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thats interesting. never thought of that. any idea how much something like that should cost?

Depends on the tailor. I'd say $100-200 range as it's a lot of work. Maybe a little cheaper if you provide the fabric.
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great thanks for the help as always kensington
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No problem. Can't wait to see real world pics of the Dupre from you guys.
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thanks to @Dave_SFU on a smooth transaction!
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thanks to @Dave_SFU on a smooth transaction!

Likewise!
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Was wondering if anyone has seen this cardigan in person and what your thoughts and impressions of it were?

It's one of those things I want to get one day, then think to myself .... "self, could I pull this off?"

Thanks in advance.

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somewhat off topic but i need to get some boxers and thinking of some rl ones...how are the rl classic woven boxers (the single ones usally with the pony all over) they too baggy and ride up or they good or what? thanks

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Charcoal selvedge chino after a year

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Charcoal selvedge chino after a year


Nice Namor, thanks for posting! The store where I bought mine (W.Broadway) called them the "sulfur-dyed chinos", presumably just overdyed 10.8oz selvedge twill as used in the standard Officer selvedge chinos. Looks to be identical fabric to last season's rigid buckleback Clydes.

Have they faded much? Looks like you've had them tapered?
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^ oh cool didnt know that. yeah some nice honeycombs behind the knee whiskerz on the front crotchery. the charcoal has faded into a light grey and even white in some spots. i bought these last year during my tubby faze so theyre now on the large side and worn on buffet days
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If any of you guys heading in to Woodbury find the Lot 47 black denim jacket in an XL. Or any other of the RRL denim jackets in an XL for that matter. Please let me know, if you can proxy for me I'll give you a finders fee. I'm in upstate NY but can't get down there anytime soon and since they've been taken off the website I'm hopeful they'll wind up in outlets soon. They were $199 plus 25% off last I checked so hopefully they'll come in at around 120-150 at the outlet.

Again, if any of you guys happen to see them in an XL please let me know and we can work something out. I tried the L a few months ago and returned it (too small) and then they suddenly had XL's back in stock but I hummed and hawed too long.

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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Depends on the tailor. I'd say $100-200 range as it's a lot of work. Maybe a little cheaper if you provide the fabric.

Or if you know someone living in China or India or Thailand, mail it out to them and have a local tailor put in a lining - $20.
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9oz chino

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Does anyone have one of the RRL military leather jackets either in a small or xs?

Similar to this but anything close to it.

If so please let me know...it can be in any condition really.

Just don't have the money to pay rl_store's price on ebay right now and he doesn't allow offers.

 


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