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post #15016 of 21987

when the rrl site online puts a new shirt up but only has like 3 sizes and or only a few shirts in few sizes why is that?

post #15017 of 21987
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Shit loads of RRL at the SH sale again today. Loads of jeans - actually quite a lot of the slim fit roper denim, and raw / rinse straight legs. Lots of sizes. Loads of shirts, leather vests and jackets and t shirts.

Everything is 65% off retail.

Pardon my ignorance but what's SH?

post #15018 of 21987
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post

Ive started to have the shirts shortened too. I picked up a western from this past winter and it was 3 or 4 inches longer than any other RRL western i own


Dear RRL design and production departments,

Please PLEASE standardize your sizing. Especially for shirts.

I understand that there are several "standard" cuts - the western shirts have a taper, the workshirts are bigger in the body, the Oxfords and dress shirts are cut like dress shirts.

But really, your sizes are all over the place, totally unpredictable, varying up to 2.5" in the chest, 1.5" in the shoulder, and 3" in length. I've been buying RRL shirts regularly since 2005 and this issue seems to only be getting worse.

While I love the attention to creating unique style and design in a variety of great shirts, it's ridiculous how much variance there is in the fit.

What to do??? 怎么办??
post #15019 of 21987
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Originally Posted by Todd Spengo View Post

Pardon my ignorance but what's SH?

Soiffer Haskin.
post #15020 of 21987
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Originally Posted by subdivide View Post

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Dear RRL design and production departments,

Please PLEASE standardize your sizing. Especially for shirts.

I understand that there are several "standard" cuts - the western shirts have a taper, the workshirts are bigger in the body, the Oxfords and dress shirts are cut like dress shirts.

But really, your sizes are all over the place, totally unpredictable, varying up to 2.5" in the chest, 1.5" in the shoulder, and 3" in length. I've been buying RRL shirts regularly since 2005 and this issue seems to only be getting worse.

While I love the attention to creating unique style and design in a variety of great shirts, it's ridiculous how much variance there is in the fit.

What to do??? 怎么办??

+1000
post #15021 of 21987
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Shit loads of RRL at the SH sale again today. Loads of jeans - actually quite a lot of the slim fit roper denim, and raw / rinse straight legs. Lots of sizes. Loads of shirts, leather vests and jackets and t shirts.

Everything is 65% off retail.

How was their other offerings (Black Label/Purple Label/Suit/Sports Coat/shoes), or you were only looking at RRL...
post #15022 of 21987
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post

How was their other offerings (Black Label/Purple Label/Suit/Sports Coat/shoes), or you were only looking at RRL...

Lots of Black & Purple label. Had shit loads of suits. Lots of dress shirts and cashmere sweaters.
post #15023 of 21987
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Soiffer Haskin.
Ah, thanks. The showroom's not too far from my job. Might have to wander over there.
post #15024 of 21987
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Lots of Black & Purple label. Had shit loads of suits. Lots of dress shirts and cashmere sweaters.

Aha, will definitely have to check it out tomorrow then, no way I can get out today, I am hoping there are 36/38 around...
post #15025 of 21987

OT I know but I would like to hear some of the opinions from the members who post regularly on this thread about the look of my new TF suit, particularyly the pattern.   I thought about posting the question here but I figured this wasn't the place.  Here is the link.http://www.styleforum.net/t/350155/new-tom-ford-suit-opinions

post #15026 of 21987
Looks like a sausage casing and why would you think the RRL thread is relevant to a Tom Ford suit?
post #15027 of 21987
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Originally Posted by rrlgambler View Post

OT I know but I would like to hear some of the opinions from the members who post regularly on this thread about the look of my new TF suit, particularyly the pattern.   I thought about posting the question here but I figured this wasn't the place.  Here is the link.http://www.styleforum.net/t/350155/new-tom-ford-suit-opinions

Agree with the other posters that it is too small and the pattern is fine as long as you have other basic suits.

I don't think you should ever buy clothing thinking you will diet/exercise into it, especially with a suit jacket or sport coat as there are too many factors to consider when looking for fit. Right now the shoulders on the jacket are off as you can tell from the creasing in the top line.
post #15028 of 21987
Stopped by the Bev Hills RRL store yesterday. They had a few sizes of some low straights and slim fits (and slim boots) left in stock for around $214 each, much cheaper than online. Didn't check the shirt/outerwear rack.

Ended up buying a pair of Selvedge Field Officer Chinos. Does anyone know when they started manufacturing these in China? I was a little disappointed they weren't USA made. Or is it b/c it's just a new version with the non-red selvedge line? Regardless I love the fit. Any tips on care for those who own them?
post #15029 of 21987
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Originally Posted by non boring View Post

Stopped by the Bev Hills RRL store yesterday. They had a few sizes of some low straights and slim fits (and slim boots) left in stock for around $214 each, much cheaper than online. Didn't check the shirt/outerwear rack.

Ended up buying a pair of Selvedge Field Officer Chinos. Does anyone know when they started manufacturing these in China? I was a little disappointed they weren't USA made. Or is it b/c it's just a new version with the non-red selvedge line? Regardless I love the fit. Any tips on care for those who own them?

They've always been China made, quality is quite good though
post #15030 of 21987
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Originally Posted by fwedo View Post

rigid low straight or rigid slim straight ?

I thought the rigid LS was still made with japanese denim ?

Low Straight, really like the fit!

In the shop they said all new denim will be from Cone Mills.. smile.gif
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