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Pharrell in what looks like RRL?

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yup at coachella this weekend. he was rocking one of the rrl mohave henleys
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Loving the richmond jacket, especially the lining

Dunno if i could drop 1800 after hearing the mixed reviews on leather quality

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Originally Posted by pvoytko View Post

Loving the richmond jacket, especially the lining

Dunno if i could drop 1800 after hearing the mixed reviews on leather quality


Maybe you owe yourself a first hand look? I know the reports have been spotty but my stratton from last season is exceptional in its leather and I'm super happy with it.
Well except i got an xl and am now wishing i sized up. Anyway I'm constantly surprised at my impressions of pieces and the wide swing from photos online to the real thing. Im constantly surprised. Love it online then don't in person and eh online to wow in person. Sucks when you don't live close to a store. Good luck.
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hey so i havent gotten anything from RRL in a long time, im thinking of getting the black indigo cardigan

anyone own in and know how it, or similar items run (run big or small) ... im between 5'6 and 5'7, 135, and depending on the item in RL brands I vary between an XS or a S, was wondering if anyone can give any insight on how this one fits ....

 

 

btw @notwithit i see that philly background ... lol philly here too

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Did RL send anyone the wrong item during the employee code leak? One of my shirts was wrong so I put on the return form to send the correct item but I only got an email for the refund for the items I returned. Do they usually send another shipping notification and invoice once they send the correct item?
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Did RL send anyone the wrong item during the employee code leak? One of my shirts was wrong so I put on the return form to send the correct item but I only got an email for the refund for the items I returned. Do they usually send another shipping notification and invoice once they send the correct item?

The last time I used the return form to do an exchange, I got an email when they did the return then a day or so later I got a shipping notification.
I seem to recall they credited my card for the return then did another charge for the new item.
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Did RL send anyone the wrong item during the employee code leak? One of my shirts was wrong so I put on the return form to send the correct item but I only got an email for the refund for the items I returned. Do they usually send another shipping notification and invoice once they send the correct item?

They sent me another invoice two days after they refunded the amount back to my credit card. The entire process from shipping it back, to locating the item in stock, to shipping it out and receiving it took about 2.5 weeks.

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Does anybody here know if either the Utica, Spokane or Midland wash are selvedge? The Midland is the only one that says so in the description, but clearly that's no guarantee. Thanks.

 

Midland - http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=21362546&origkw=midland&kw=midland&parentPage=search

Spokane - http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=30439646&cp=&kw=spokane&origkw=spokane&sr=1

Utica - http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=30439626&cp=&kw=utica&origkw=utica&sr=1

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Did anyone ever try to remove the black/dirty stains from the RRL jeans? I got the Helm wash jeans earlier this year and while I like the fit and the fabric, the dirty-looking stains don't seem to resonate well with my type of an OCD. Will drycleaning them help?

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Did anyone ever try to remove the black/dirty stains from the RRL jeans? I got the Helm wash jeans earlier this year and while I like the fit and the fabric, the dirty-looking stains don't seem to resonate well with my type of an OCD. Will drycleaning them help?

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I highly doubt that's possible...

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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post
 

Does anybody here know if either the Utica, Spokane or Midland wash are selvedge? The Midland is the only one that says so in the description, but clearly that's no guarantee. Thanks.

 

Midland - http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=21362546&origkw=midland&kw=midland&parentPage=search

Spokane - http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=30439646&cp=&kw=spokane&origkw=spokane&sr=1

Utica - http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=30439626&cp=&kw=utica&origkw=utica&sr=1

 

While I can't 100% guarantee it (perhaps someone here who has seen those actual washes can chime in) I would bet my life that all three you mentioned are selvedge.

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Did anyone ever try to remove the black/dirty stains from the RRL jeans? I got the Helm wash jeans earlier this year and while I like the fit and the fabric, the dirty-looking stains don't seem to resonate well with my type of an OCD. Will drycleaning them help?

 

 

Anything is worth a try I suppose but I would honestly say that such 'staining' is often done in such a manner to be retained.  That is, it is probably 'harder' to remove stains that are purposeful from the manufacturer than one you made yourself by accident.  Personally I wouldn't attempt removing them as doing so may provide undesired results (unless you've given up on the pair entirely).

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Originally Posted by cincikid View Post

Did anyone ever try to remove the black/dirty stains from the RRL jeans? I got the Helm wash jeans earlier this year and while I like the fit and the fabric, the dirty-looking stains don't seem to resonate well with my type of an OCD. Will drycleaning them help?
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Why did you buy pre-distressed/stained jeans if it bothers you?

Maybe instead of being bothered by the fact that they're stained you can enjoy not having to worry about ever accidentally staining them yourself since they are already.

I've actually gotten paint stains out of an RL shirt I owned. I meticulously got out each dot using paint thinner. It was completely gone and unnoticeable. Oil stains you could try dish detergent. Like others have said you might end up with unintended results like fading on the spots you were cleaning.
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post


Why did you buy pre-distressed/stained jeans if it bothers you?

Maybe instead of being bothered by the fact that they're stained you can enjoy not having to worry about ever accidentally staining them yourself since they are already.

I've actually gotten paint stain shirts out of an RL shirt I owned. I meticulously got out each dot using paint thinner. It was completely gone and unnoticeable. Oil stains you could try dish detergent. Like others have said you might end up with unintended results like fading on the spots you were cleaning.

Actually, I was not aware of the stains until I got the jeans. RRL website had no mention of them, but Frans Boone (from which I got the picture) was more discrete about this.

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