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post #11191 of 21972
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

I see that you must have hit outlet gold recently dude. How many pairs of two-toned, brown, Murdock Engineer Boots did you get your hands on?!

They arent from an outlet. Ive had zero luck at outlets for the past two months or so. And all of them
post #11192 of 21972
Nothing hurts more than your RL connect finding a new job, lol. No more 50% off on RRL for me. facepalm.gif
post #11193 of 21972
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Originally Posted by Dynamics View Post

Nothing hurts more than your RL connect finding a new job, lol. No more 50% off on RRL for me. facepalm.gif

A gunshot or stab wound.
post #11194 of 21972
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

They arent from an outlet. Ive had zero luck at outlets for the past two months or so. And all of them

Are those your personal brown Julian Engineers you have listed?
I love my black ones, but I have no brown...
post #11195 of 21972
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Originally Posted by Ghost01 View Post

 

I disagree with this slightly. RRL is one of the few brands that develops its own fabrics and doesn't take stock fabrics from the mills. From what i know all those brands above buy stock fabric meaning they share it with other brands. I've heard RRL spend a lot of time and money developing  their own. Couple this with only making small quantities compared to other brands this leads to the high pricing structure. I've heard some interesting rumours about RRL denim for Spring 13 but haven't been able to find out if its true or not.

 

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Originally Posted by Trimalchio View Post

Care to elaborate?

 

Not yet as i know if i get it wrong i'll get shot down. I'm still trying to find out if its true. Its to do with the fabric for SP13 and is a cool move if true.

post #11196 of 21972
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Originally Posted by harveyrabbit View Post

Are those your personal brown Julian Engineers you have listed?
I love my black ones, but I have no brown...

Yeah theyre my personal ones. I dont get enough wear out of them and i prefer the new ones
post #11197 of 21972
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Originally Posted by Dynamics View Post

Nothing hurts more than your RL connect finding a new job, lol. No more 50% off on RRL for me. facepalm.gif

Did you score that sweater in your avatar yours from that connection? If so what size? wink.gif

post #11198 of 21972
Ralph Lauren just missed their earnings estimates and gave bad guidance going forward

expect more (larger) sales/discounts to come I would imagine...




"...Net revenues should decline by mid-single digit percentage in Ralph Lauren’s fiscal second quarter. Analysts expected revenue to rise 3.7% to $1.97 billion. And operating margin from continuing operations should worsen from an increase in investments, the company says."
post #11199 of 21972

Would anyone recommend sizing up in the slim fits to account for thighs and then have them taken in? I have never had jeans taken in before (thought it was something that just wasn't done) if they didn't fit I just never bought them. There just seems to be so many more interesting styles available in the slims. 

 

I would have to go up to a 36 since 35's are not available. I also wear a 34 in the straights.

post #11200 of 21972

Hey everyone,

 

I found this sign this morning at a local thrift store.

 

 

 

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I was wondering if anyone knew anything about it. I am particularly curious to know if it is something used in stores, just sold by Ralph Lauren or a reproduction. 


Edited by jmpate3 - 8/8/12 at 2:09pm
post #11201 of 21972
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Originally Posted by RobearH View Post

Would anyone recommend sizing up in the slim fits to account for thighs and then have them taken in? I have never had jeans taken in before (thought it was something that just wasn't done) if they didn't fit I just never bought them. There just seems to be so many more interesting styles available in the slims. 

I would have to go up to a 36 since 35's are not available. I also wear a 34 in the straights.

If you're a 34 in the straight leg, you shouldn't have to size up in a slim fit or low straights. The only time to go up in size would be for the slim bootcuts which are slimmer in the thighs and calfs. Otherwise you should be good true to size.
post #11202 of 21972

Wow...thanks for clearing that up. smile.gif

 

Apparently reading is overrated and I apparently have not done a very good job of it here. All I kept noticing was people talking about the narrow thighs in Slims and never noticed the differences in the two.

 

 Really again, thanks for the help! fistbump.gif  R

post #11203 of 21972

It was produced for the brand when the brand started in the early '90s and used in display where the brand was sold, like at Macy's and in Polo stores.  They weren't for sale, just a display item.  In the late '90s a bunch came up on eBay.  It's a good find, if you're obsessive.

post #11204 of 21972
thanks for the previous help guys.

Just wondering if you guys think this might be too small/perfect/too big on me?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/POLO-RALPH-LAUREN-DOUBLE-RL-RRL-SELVEDGE-DENIM-HILL-TOP-WASH-JEAN-PANT-34-X-33-/261010950734?pt=US_CSA_MC_Jeans&hash=item3cc5770a4e#ht_2038wt_1088

If i like my fit to be a 33 saddlemen LVC. And also wear 33 Samurai jeans.
post #11205 of 21972
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Originally Posted by jmpate3 View Post

Hey everyone,

I found this sign this morning at a local thrift store.





I was wondering if anyone knew anything about it. I am particularly curious to know if it is something used in stores, just sold by Ralph Lauren or a reproduction. 

curious to know how much you bought it for?
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