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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

I love that indigo shirt with the club collar. Looks better in person.

The white one looks amazing as well. Is it a tuxedo shirt? Has RRL ever made a shirt with french cuffs?

Not a tuxedo shirt but it is quite formal. I actually think it will look really amazing totally dressed down. Pretty sure I've been shown a few shirts with french cuffs but I'm not a big fan of them so didn't pay much attention. Would have been part of the more tailored range that doesn't really go on the website.
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How much were the Indigo Clyde trousers?
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£255, which seemed a pretty good to me. I was expecting them to be over 300 pounds but I've no experience with the Clyde previously. What that translates to stateside is anyone's guess though.
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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

Picked up the new Selvedge Indigo Clyde trousers yesterday. The colour on these is something else, really beautiful deep blue.

 

Pics of these? Don't think they're on the US site.

 

The Farley Work Jacket on the RRL UK site also looks good.

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Originally Posted by JilSlander View Post

Pics of these? Don't think they're on the US site.

Left them instore to get hemmed as they're really long. Will probably be a couple of weeks before I get them back as I'm away next week but will post pics when I get them back.
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All new stuff: new Clifton boots, empire buckle backs, indigo check workshirt, jacquard Henley, empire work jacket, newsboy hat.
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

That's what I was wondering. Thanks for the info.

Here's an example of some typical ranch brands. Of course things have gotten a lot more graphically oriented over time, but if you look back at ranch logos/brands from 1800s they are similar to RRL in style.

brands.jpg

cattlebrandsplain.jpg
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Thanks grundle! I've never seen that typeface or iconography before. This is one of the reasons I love RRL. There's thought that goes into all the little details like that.
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Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post


Here's an example of some typical ranch brands. Of course things have gotten a lot more graphically oriented over time, but if you look back at ranch logos/brands from 1800s they are similar to RRL in style.

brands.jpg

cattlebrandsplain.jpg

 

 

Cool!

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Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post



All new stuff: new Clifton boots, empire buckle backs, indigo check workshirt, jacquard Henley, empire work jacket, newsboy hat.

 

Love the jacket. That's my favorite new piece.

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i saw some high-waisted skinny stretch jeans on ebay and ive never seen that fit before for men. was this fit discontinued? or are these womens jeans that were listed as mens??

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Originally Posted by Lord Nick View Post



All new stuff: new Clifton boots, empire buckle backs, indigo check workshirt, jacquard Henley, empire work jacket, newsboy hat.
Dope outfit Lord Nick. Could you possibly use an image hosting site with an embed code in the future when you post pics? It would be great to see more details of the pieces. When you upload pics to SF they compress the pictures and make it low quality.
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Does anything seem fishy about these RRL shirts on ebay? I know that knockoff RRL isnt exactly the most common thing but all of these shirts look a little bit off to me. The seller has 5 lots of 3 RRL plaid shirts that all have a weird top button loop. Are these just random shirts with RRL labels sewn in?

http://www.ebay.ca/sch/m.html?_odkw=&_osacat=0&_armrs=1&_ssn=westoakstore&_trksid=p2046732.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.Xrrl&_nkw=rrl&_sacat=0&_from=R40
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Originally Posted by potemkin_city_limits View Post

Does anything seem fishy about these RRL shirts on ebay? I know that knockoff RRL isnt exactly the most common thing but all of these shirts look a little bit off to me. The seller has 5 lots of 3 RRL plaid shirts that all have a weird top button loop. Are these just random shirts with RRL labels sewn in?

http://www.ebay.ca/sch/m.html?_odkw=&_osacat=0&_armrs=1&_ssn=westoakstore&_trksid=p2046732.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.Xrrl&_nkw=rrl&_sacat=0&_from=R40

Those are vintage RRL shirts (from the 1st phase of RRL - C.1993). Think it lasted until around 1997 then was discontinued. Ralph bought it back a few years ago. These will most likely run very large - medium will be more like L or even XL.
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Dope outfit Lord Nick. Could you possibly use an image hosting site with an embed code in the future when you post pics? It would be great to see more details of the pieces. When you upload pics to SF they compress the pictures and make it low quality.

Just click on the picture to see it full size. From there is it not in whatever resolution the poster took it?
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