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Thanks, guys. If you first do a soak, do you "lock in" a slight fade and any ensuing machine wash would have minimal fading affects?
Hey guys... Bought my first pair of rigid denim from RRL (slim rigids). I got them in March and have been wearing them 2-3 times a week. I haven’t washed/soaked them and they’ve been breaking in nicely. I am new to the fade stuff so I am not super nitpicky but I do want a nice uniform fade with SOME contrasting. What is the recommended approach – cold/hot soak, washes, etc.? I've read a bunch of different approaches - I'm just not clear on which approach gives you...
Hey guys: I noticed that Ring has a tan cotton suit in their offerings. Do they ever offer a non-cotton tan Spring/summer suit that's not MtM?
Up for sale is a brand new Large Epaulet shirt from a recent New England Shirt Co. ends for friends sale. This is a wool/linen washable in a grey color with a great drape. Closeup of the fabric here: http://cdn.styleforum.net/b/bd/500x1000px-LL-bd6031ec_GreycastTexture.jpeg These are perfect for summer. I also have the same shirt in a deep indigo for sale on B&S!
The dreaded dry-fit golf polo shirt - my oh my - how/when did that become the norm for office/casual attire?
That is a great fabric. Which eff fabric was this?
Not bad. My intent is not necessarily a work shirt rather, a light blue, lightweight chambray. And it does not necessarily have to be a RRL
Speaking of alternatives, I've been on the hunt from a good quality light blue chambray shirt, much like the waverly. Looking for something a little more slim. http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=21362806 Any good alternatives out there?
Anyone have experience with this? How heavy/light is the material?
Any plans to restock cardiffs?
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