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Yup. If I was you I'd be taking advantage of the student discounts at RL Rugby and J. Crew and their constant sales. Pick up the basics. Oxford shirts. Chinos. Nothing trendy. Fill in holes with Gap. Gap has decent denim sometimes for $20. And pick up a pair of Clarks desert boots. Not $50, but a hell of a good looking shoe that can be worn with literally anything everyday.
Aaaaaand that olive will be sold out in 3...2...
I'm sure this has been addressed, but any word on a restock of navy rivet chinos? Size 31?
Up for sale are two pairs of Mountain Khakis Teton Twill Pants in size 30" hemmed to a 28" inseam. They are very TTS and measure 14.5" across the back waist band. I have a pair in very light olive and a washed stone. Great for hiking and working outside. Very similar to Carhartt. I don't have much $$ invested in these, just need the space so they are going CHEAP! Pants are both $15 each and $25 for BOTH. Next is a pair of Teton Twill Shorts in the same light olive. They...
Up for sale is a set of 2 pairs of J. Crew Factory Classic Fit Chinos. These are great business casual pants for everyday. Waist is 15.5". Leg opening is 8". One is a light khaki. The other is a washed navy. Don't have much $$ invested in these, just need the space so these are going CHEAP! $20 for BOTH
p for sale are 2 excellent ties. First is a pink paisley with blue and green shapes by Lands End (3.5"). Next is a Polo Ralph Lauren club tie in a heavy fabric (I believe to be wool, but not 100%) (3.5"). Single ties for $10. BOTH for $15! *Red BB is sold!*
No. That first shirt is a heavy oxford in a classic gray university stripe. The second has two different colored pinstripes (much thinner stripes). The first green chambray is a beefy green oxford chambray. The second is a thinner pinpoint, lighter oxford.
I'm 5'7" and 160lbs. I find their medium unwearable untucked. About 3 inches too long for me.
That's the perfect analogy. More so than AE or AF as I mentioned before.
I may be wrong, but I think I heard this line is replacing Polo Jeans Co. Can someone else confirm?
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