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http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=54992786&cp=81208796.84253116&fd=RRL&ab=ln_nodivision_cs_shopapparel&ff=Brand&fg=Brand&fv=1000055%2FRRL&pg=2&parentPage=family

is this tee in white colour included in the 40%off?
not going to spend 75 on a simple white tee....hope i can get it with 40%off

30% off at Mr Porter today.

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Originally Posted by HilArias View Post

They posted this within the past couple days. Full price cop for me!


this one looks dope. leather trim pockets!
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post

this one looks dope. leather trim pockets!

Yassss! That patch though! It's killer.
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Originally Posted by deez nuts View Post


this one looks dope. leather trim pockets!

What season is that for? Spring?

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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post
 

What season is that for? Spring?


It must be, definitely not from Holiday or Fall.

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Hey everyone, just a heads up - STAG Provisions is doing a storewide (and online) sale for all denim and pants. 20% all full price pants. That would include the variety of RRL Denim, Cords, and Officer Chinos!

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If you still can't see sale prices on the RL site, add some items to the Shopping Bag and apply the following promo code:

 

DESIGNER40_VSS

 

Interesting marketing strategy—make it hard for people to buy products on your web site.  ;)

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Originally Posted by aquila49 View Post

If you still can't see sale prices on the RL site, add some items to the Shopping Bag and apply the following promo code:

DESIGNER40_VSS

Interesting marketing strategy—make it hard for people to buy products on your web site.  wink.gif
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Originally Posted by oynag View Post

30% off at Mr Porter today.
thank you, just bought it :P
btw this 30%only apply when i choose ship to US....when i choose ship to my country it doesnt...
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Here's a sappy picture of my ex and myself with my varsity from last year.

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So the RRL site lists XL shirts as 46-48, but I have many XLs and they tend to run pretty consistently @ 50 (though there are a few exceptions).  Anyone who wears L in RRL can comment/confirm the chest size?   

 

Getting into shape is going to end up being costly, as most of my XLs (@ 50) are now a bit too roomy.

 

The listed size of 46-48 would have been perfect.  Most of my shirts, however, are from the past two seasons (and none from the current season), so maybe the sizing changed?  Anyone who purchased an XL this year can confirm?


Cheers in advance. 

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Originally Posted by BHK666 View Post
 

So the RRL site lists XL shirts as 46-48, but I have many XLs and they tend to run pretty consistently @ 50 (though there are a few exceptions).  Anyone who wears L in RRL can comment/confirm the chest size?   

 

Getting into shape is going to end up being costly, as most of my XLs (@ 50) are now a bit too roomy.

 

The listed size of 46-48 would have been perfect.  Most of my shirts, however, are from the past two seasons (and none from the current season), so maybe the sizing changed?  Anyone who purchased an XL this year can confirm?


Cheers in advance. 

 

Unfortunately they missed a size somehow.  The Larges are a bit to small while the XL I typically wear in most tops is way to big with RRL.   I find that the RRL larges tend to come in between a medium and a true large while the XL is more like a XXL  

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Originally Posted by BHK666 View Post

So the RRL site lists XL shirts as 46-48, but I have many XLs and they tend to run pretty consistently @ 50 (though there are a few exceptions).  Anyone who wears L in RRL can comment/confirm the chest size?   

Getting into shape is going to end up being costly, as most of my XLs (@ 50) are now a bit too roomy.

The listed size of 46-48 would have been perfect.  Most of my shirts, however, are from the past two seasons (and none from the current season), so maybe the sizing changed?  Anyone who purchased an XL this year can confirm?


Cheers in advance. 


I purchased an XL in a denim shirt and it is very substantial. I compared it with my XLs of past seasons (2013,12,11,10) to figure out why the discrepancy. I found a bigger neck opening and a larger arm opening. As you probably already know, arm opening is the other story to the chest measurement - which can still be 25" but fit more like a 26" or even 27" with 0.5" to 1" added to the armhole, not to mention the increase in sizing to the sleeve.

Simply put, they shouldn't have pissed around with the older XL sizing.
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Originally Posted by Dirty Denim View Post
 

 

Unfortunately they missed a size somehow.  The Larges are a bit to small while the XL I typically wear in most tops is way to big with RRL.   I find that the RRL larges tend to come in between a medium and a true large while the XL is more like a XXL  

 

Thanks, DD.  Is pretty much as I expected.  Probably had too much RRL in my wardrobe, anyway.  Much of which I won't be replacing now, except for the handful of "smallish" (~48") XLs.  You're right, there surely does seem to be a gap in their sizing around the 46-48 range.

 

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Originally Posted by somatoform View Post


I purchased an XL in a denim shirt and it is very substantial. I compared it with my XLs of past seasons (2013,12,11,10) to figure out why the discrepancy. I found a bigger neck opening and a larger arm opening. As you probably already know, arm opening is the other story to the chest measurement - which can still be 25" but fit more like a 26" or even 27" with 0.5" to 1" added to the armhole, not to mention the increase in sizing to the sleeve.

Simply put, they shouldn't have pissed around with the older XL sizing.

 

Very true.  Which probably explains why the RRL XLs feel billowy on me now.  I've got large shoulders and arms, but there is still loose material in the chest and along the arm, as a result of what you describe.  Gustin is a good example of a brand that sports high armholes, and I can go up to XXL in their classic fit, almost snugly.

 

To back up your point further, the armholes for the RRLs run ~11" vs. 10" for most of the other shirt brands in my closet.  Which explains why a 48-49" RRL fits "ok" -- but not as trim as the other shirts of similar chest size.  And the 50" not so much at all.

 

Thanks for the feedback, lads.


Edited by BHK666 - 11/29/15 at 12:26pm
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Where can I get some rigid officer chinos in a khaki color? I have the brown Clydes, but I'd like a lighter color.
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Originally Posted by ImBurningStarIV View Post

Where can I get some rigid officer chinos in a khaki color? I have the brown Clydes, but I'd like a lighter color.

Try calling the NYC stores. There is a real nice pair of selvedge dead stock British khaki officer chinos a few stores have in stock. I believe they will qualify for the 40% as well but not 100% on this.
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