I was just at the Barney's Las Vegas about two weeks ago. They had their blue chambray workshirt, a flannel workshirt that I picked up, and I think a few of their oxfords, along with denim. I didn't really pay a whole lot of attention to see if they had much else since they had what I was looking for, but they have a decent little display for RRL.
Nice jeans and shirt! Big fan of rrl here. I just won 2 recent rrl flannels off of ebay, $107 total shipped . My style is sort of rockabilly-inspired, and they were 2 plaid workshirts (green/silver/black and green/white/orange, the greens being sea greens or teals) that seemed particularly fitting for that; one of them is even called the american graffiti. The flannels should go nicely under my spurr jean jacket or wwm stag jacket, with slim cuffed jeans and desert boots. People don't talk much about the RRL tees, but I highly recommend them. The key is, unless you want a douchey muscle shirt you absolutely must size up 1, but when you do size up, they're great. They are slim but short in body length, and the sleeves have a shape that makes for a very cool 50's style V silhouette. Great quality, and interestingly the solid color tees have a construction that lacks side seams.
those jeans are the bomb (from experience) ataru yeah i agree iwth the "DOUCHEY MUSCLE SHIRT" vibe. they fit short for sure. def gotta size up on those joints. sleeves are dope in a way that is hard to explain. lack of side seams is due to "tubular" construction. just a different way of making tshirts. i can't say that tubular is better or worse than side seams, just different. someone who really knows tshirts could comment here on pros/cons.