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post #436 of 450
I think this tag is older Corneliani. Does anyone know how this might fit generally speaking? I'm just wary of any low armholes and a terribly dated fit.

post #437 of 450
Bigger/looser all over; longer; lower button stance; wider lapels; slightly lower gorge

Looks dated compared to their most recent stuff, but that might not be a bad thing . . .
post #438 of 450
Does anyone know if it is normally necessary to size up from normal suit size in either the Corneliani or Caruso (PRL/RLPL) made overcoats?
post #439 of 450
Does anyone know who makes the ties for RL? Both BL and Polo all say "handmade in Italy" and I think they are exceptional quality for the price.
post #440 of 450
Tom ford bro.
post #441 of 450

Hi....does this sweater look fake? 

 

I have not noticed this type of tag on my other RLPL items. I'm talking about the tag that says "Made in Italy" 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/301316299692?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

 

Thanks!

post #442 of 450
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Originally Posted by Shaft View Post

Hi....does this sweater look fake? 

I have not noticed this type of tag on my other RLPL items. I'm talking about the tag that says "Made in Italy" 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/301316299692?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Thanks!

Looks legit
post #443 of 450
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post


Looks legit

Thanks!

 

Do the tags very by the year/season? All my others have the Ralph Lauren with an additional small tag towards the right that says "made in taly" with the cloth material. 

post #444 of 450
All RLPL items have this label with "made in italy" on it since 2 years now.

...when they are made in Italy, of course...wink.gif
post #445 of 450
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Originally Posted by fwedo View Post

All RLPL items have this label with "made in italy" on it since 2 years now.

...when they are made in Italy, of course...wink.gif

Thanks!!!! I just get paranoid when buying off of ebay. And that makes sense since my other RLPL items are definitely older than two years.  

post #446 of 450
Talking of PRL Corneliani Pants, which is the slimmer cut between Regent and Preston?

Thanks in advance
post #447 of 450
^ Believe they are the same. Bradford are slimmer.
post #448 of 450

I have a bit if an odd duck on my hands, was wondering if the good people of SF could help me to identify it.  Recently purchased a pair of suede roper style boots through ebay.  They have an oil-resistant sole, seem to be quite well made, and the suede is wonderfully textured and "furry".  The only identifying marks are the RL branding, which reads "Ralph Lauren American Collection", and the words "Benchmade in America (Or United States, I disremember)".  I know Allen Edmonds and Rancourt make Ralph's USA shoes at the moment, but neither make roper styles, AFAIK.  

 

Anybody have any ideas?

post #449 of 450
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Originally Posted by marlinjb View Post

I have a bit if an odd duck on my hands, was wondering if the good people of SF could help me to identify it.  Recently purchased a pair of suede roper style boots through ebay.  They have an oil-resistant sole, seem to be quite well made, and the suede is wonderfully textured and "furry".  The only identifying marks are the RL branding, which reads "Ralph Lauren American Collection", and the words "Benchmade in America (Or United States, I disremember)".  I know Allen Edmonds and Rancourt make Ralph's USA shoes at the moment, but neither make roper styles, AFAIK.  

Anybody have any ideas?

photos???
post #450 of 450

Certainly!

 

 

 

 

 

If the lettering on the sole is unclear, it reads "neo-cork | oil resistant | made in USA"

 

Hope that helps.

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