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Is yours the 'raw' version? It seems that one has the wool blanket pocket while the recent washed one doesn't.   I have the denim duffle bag, also 'raw' with the blanket wool pocket. I like it very much.
SOLD Thanks for looking.
By the way, I had a look at the Emerson denim/leather shoulder bag. It could have been nice, if it hadn't been washed so hard, in my opinion. I know, some people like it this way. However, like jeans, which they smartly offer in both raw and different washes, I think, they should do the same with these bags and also all other clothes, like the indigo cardigans, some shirts, etc..   Also, it seems there are different versions of this bag. In some pics the little pocket...
The newest iteration is listed as 4.5 oz, so I think it's lighter than last year's. Are you sure, it's the third time? I can't recall, seeing this one before last year's. This is not your normal wabash cotton fabric.
In the movie Our Kind of Traitor Ewan McGregor is sporting a number of nice clothes that reminded me of RRL.  There is a chambray suit, a leather jacket,  an indigo cardigan and a work shirt. Does anyone know more about these items? I couldn't find any info.
Looks like they're offering this one again:Indigo Cotton-Linen Workshirt
Is the Irving Chambray shirt indigo dyed? I had thought so, but the description just mentions frontier blue.
Yes, that's a great shirt. I agree. I even wore it with a suit and it looked good. Great fit and beautiful fabric.
Some changes I noticed: The Japanese RL online shop has closed. In Europe instead of using cardboard boxes for shipping, the clothes are delivered in these thicker plastic bags.
Does anyone else also have this Striped Cotton-Flax Workshirt?       It's a beautiful shirt: great fabric (50% flax) and has a good cut. What I just found weird is that in the area of the most bottom buttonhole there seems to be some plastic in there. You can hear it, when you press that area. Has anybody else got that?
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