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post #24316 of 27168

Taking pictures of Vibergs, realized I was wearing all RRL. Low-Straight Once-Washed (but not washed by me) and a flannel from F/W14.

 

post #24317 of 27168
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Taking pictures of Vibergs, realized I was wearing all RRL. Low-Straight Once-Washed (but not washed by me) and a flannel from F/W14.

 

 

Viberg service boot may be the best looking boot around, nice slim silhouette, perfect for up or down dressing 

post #24318 of 27168
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Looking good Robert! I had my eye on that jacket, but have too many of these quilted style jackets. I opted for the Washed Denim jacket. I am also wearing the Kane Cotton Western shirt from the fall, low-straight Stillwater wash jeans and Alden Snuff Suede boots. I also ordered the Ranch Hand jacket. The Midland jeans are still on my radar. I definitely want a pair of lighter wash denim jeans.

Oh by the way, you are a much better poser smile.gif
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Nice man, you definitely pull off denim on denim well. Did you pick up the cotton twill Jacket? I'm interested in seeing that jacket as well.

 

 

Off topic: the boots from my pic are Viberg Stealth from 3Sixteen. Viberg is top notch stuff.

post #24319 of 27168
Has anyone seen the limited edition Schott peacoat in person. I was wondering if it had a slimmer fit or a more boxy fit.Any review would be helpful.Thanks
post #24320 of 27168
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Nice man, you definitely pull off denim on denim well. Did you pick up the cotton twill Jacket? I'm interested in seeing that jacket as well.


Off topic: the boots from my pic are Viberg Stealth from 3Sixteen. Viberg is top notch stuff.

Thanks man! I ordered the Cotton Twill jacket the other day. It goes by the Ranch Hand jacket in the fall lookbook. I should have it sometime next week.

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Here's the new Carmack liner jacket. Icon Henley. Midland denim.

Hi, The Carmack liner jacket looks really great!  I am looking for this jacket too. But, how's the fit of this jacket? What size you are wearing and could u provide the pit to pit / shoulder to shoulder measurement? You know what, this Carmack jacket looks really like the Durant quilted jacket on 2013 season, but the Durant jacket runs really really big so I finally returned it. So. it is perfect if you can give some hints about the fit of this jacket, thanks. 

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Pants Polo Ralph Lauren
The rest : RRL
post #24323 of 27168
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Originally Posted by Dylanda View Post



Pants Polo Ralph Lauren
The rest : RRL

 

The legendary Mr. Landa as always better than ever

post #24324 of 27168
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Originally Posted by vjlover View Post

Hi, The Carmack liner jacket looks really great!  I am looking for this jacket too. But, how's the fit of this jacket? What size you are wearing and could u provide the pit to pit / shoulder to shoulder measurement? You know what, this Carmack jacket looks really like the Durant quilted jacket on 2013 season, but the Durant jacket runs really really big so I finally returned it. So. it is perfect if you can give some hints about the fit of this jacket, thanks. 

Wearing size small. It's pretty fitted. The jacket falls right at the waistline for me. It's lightweight, much lighter than I was expected. I have another quilted RRL (baker) and 2 different polo quilted jackets and this is easy the lightest of the bunch. Shoulder to shoulder is approx 18.5 and the P2P is 21.
post #24325 of 27168
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Pants Polo Ralph Lauren
The rest : RRL
Looks great - one day soon I'm going do the vest old school look...

On an unrelated note - your post from a couple years ago picturesd in an RRL pea coat was part of the inspiration for me to buy one this year (your picture comes up when you search "rrl pea coat" ) ... Wanted to let you know ... smile.gif
post #24326 of 27168
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Looks great - one day soon I'm going do the vest old school look...

On an unrelated note - your post from a couple years ago picturesd in an RRL pea coat was part of the inspiration for me to buy one this year (your picture comes up when you search "rrl pea coat" ) ... Wanted to let you know ... smile.gif

Good to hear that i inspired you to get the peacoat it is great for cold winter days
post #24327 of 27168
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Originally Posted by SeamasterLux View Post
 

Hi all,

 

I'm mostly a classic menswear poster normally. I'm trying to discover a few more S&D brands to add up things in my wardrobe. It's pretty full in terms of classic menswear clothing but am looking for nice chunky sweaters and a few casual outerwear pieces.

 

I visited the NY RRL store and was a bit underwhelmed with the quality of the products. Most of them did not feel really well made. I might be spoiled by the classic menswear side or by the rather early 2000s sweaters I purchased from Dior Homme but I wasn't impressed. 

 

What's your take on the quality of the RRL manufacturing?

 

There are missteps, of course. The RRL commitment to a wide range of products makes this inevitable, especially at the lower end of the label's offerings. I know many feel like RRL is overpriced but many items come at reasonable expense when compared to brands like Mister Freedom or Visvim—especially when you can get RRL on sale. 

 

It all depends whether you like heritage-type clothing. In the 90's I wore predominately Euro brands—Armani, Gucci, Zegna, Prada—but as the years went by I discovered these brands didn't really fit my personal style. The lesson: Wear what you like, not what you think you should like.

 

If you want to explore RRL cautiously, I would recommend sticking with the Core Icon offerings and Limited Editions.

post #24328 of 27168
Anyone have copies of the fall and winter lookbooks?
post #24329 of 27168
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Originally Posted by SeamasterLux View Post
 

Hi all,

 

I'm mostly a classic menswear poster normally. I'm trying to discover a few more S&D brands to add up things in my wardrobe. It's pretty full in terms of classic menswear clothing but am looking for nice chunky sweaters and a few casual outerwear pieces.

 

I visited the NY RRL store and was a bit underwhelmed with the quality of the products. Most of them did not feel really well made. I might be spoiled by the classic menswear side or by the rather early 2000s sweaters I purchased from Dior Homme but I wasn't impressed. 

 

What's your take on the quality of the RRL manufacturing?

The one place where RRL really excels in its manufacturing process is in its distressing.  Whether it's jeans made in the USA, shirts made in China, or leather goods made in Italy, RRL has a distinctive way of achieving an authentic distressed look where other brands, even far more pricier brands, end up with a look that seems artificial, overly done, or just fake.  

post #24330 of 27168
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Originally Posted by rrlHEAD View Post
 

The one place where RRL really excels in its manufacturing process is in its distressing.  Whether it's jeans made in the USA, shirts made in China, or leather goods made in Italy, RRL has a distinctive way of achieving an authentic distressed look where other brands, even far more pricier brands, end up with a look that seems artificial, overly done, or just fake.  

I agree.

 

 

^ Loved the distressing on these. 

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