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Cabin was built in the 1930s. The jeans are RRL wrangler repros.
post #15212 of 23127
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Saw the lowest priced RRL I've ever seen in Woodbury today. $450 suit trousers (no jacket) reduced to $9.99. Still loads of belts but only bought one for myself - couldn't be arsed buying a load.

All the belts there now are like size 38 and up. Unless they got more in the past 5 days
post #15213 of 23127
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30 & 36.

Is the 30 RRL wool trouser actually fit like 30 or 2 vanity size, so 32 in for real. I guess one can always use an orphan suit trouser more so than an orphan jacket...
post #15214 of 23127
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Originally Posted by harveyrabbit View Post


Cabin was built in the 1930s. The jeans are RRL wrangler repros.

 

looking good, keep it up.

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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Saw the lowest priced RRL I've ever seen in Woodbury today. $450 suit trousers (no jacket) reduced to $9.99. Still loads of belts but only bought one for myself - couldn't be arsed buying a load.

I don't suppose you picked up the 36 and are looking to offload them? If its the same as one of my suits I'd love a backup pair of trousers.

Edited to say that I picked up a couple of things on the sale yesterday. The cream hoodie, a short sleeve henley a pair of ter Royale work pants, a pair of carpenter jean (maybe a bit too distressed for here and this awesome vintage bag.



Edited by Jagger_On - 6/16/13 at 2:45am
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post #15217 of 23127
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post


All the belts there now are like size 38 and up. Unless they got more in the past 5 days

Any Burlington or Bellingham belts in size 38?  

post #15218 of 23127

haha..., though isn't there usually plenty slim boot popping all the time for around 100 anyway...
post #15219 of 23127
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Originally Posted by rrlgambler View Post

Any Burlington or Bellingham belts in size 38?  

Lots of both.
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Thought I'd post the belt I bought for myself...

It caught my eye as I'd seen similar in black and brown. This had a dark brown (almost burnished) appearance on one side, and a rougher lighter brown on the other. It was the only belt like this in the store, the coloring made it much more attractive to me than either the plain black or plain brown versions.

post #15221 of 23127

I think it looks better than last season's.  Similar to Schott.  Your thoughts?  

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=21362826&cp=11588650.12145641&ab=ln_men_cs2_seeall&view=99&parentPage=family

post #15222 of 23127
Would look better with silver zippers, gold make it look a bit naff imo.
post #15223 of 23127
there is a belt from the current season? that i really like, camo pattern.
post #15224 of 23127
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

Would look better with silver zippers, gold make it look a bit naff imo.

That shiny gold is going to dull out to a brown-green brass in short order. This will likely develop some nice patina in both the leather and the hardware.
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That shiny gold is going to dull out to a brown-green brass in short order. This will likely develop some nice patina in both the leather and the hardware.

This thing will look great. I wish they did it in horsehide though
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