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Anyway. Hi everyone

 

...That tooled wallet :slayer: 

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Collection? More like shit you bought at the outlet and are selling for five times the price. Fuck outta here.

Seems to be selling okay? I tend to buy doubles if it's in sale so I'm having a clear out. Everything is listed well below the sale price on the tags and as mentioned there are loads more bits to go on... 

- £75 for a new and sought after pair of £275 RRL trousers is hardly 5x the price!

- £65 for a brand new RRL work shirt? ...one of the cheapest RRL shirts on eBay.

- £40 for a brand new henley bought for £69 in the sale (that was reduced from £130) hardly a rip off

Actually looking now my stuff is priced lower than anywhere else on eBay so grab a bargain and work off your attitude chap.

How about not spamming your shit in here chap.
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How about not spamming your shit in here chap.

Hardly spam? ...happy to remove if it isn't allowed.

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You have clearly just signed up just to promote your dead items. This thread is for discussing the brand so take your shit to the classified section. Also the prices in the photos are the original store prices and not the outlet prices, but you obviously know that already. Trying to pass them off as your own collection is laughable.
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Some RRL items are 30 percent off like the limited edition denim jacket
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you arent allowed to sell items in the threads; have to use the sf marketplace. if one of the mods finds out or you are reported, they can fine you $500 so fyi
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you arent allowed to sell items in the threads; have to use the sf marketplace. if one of the mods finds out or you are reported, they can fine you $500 so fyi

Okay will remove. Thanks for letting me know
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Happy Easter!

 

Here's the Unconstructed Cotton Indigo Sport Coat I said I would post...highly recommend it..love the fit, fabric, finish ...but you may have to go up one size ...rather fitted...

 

...also very saturated with indigo...as to be expected :)

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center vent?
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center vent?

Yes
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What's the deal with RRL belts? Too cowboy-looking? I don't see any pictures of them in this thread. I'm not a cowboy so not sure if I can pull off the look.

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I've never had the waist of denim taken in before - have any of you done that with with success?

 

Nearly every pair I own. In RRL, I have three pair of low-straights. I have to buy bigger waists to accommodate thighs and top block. I've learned to wear them with a belt for a while to let them stretch, then I visit the tailor and have the waist and seat taken in. I've finally got them to the point that they fit well in the waist without diaper ass. The stretchiness of denim makes it a bit of a moving target. And I haven't washed any of them yet and don't plan to. I don't think they'd shrink much but if they did, I might lose that perfect fit.

 

So, yes. Denim waist taken in no problem. Tapering them is a little harder because it corrupts the width of the selvage ID. I haven't done that.



Edit: clarity.

Have you had this done by a tailor using a chainstitch machine or...?
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Yes

That has always the deal breaker for me, otherwise do like their tailoring stuff every once so often
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That has always the deal breaker for me, otherwise do like their tailoring stuff every once so often
I'm not particular when it comes to vents, but I'm guessing RRL may stick with center/single vents to stay true to the "American" ethos. For whatever reason, double vents always strike me as "English". (But of course - I could be wrong on this ...)
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