing.com/collections/ready-to-ship?page=2 Would score multiple items if they did custom.
Some haven't. Some you have to click to get the adjusted price. Some don't adjust even when taken to checkout.
Lots of discounted shoes and boots. I like the Graysons, but not knowing how they fit, I'd rather not: https://www.ssense.com/men/designers/paul_smith/shoes https://www.ssense.com/men/designers/ps_paul_smith/shoes
I don't have enough variety in my RRL collection to make a general comment of inconsistent sizing, but I can say that I have alot of denim western shirts from 2010 to 2014 all in XL and every single one is practically perfectly consistent. I am quite surprised how well they all compare with one another. A wabash I own in XL is also consistent with XL denim shirts. Regarding jeans, I only really look at straight leg (raw/rinsed), have only owned a 36, and from what I've...
Regarding Frans Boone, I haven't ordered... yet. But I think you can guarantee getting hit.I like that they automatically deduct VAT. Best thing is to wait for some free international shipping to offset some of the costs of duties.I asked if they could ship with a domestic courier, but they will not, UPS it is.
I've noticed that listing. Seller is a poster here.I asked the same question a while back and RKD, who owns a pair, stated that they don't seem to shrink that much, certainly not what is stated, IIRC.I'm normally a 34-36 jean, depending on other variables like front rise length (34 in straight leg). I would be willing to buy a 34 in these, but not the 36 just for the fact that at 37" in waist already, I'm not confident that they'll shrink enough to give me what I'd like.
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