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feel like he can pull pretty much anything off

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Time to resurrect that thread... uhoh.gif
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post

Anybody purchase any of the Fall'16 items yet?
So far the indigo dyed cords and the slim selvedge denim jacket are the only things I'm interested in.

So far
-Slim-Fit Selvedge Denim Jacket

-Brown Slim-Fit Canvas Pant

-Black - Indigo Cotton Polo

-Striped Selvedge Oxford Shirt

 

waiting for more flannels and plaids to come out...

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Originally Posted by oynag View Post

Becks in RRL from the RL Instagram feed. Had to share. He pulls it off so well.

 

Dude would look good in Old Navy! 

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Here's a pic of the "madison brown" canvas pants.  I've been wanting to get a pair of duck pants ...so was glad to see RRL come out with a version (well sort-a).  I'd say they are pretty similar to Naked And Famous Duck pants in color/weight/fabric but no where near as heavy as Roy's.  I need to measure them because they seem slimmer than my slim jeans by RRL.  Even though they have some washing/distressing, they are still quite stiff new...


-Spring Black Sateen Shirt
-Fall Brown Canvas Pants
-Epaulet Black Trainers
Edited by Cooly - 7/8/16 at 7:36pm
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Been a while! On the stationary bike at the gym and saw this on Bravo.

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Been a while! On the stationary bike at the gym and saw this on Bravo.


I saw that, too. If it's not RRL, it's pretty damn close.

Dude styled it badly, though. Hated the combo of the cardigan with light wash denim and white sneaks.
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Originally Posted by Gruff View Post

I saw that, too. If it's not RRL, it's pretty damn close.

Dude styled it badly, though. Hated the combo of the cardigan with light wash denim and white sneaks.

i'm pretty sure it's RRL, i have the same one.

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It seems that no matter how obsessively I watch the various Ralph Lauren Sites from various countries, I always miss out on my grails.

 

Does anyone from the US know if this ever made it to stores:

 

http://www.ralphlauren.co.uk/product/index.jsp?productId=60663401

 

It's the first time a shirt like this has shown up on the RRL range and they're all sold out overnight, it seems. There's no telling even which season it's from. It's definitely not on any Site from any other country.

 

I've got a mountain of contrast club collar shirts from Rugby, but they're all striped. I'd even settle for one from Polo at this stage, but the style wouldn't be the same ...

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Originally Posted by BaronFizzwell View Post

It seems that no matter how obsessively I watch the various Ralph Lauren Sites from various countries, I always miss out on my grails.

 

Does anyone from the US know if this ever made it to stores:

 

http://www.ralphlauren.co.uk/product/index.jsp?productId=60663401

 

It's the first time a shirt like this has shown up on the RRL range and they're all sold out overnight, it seems. There's no telling even which season it's from. It's definitely not on any Site from any other country.

 

I've got a mountain of contrast club collar shirts from Rugby, but they're all striped. I'd even settle for one from Polo at this stage, but the style wouldn't be the same ...


I love RRL but this shouldn't be all that difficult to find elsewhere. Orgeuil by Studio d'Artisan makes them (and presumably of higher construction quality).

Alternatively, CEGO in NYC (who is an SF member by the name Shirtmaven I believe) can make one for you.


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Originally Posted by BaronFizzwell View Post

It seems that no matter how obsessively I watch the various Ralph Lauren Sites from various countries, I always miss out on my grails.

Does anyone from the US know if this ever made it to stores:

http://www.ralphlauren.co.uk/product/index.jsp?productId=60663401

It's the first time a shirt like this has shown up on the RRL range and they're all sold out overnight, it seems. There's no telling even which season it's from. It's definitely not on any Site from any other country.

I've got a mountain of contrast club collar shirts from Rugby, but they're all striped. I'd even settle for one from Polo at this stage, but the style wouldn't be the same ...

Any custom shirtmaker should be able to make that for you, including CEGO if you're in NYC. Bespoke makers will likely require a three or four shirt minimum on your first order to start your pattern. Made-to-measure companies won't have a minimum, but they'll fit slightly less well (although, likely still better off-the-rack). I like Proper Cloth for online MTM and they do free remakes on your first order. Just send them the measurements of your best fitting shirt.

If you're in London (I'm guessing you may be since you used a co.uk URL), just walk down Jermyn Street. There are some custom shirtmakers there.

Cost will likely be about $100-150 for MTM. $200+ for bespoke.
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

Any custom shirtmaker should be able to make that for you, including CEGO if you're in NYC. Bespoke makers will likely require a three or four shirt minimum on your first order to start your pattern. Made-to-measure companies won't have a minimum, but they'll fit slightly less well (although, likely still better off-the-rack). I like Proper Cloth for online MTM and they do free remakes on your first order. Just send them the measurements of your best fitting shirt.

If you're in London (I'm guessing you may be since you used a co.uk URL), just walk down Jermyn Street. There are some custom shirtmakers there.

Cost will likely be about $100-150 for MTM. $200+ for bespoke.

I believe he's US-based. He posted that link because it's sold out everywhere but the UK online store.

Kamakura Shirts in NYC does MTM with a 1 shirt minimum I believe. But anyway, RRL dress shirts at full retail are about/slightly above the price of many bespoke options.
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Thanks for the suggestions. I have ordered a white club collared shirt from Proper Cloth and found it to be a bit underwhelming when it came to the fabric. It was much cheaper than the RRL price of course. 

 

I was basically trying to find out if anyone knew when this shirt was actually from.

 

I'm from neither the US nor the UK, but have the option of using a freight forwarder from either country. Maybe I could call some of the US stores to find out if they have any in stock.

 

From the stock levels of the remaining sizes on the UK Site, it looks like they were only offering one shirt per size, which was the old practice on the Australian/New Zealand Site.

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Originally Posted by BaronFizzwell View Post

Thanks for the suggestions. I have ordered a white club collared shirt from Proper Cloth and found it to be a bit underwhelming when it came to the fabric. It was much cheaper than the RRL price of course. 

If you email them with specifics on what you're looking for, they may be able to help you. They use the shirtings from some of the best mills. Not sure what you mean by underwhelming, but if you're after a stout, workwear-ish fabric, you can ask. Most of their shirtings are meant for fine dress shirts, not work shirts, but they have a large selection.

Quality of the fabric obviously goes up as you climb up the price scale, but even in the $100-ish range, I've been impressed. They're not Charvet, but many of their fabrics are the same as what you'd find at any top bespoke maker.
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Yeah I could give it a try, if there aren't any left at any of the RRL stores. Of course, I could just realise that even if they're striped, nine contrast club collared shirts is enough ...

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