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post #14926 of 20928

D&S is very successful and accessible to just about everyone in the ways RRL or even Rugby was not. It's all about the bottom line so this was probably a great business move.

 

@Saturdays, you need to def. buy at least one pair of Mens Slim Fit Rigid now that you're getting into RRL jeans. The womens raw jeans are 10-11oz, elastane, no hidden rivets, zip fly, and generally flimsy. The mens SF Rigid are some of my favorite jeans at any price point.

post #14927 of 20928
^ Are the slim fit rigids and washed low straights this season the usual 2" + tagged size in the waist? Size up 1 on slim fits vs lows?
post #14928 of 20928
I'm sure it was a great business move. Stuff looked like shit though.
post #14929 of 20928
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

D&S is very successful and accessible to just about everyone in the ways RRL or even Rugby was not. It's all about the bottom line so this was probably a great business move.

@Saturdays, you need to def. buy at least one pair of Mens Slim Fit Rigid now that you're getting into RRL jeans. The womens raw jeans are 10-11oz, elastane, no hidden rivets, zip fly, and generally flimsy. The mens SF Rigid are some of my favorite jeans at any price point.

Some of the older woman stuff are nice too, though they're always 2% elastin. The one I came across had button fly
post #14930 of 20928
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Originally Posted by RRL CLOTHING View Post

@Saturdays, you need to def. buy at least one pair of Mens Slim Fit Rigid now that you're getting into RRL jeans. The womens raw jeans are 10-11oz, elastane, no hidden rivets, zip fly, and generally flimsy. The mens SF Rigid are some of my favorite jeans at any price point.

I'll be on the look out for sure. Although, I want the selvedge officer chinos in khaki before I venture further into denim.
post #14931 of 20928
Hoody was a great pick up kind of jealous tbh but I need more directing toward summer.
post #14932 of 20928

Roper, Santa Fe, or Big Bell jacket: Which one do y'all like best?

 

  

post #14933 of 20928

I like the Big Bell. It's a little different with the zipper front. I saw it in store and it looked well made.
 

post #14934 of 20928
^^

roper if you want something year round. Santa fe for just spring/summer.
post #14935 of 20928

Selling a pair of Made in USA hickory pants in 34/34 and brown lightweight pants in 32/34 if anyone's interested.

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post #14936 of 20928
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Originally Posted by dastig View Post

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roper if you want something year round. Santa fe for just spring/summer.

Dastig, I'm not necessarily looking for something year-round.  I like the Roper because it distinctly conveys the Southwestern/rugged appeal of the collection, but the Santa Fe seems like a really cool dye and wash.  Does it look good in person?

 

And like Rob said, the Big Bell is cool too because of the zip front and I do like the off-white for spring/summer.

post #14937 of 20928
Ended up purchasing the RRL suit discussed a few pages back. Question on it - it's obviously from an older collection, have RRL suits always been made by Caruso? It just says "made in italy"
post #14938 of 20928
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Originally Posted by clemente21 View Post

Ended up purchasing the RRL suit discussed a few pages back. Question on it - it's obviously from an older collection, have RRL suits always been made by Caruso? It just says "made in italy"

Check the label.
http://www.styleforum.net/t/24109/hof-labels-heels-and-nail-patterns-secrets-to-id-the-maker
post #14939 of 20928

Ah - good idea, but doesn't look like there is much on caruso in that thread. Thank you though.
post #14940 of 20928
Take a photo of the label and post it in the thread. I did and got an immediate (and very informative) response. Someone will know.
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