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Ralph Lauren Green Label

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I was going through my closet today, trying things on and getting rid of things that don't fit or I don't like. I ran across a Lauren Ralph Lauren shirt with a green label. It had no logo and I would say the construction was not very good, however, the fit was very slim compared to the blue label of the same size. Does anyone know more about this line?
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I was going through my closet today, trying things on and getting rid of things that don't fit or I don't like.  I ran across a Lauren Ralph Lauren shirt with a green label.  It had no logo and I would say the construction was not very good, however, the fit was very slim compared to the blue label of the same size.  Does anyone know more about this line?
I think it was the line for children. Edit: no joke, I think it was sized for boys.
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Haha.. there were a few men's pieces made for that line. I have found an occasional shirt or jacket, and my stepdad has an overcoat from it. I think it only lasted a short while a few years back. It is still around for women IIRC. Don't know about kids, though.
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Isn't green label women's clothing as well?
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Lauren for Ralph Lauren. See it all the time in Polo outlets. Men's jackets are fused. I did buy two pair of flat front wool pants, one tan and one navy on discount that fit pretty nicely - not too slim or full. Serviceable for business wear or the night out and if something spills on them, shrug your shoulder and move on.
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For men it is licensed dross, not worth talking about on this forum. For women, the license has been bought back from Jones Apparel last year; the line is good.
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For men it is licensed dross, not worth talking about on this forum. For women, the license has been bought back from Jones Apparel last year; the line is good.
I have one Green Label sport coat, tannish with green and burgundy nailheads (I know there is a name for this particular pattern, as I have seen it in other jackets, but I don't know what it is...). I like it, but don't wear it often. The cut is flattering on me, so that's all I really care about. Definitely not top-grade construction, though.
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I just recently purchased a jacket from a resell spot out here in Boston, it has a green tag-- is it any sign of when the jacket was produced?

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