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post #16066 of 23175
The new Burgundy Slim Fit cords are awesome. Just picked mine up from the tailor the other day.
post #16067 of 23175

I like this shirt's herringbone pattern but am not sure how one should wear it.  Is this shirt supposed to be worn un-tucked?  I say that because I don't think it would look good tucked.  I envision it would look too billowy with the quilting in my opinion.

 

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Does anyone own a shirt similar to this and if so how do you wear yours.

post #16068 of 23175
Like a jacket. Untucked.
post #16069 of 23175
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Originally Posted by rrlgambler View Post

I like this shirt's herringbone pattern but am not sure how one should wear it.  Is this shirt supposed to be worn un-tucked?  I say that because I don't think it would look good tucked.  I envision it would look too billowy with the quilting in my opinion.

Does anyone own a shirt similar to this and if so how do you wear yours.

Looks like a shacket to me. You would wear as outerwear.
post #16070 of 23175
That appears to be more of a shirt jacket. Most definitely untucked.
post #16071 of 23175

Thanks for clearing the "shacket" up for me.  

post #16072 of 23175
I have 2 pairs of RRL cords - a slim fit and officers cut. Both are light in color (grey and "seafoam"). I wear the seafoam less but the grey have definitely faded in the sun.

Was at Woodbury today. Never seen so many pairs of rinse slim bootcut jeans. They must have had 100 pairs - pretty much all 34x34. Also had about 100 pairs of a heavily washed slim bootcuts in various sizes. My wife bought a $390 pair of skinny's for $50 so she was happy. I didn't bother buying any jeans myself - did pick up a core blue oxford. They had some really nice made in Italy polo sports jackets.

Annoyingly all women's is 75% off while the men have to settle for 50.
post #16073 of 23175
Does anybody know if the Brunnel Boots fit small , true to size , or large? Thanks in advance.
post #16074 of 23175
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Originally Posted by stickshift View Post

Great shirt sazon!

This one looks very interesting:

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=24312366&cp=11588650.12138271&ab=ln_men_cs2_shirts&view=99&parentPage=family

Hopefully the "rinse" means no distressing, finally.

Thanks Stick !
post #16075 of 23175
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Originally Posted by koidragon View Post

Does anybody know if the Brunnel Boots fit small , true to size , or large? Thanks in advance.

I went TTS and they fit perfect but I remember reading some people going 1/2 size down.
post #16076 of 23175
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Originally Posted by hoit1981 View Post

I have 2 pairs of RRL cords - a slim fit and officers cut. Both are light in color (grey and "seafoam"). I wear the seafoam less but the grey have definitely faded in the sun.

Was at Woodbury today. Never seen so many pairs of rinse slim bootcut jeans. They must have had 100 pairs - pretty much all 34x34. Also had about 100 pairs of a heavily washed slim bootcuts in various sizes. My wife bought a $390 pair of skinny's for $50 so she was happy. I didn't bother buying any jeans myself - did pick up a core blue oxford. They had some really nice made in Italy polo sports jackets.

Annoyingly all women's is 75% off while the men have to settle for 50.

I must have just missed you. I was there at noon
post #16077 of 23175
what's my best bet for finding a brown engraved/etched brown belt besides ebay??

something like this (though not really feeling this particular item):


better still, are there other brands/vendors that do this sort of thing? rrl is the only one I've seen anything like this from
post #16078 of 23175
looking again at the officer chino...the tagged waist is a more or less ACTUAL waist measurement (ie, 34 works for someone with an acutal 34" waist)?

I wear tagged size 33/34 (w a 36" waist) in most things...given the above, any reason to deviate from my expected size 36 if I'm looking for a more traditional relaxed chino fit?
post #16079 of 23175
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

what's my best bet for finding a brown engraved/etched brown belt besides ebay??

something like this (though not really feeling this particular item):


better still, are there other brands/vendors that do this sort of thing? rrl is the only one I've seen anything like this from


Yeah, RRL is tooled leather belt heaven.

Don't know why rl_store is selling that belt without mentioning that it has "union of craft" tooled across the back, big and bold. Seems like a potential return just waiting to happen.

You can get some tooled leather belts off etsy for sure.

ACE leather belts can be had from the new affiliate Thurston brothers. I think they are pretty pricey though.

LVC makes them, so too does Lee and Wrangler blue bell once in a while.

Terry Dear does tooling, but not sure if he does floral tooling in addition to Celtic tooling. LGC likewise does tooling, but not sure if they do anything other than basic basketweave pattern.

RRL is very fond of tooling some leather belts with an aztec/southwestern pattern (geometrical). They're very nice. But for a much cheaper alternative that look just as nice just look up aztec tooled leather belts on ebay and you'll find some great vintage ones made by Chambers.

But, yeah, if it's only floral tooled you're looking for, etsy has a ton of custom options, and you can keep your eye out for the occasional LVC.
post #16080 of 23175
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

what's my best bet for finding a brown engraved/etched brown belt besides ebay??

something like this (though not really feeling this particular item):


better still, are there other brands/vendors that do this sort of thing? rrl is the only one I've seen anything like this from

If you want the real thing, contact Alfonso's Gun Leather in North Hollywood CA
http://www.alfonsosgunleather.com/Pages/western.htm

Alfonso Pineda created the Paladin rig, Clint Eastwood's Hang Em High rig as well as those for Clayton Moore, Roy Rogers, John Wayne and countless others. He's no longer with us but his son carries on the tradition. Their hand carved belts are second to none. All custom and all fantastic.
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