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post #14206 of 21970
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Originally Posted by mikeharo View Post

Big section of ladies RRL at the West Broadway shop this week. Never been there before so I can't say if that is normal or not. Interesting point, when I was there, women outnumbered men in the shop.

I was there not too long ago, men outnumbered the girls...

Very helpful staff, amazing people.
post #14207 of 21970

Hello,

 

I am new to the site. I am trying to find something like the Slim Faded Khaki that are on the RRL website. I know slim fit runs smaller, than the Low Straight, does anybody know of any Khaki low straight similar to those on sale? I'm a size 32X30

 

Also in the sale coming up, do you think those slim faded khaki be on?

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=17408666

 

Thank you,

 

This Blog is amazing btw.

post #14208 of 21970
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post


Cool, maybe one day women's will take off if there is more exposure online, but I don't know many women who want to dress like that I think for girls in their 20s D&S does a much better job at a much better price.

My g/f seems to be one of very few women out there who has a decent collection of RRL jeans, workshirts and jackets.

So that's why Star Iron Ore shirt fits so funky...
post #14209 of 21970
The women's site is online, wife has three dress and a couple of jeans in the shopping bag, she's not done yet...there goes the trip to Bhutan....
post #14210 of 21970
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post
My g/f seems to be one of very few women out there who has a decent collection of RRL jeans, workshirts and jackets.

Perhaps you can help me regarding the vintage rise rinse denim online for women.  My girlfriend is usually a 27 but she couldn't fit those on at all.  Would it be a safe bet to size up two?

post #14211 of 21970
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post


Cool, maybe one day women's will take off if there is more exposure online, but I don't know many women who want to dress like that I think for girls in their 20s D&S does a much better job at a much better price.

 

My g/f seems to be one of very few women out there who has a decent collection of RRL jeans, workshirts and jackets.

 

I'm jealous. I wish my gf would dress like that. She won't come anywhere close!
 

post #14212 of 21970

hey guys first time posting here and love the thread! let me start off by saying i have 2 other pairs of rrl slim fits in 28x30 and 28x32, one raw and one once washed. quality and fit are great on both of them so i decided to order some of the white wash for summer in 28x30. well let me tell you why im extremely dissatisfied:

 

first off the MAJOR thing is that the website clearly says they are MADE IN U.S.A., but the tag suggests otherwise, check out the pics:

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo-1.png

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo.jpg

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo1.jpg

 

second biggest problem is they feel cheap and the fit is way off! so tight i cant even pull them all the way up. i will be returning these but doubt ill go for another white pair, everyone beware!!!

post #14213 of 21970
dropped the price on last 2 pairs of naval chinos, i need lunch money!

anyone buy that indian head t-shirt? how is it?
post #14214 of 21970
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Originally Posted by captainshields View Post

I'm jealous. I wish my gf would dress like that. She won't come anywhere close!

 

My wife loves rrl. About time with the women's collection!
post #14215 of 21970
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post

dropped the price on last 2 pairs of naval chinos, i need lunch money!

anyone buy that indian head t-shirt? how is it?

That indian head shirt is one of the first things im picking up when the price drops. Cant justify $85 on a tshirt though when i make them every day myself and know they cost $4-$6 to make (and mine are made in the US, im sure the RRL ones cost maybe $1-2 overseas
post #14216 of 21970
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post


That indian head shirt is one of the first things im picking up when the price drops. Cant justify $85 on a tshirt though when i make them every day myself and know they cost $4-$6 to make (and mine are made in the US, im sure the RRL ones cost maybe $1-2 overseas

In the same boat!

post #14217 of 21970
I bought the fucker. It's nice. Pretty thin material and not as boxy as some of their other T-shirts. Be prepared to make up a story about a lodge.
post #14218 of 21970
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Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post

hey guys first time posting here and love the thread! let me start off by saying i have 2 other pairs of rrl slim fits in 28x30 and 28x32, one raw and one once washed. quality and fit are great on both of them so i decided to order some of the white wash for summer in 28x30. well let me tell you why im extremely dissatisfied:

 

first off the MAJOR thing is that the website clearly says they are MADE IN U.S.A., but the tag suggests otherwise, check out the pics:

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo-1.png

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo.jpg

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo1.jpg

 

second biggest problem is they feel cheap and the fit is way off! so tight i cant even pull them all the way up. i will be returning these but doubt ill go for another white pair, everyone beware!!!

 

 

update: basically i called customer service to complain about my order and inquire about the accuracy of item descriptions, the operator said this was a huge discrepancy on their part and apologized. i was also told i would not be charged the 5 dollar restocking fee and be emailed a $20 gift certificate which doesnt come close to justifying my upset

post #14219 of 21970
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Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post
second biggest problem is they feel cheap and the fit is way off! so tight i cant even pull them all the way up.

While the rigid denim can be sized down, you've got to go true to size with the black and white washes.

post #14220 of 21970
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post

hey guys first time posting here and love the thread! let me start off by saying i have 2 other pairs of rrl slim fits in 28x30 and 28x32, one raw and one once washed. quality and fit are great on both of them so i decided to order some of the white wash for summer in 28x30. well let me tell you why im extremely dissatisfied:

 

first off the MAJOR thing is that the website clearly says they are MADE IN U.S.A., but the tag suggests otherwise, check out the pics:

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo-1.png

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo.jpg

 

http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc91/samplesurf/photo1.jpg

 

second biggest problem is they feel cheap and the fit is way off! so tight i cant even pull them all the way up. i will be returning these but doubt ill go for another white pair, everyone beware!!!


Major BS. It's like the marketing staff doesn't even try anymore.

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