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Where are the best stores in the Seattle area to buy RRL?
post #332 of 27634
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Originally Posted by mttlee0 View Post
Where are the best stores in the Seattle area to buy RRL?

I know Barney's carries it. Blackbird will be getting RRL in the fall I believe.
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I searched this thread, so sorry if this is asked and answered somewhere, but: Is there a "Work Chino" and an "Officer Chino" that are different? Seems like former might be a looser fit and the latter a slimmer fit, but I'm not sure (nowhere nearby to try on). And for both, should I expect them to run 1.5-2" large in the waist?

Thanks.
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I have the officer chino, it's slim but not skinny. Not as slim as my Incotex for example. Yes on my 36's , the waist measures a little over 37". Works for me with a belt and room to tuck a shirt in for the office. It's a great Chino. Give Farinelli's a shout and see if they have your size. They are awesome to work with and ship really fast.
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Can anybody post what washes are available in the low straight and slim boot?
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The salesman at RRL Atlanta said they'll be dropping a line of BOOTS for the fall. He had no idea on price, but said probably between $500-$1000.
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Thread Starter 
They already have a line of boots but i think he's refering to the legacy line.
post #339 of 27634
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post
Can anybody post what washes are available in the low straight and slim boot?

For Fall they're going to offer:

In the Low Straight:
Once Washed $230
Blue Hill $280 - Raw base and hand finished to replicate 4-5 months of wear.
Spring Creek $300 - Finished to look like a vintage jean from the 50's, faded from heavy wear.

In the Slim Boot:
Rigid $220 - unwashed with no finishing
Rinse $230 - Oven baked to create a dried in the sun effect
Blue Hill $280
Clear Blue $285 - washed out light blue with abrasions

let us know if you have any other questions.
Thanks
Jason
post #340 of 27634
How does the RRL oxford fit compare to the J. Crew secret wash shirt fit?
post #341 of 27634
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it tapers much narrower from shoulder-hip, narrower sleeves, higher armholes.
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Has anybody been to the Melrose store recently?
Do they have a good selection of Low Straights and Slim Bootcuts?

Thanks.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by edubs01 View Post
Has anybody been to the Melrose store recently?
Do they have a good selection of Low Straights and Slim Bootcuts?

Thanks.

The store has a phone number and friendly people who work there.
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
The store has a phone number and friendly people who work there.

Word. I've never found numbers for RRL stores on the internets, though. You have to call up a regular RL store and ask for it.
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it's 'cause they have very little net presence, and they like it that way.
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