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post #2686 of 20085
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Originally Posted by Dave_SFU View Post
Well it was mainly happening when i was walking around for 8 hours a day carrying the thing on vacation. I only have it on for about 10 minutes a day now to and from work. I stopped caring about the bleeding after a few days and realized it would just make it look better over time anyway.

ya thats what i m doing now. not care about it anymore. lol.
post #2687 of 20085
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post
RL store in georgetown has a health selection of RRL at the front of their store. all sales have been shipped out unfortunately but they have tons of great springy light flannel shirts, chambrays and a slew of pants. unfortunately no selvage officer chinos but lots of the army inspired pants and pretty much all sizes in all of the raw denim cuts and a bunch of different washes in every size

lots of manbags too

Yep, picked up a few pieces over the last month there. Real solid section of RRL (seems like they expanded) - they even have an RRL "specialist" there. I'm digging the cream colored slim boot cut jeans there. Awesome, but I'll have to wait until they make their way onto B&S/ebay (msrp - $360).
post #2688 of 20085
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post
oh boy, my RRL bleeded so much onto the backside of my filson 257. LOL.

+1 this is especially true with new jeans that havent been soaked/washed. I was bothered at first but I appreciate the look now. Just adds character and story to the bag
post #2689 of 20085
So where does a RRL lover go if they visit the Bay Area?
post #2690 of 20085
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Originally Posted by osadolor619 View Post
So where does a RRL lover go if they visit the Bay Area?

2040 Fillmore Street. Its a RRL/RL hybrid store
post #2691 of 20085
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Originally Posted by osadolor619 View Post
So where does a RRL lover go if they visit the Bay Area?

Also Barneys in SF has a small selection.
post #2692 of 20085
May be a dumb question, but does RRL just do casual or do they make stuff that would work in a semi-formal office? I ask because I found a linen blazer on ebay that looks ripe for stealing due to a lousy picture. But also due to a lousy pucture I can't tell if it's the kind of thing that would be acceptable at my office this summer or if it's going to look too casual.
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post #2694 of 20085
Ok, thanks.
post #2695 of 20085
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post
2040 Fillmore Street. Its a RRL/RL hybrid store

Yeah, the Fillmore store has the best stock, and if they don't have it, they'll take out the catalogue and show you what can be ordered for that season.

But, for those of us who were already at Fillmore...what about Bay area outlets that might have RRL? Is there anything at all?
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post #2697 of 20085
it's not a waste of time necessarily. not everyone has a job. i'm in school so i can spend time going to the outlet once a week, even if 9 times out of 10 there is nothing. i think some other people are like me and it's worth it. if i had a job, though, i probably wouldn't bother.
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post #2699 of 20085
i think you're exaggerating quite a lot but buying RRL is definitely an investment in quality. the garment will probably outlast the style.
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Originally Posted by wEstSidE View Post
does anyone have experience with the tartan tuxedo jeans from Black Tie? i.e. how do they fit?

Really skinny through the thighs. They don't seem to be stretching much either but I've only been wearing for 30 minutes.
I got the same size as in low straights (raw) and slim bootcuts (white denim, corduroy) which fit fine.
The tartans are pretty normal through the waist.
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