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post #26716 of 27662

^ Looks so damn good.

 

That cardigan + olive chinos + Birks =  RRL meets EG

post #26717 of 27662
Whats the sizing on the boots in comparison to RW?
like the Congress or Burlington styles... TTS or size down?
post #26718 of 27662
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Originally Posted by MasterOfDomains View Post

Whats the sizing on the boots in comparison to RW?
like the Congress or Burlington styles... TTS or size down?


in my experience, RRL boots are not like Red Wing...they are more true to size ..especially the clifton...I would go with normal dress shoe size....

 

with red wing iron rangers and blacksmiths, I usually go down a half to a full size down ..not the case with RRL ...

post #26719 of 27662

I've been wearing these t-shirts lately (orange, green) ..and actually recommend them..I'm not always fond of RRL t-shirts but these are actually are to my liking because they are not too thick or thin, have a nice soft feel and vintage look and great color...great to wear on the weekends or undershirt for a bit of color...

 

they are bit roomier/larger than some of the printed shirts I've gotten in the past...may want to keep your normal size or size down if you want a more fitted t-shirt...anyway..my $0.02 thought I would share if you are looking for some basics...

 

http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=99309156&cp=11588650.12138272&ab=ln_men_cs_knits%2Ctees&parentPage=family

 

post #26720 of 27662
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Originally Posted by MasterOfDomains View Post

Whats the sizing on the boots in comparison to RW?
like the Congress or Burlington styles... TTS or size down?

Based on personal experience if you're looking at the Boondocker then I would take the same size as you would with RW.
post #26721 of 27662
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Originally Posted by Bethany Heck View Post

Here's that shawl cardigan. Sorry I don't have a photo of me wearing it, but it's pretty short waisted, I'm 5'9" and the XS is the perfect length. It's thick and warm but not heavy, the zipper is insanely hefty and makes up most of the weight of the sweater. It's also a double zip which is perfect for this short style of sweater.









I can also attest that this guy is absolutely phenomenal in person. I thought it ran a bit small - smaller than what I would've thought for a piece like this. I'm typically always a Medium in RRL shirting, and prefer M in most outerwear, but the M in this was just a bit too snug for my liking and that's even for me down here in Texas where we don't get to layer much ha length on the piece was great, texture was a great layerable weight as well
post #26722 of 27662
Interesting. I had the same experience with another zip cardigan. It ran way small. This one from last year:

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post #26723 of 27662
Bunch of rigid chinos just got put up on ebay for around 120 shipped
post #26724 of 27662
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Originally Posted by alexelrod View Post

I can also attest that this guy is absolutely phenomenal in person. I thought it ran a bit small - smaller than what I would've thought for a piece like this. I'm typically always a Medium in RRL shirting, and prefer M in most outerwear, but the M in this was just a bit too snug for my liking and that's even for me down here in Texas where we don't get to layer much ha length on the piece was great, texture was a great layerable weight as well

i don't think thats a dude...check her name.
post #26725 of 27662
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Originally Posted by PCFIVEZ View Post

i don't think thats a dude...check her name.

Right. Bethany is definitely a gal, and a bad ass one at that. However, you've misinterpreted the casual use of "this guy" when I was just referring to the sweater.
post #26726 of 27662
Those are hand knits, no?

Some sizing variation should be expected - the patterns are typically drafted per stitch and even if hand knitters are using same size needles yarn etc there can be dramatic differences in finished measurements from quirks in knitting style and tension, especially with stranded colorwork.
post #26727 of 27662

These babies finally came in...the LE Moccasins...now I don't want to wear them :)

 

post #26728 of 27662
how much and how did you size?
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I did not hear from anyone else but did manage to get down to the LA shop on Melrose. See pics.

 

 

 

 

post #26730 of 27662
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Originally Posted by avera View Post


I did not hear from anyone else but did manage to get down to the LA shop on Melrose. See pics.


 




Thanks! How did they feel to wear? Do you think they're rebadged Red Wings or Aldens?
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