I hear ya. Makes sense. My concern, though, is that I have a lot of stuff that's built to last and be worn that sits around. I find that I rotate the same 2-3 pants and same 5-6 shirts. I guess I need to start showing my other stuff some love. Or get rid of it.
It seems like most of you have quite a bit of RRL clothing--especially pants. If such is true, then how do y'all break in most of your stuff? I find that I have quite a few things that don't get enough love, and it's really driving me towards becoming a minimalist. Anyone else have similar feelings?
Well said. I digress. Don't wanna get all Aristotelian and stuff. My guess would be because they tailor so many of their suits for customers right in the store that making them available online might detract from the overall experience. Good chance I'm wrong, though.
Talking about arguing isn't exactly productive, especially when there's no arguing taking place at the moment.
I don't know what RRL is planning on doing with the Clyde pants. The first ones made it through quite a few rounds of sale, so it's hard to envision them making it a seasonal thing. That said, it would be pretty cool to see what other colors they'll produce.