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yes, I downsize 2 in all RRL Jeans and other pants of the brand. (I am 32, I buy 30) Here, fitting is very similar to officer chinos (I wear 30/32)
Quick jumping pic of those amazing repaired cords.
I am not a peacoat expert, but yes it fits perfectly.Like you, I had to size down to S with mine (the longer one).Yes...dark pic
Nice leather...match very well with a pair of jeanshere they are with amazonas camp sole red brick and RRL jeans
Dylanda RRL peacoat is different from this RRL peacoat : http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=48186246 This is an older version and not the same type (different historic periods, i think). Dylanda's peacoat (and mine, I have the same) is longer with 2 additional pockets (like clark peacoat : it was sold last year on french RL website) Very thick, very warm, very rugged : you cannot put it on a suit). The Polo is more urban Fred
superbewash by hand or machine ?Fred
This is the end for BL : http://us.fashionmag.com/news/Ralph-Lauren-clarifies-its-luxury-offer,486612.html#.VVw3uc5yPq0
Quality has not declined at all... I have both old and new PRL jacket and fabrics and construction look quite the same. Some New PRL are still Made in Italy. it depends on the fit. The Polo fit is made in eastern Europe, the Morgan fit is made in Italy.
I'll post a picture as soon as my trousers will come back from my seamstress (hem)
New slim fit rigid chinos are not selvedge but they are very heavy (around 11oz). And this is the same feeling than trying RRL rigid denim for the first time : very "rigid", you need to break them. The cut is quite the same than classic officer. Straight but slimmer...but it is not a slim cut. http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=54992906
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