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This thread gets a little weird sometimes.
Just listed my slim bootcuts in size 30x30. Bought them a couple of years ago, but wore just a few times. I prefer the straight leg. http://www.ebay.com/itm/230863667270?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Inventory on new RRL jeans is problematic. Shortly after they added the jean to the site, about two weeks ago, they had a full complement of sizes. A day or so later, they had just a half-dozen or so sizes. Then, a few days later, a full complement again. So I ordered a pair during the give in style sale. The purchase went through. Then today I got an email stating that they were out of my size and the order was cancelled. No other information, such as "we'll let you know...
Just my opinion, but I think you'd look better in straight legs. These low straights shorten your lower body. The big shoes juxtaposed against the skinny bottom of the jean accentuates this.
Are those RRL or Blue Label? How do they fit?
New cut or is this a one-off? http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=13088141&prodFindSrc=cart&sProdEvar=Shopping+Bag
I know you guys are all wild about these RRL boots, but I find them oddly Victorian looking.
The Japanese obsession with fashion, American fashion in particular, borders on creepy. Last time I was in Tokyo, everybody looked like they belonged on the set of "Grease."
I've always shied away from A-2 jackets, just because it can make you look like you're a military wannabe, but that RRL A-2 jacket is fantastic looking. If somebody sees it in the store, would be interested in knowing how it fits.
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