New RL coupon and private sale

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by metkirk, Nov 13, 2007.

  1. lefty

    lefty Senior member

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    One pair of C&J shoes and one pair of C&J boots at the mansion on Sunday.

    Have my eye on the Bleeker tartan dinner jacket, but I'm pretty sure this will hit a much deeper discount as few will wear it.

    Trim fit stretch corduroy you grabbed, was it this one?

    http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...entPage=family

    If so, have you tried it and how's the sizing?

    Thanks.

    lefty

    My damage today:

    1 Corduroy Belted Bike Jacket
    Color: Lewis Tan

    1 Shaker Wool Cardigan
    Color: Hunter Navy

    1 Shaker Wool Cardigan
    Color: Wine

    1 Calfskin Nickel Spur Belt
    Color: Black

    1 Trim-Fit Stretch Corduroy
    Color: Aviator Navy

    2 Two-Button Knit Boxer
    Color: Grey Heather


    What about you guys?
     


  2. TCN

    TCN Senior member

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    Nice, thanks. I picked up the Darlton cordovan loafers for $300. Anybody else have these, thoughts?
     


  3. gdl203

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    Trim fit stretch corduroy you grabbed, was it this one?

    http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...entPage=family

    If so, have you tried it and how's the sizing?

    Thanks.

    lefty


    Never tried it but it's so simple to return that it doesn't really matter to me. I have a avery slim cord pants from RLPL which I like very much and thought I'd give this one a try and see if it's anywhere close to the fit of the RLPL

    My experience with RL is that I end up returning 50% of what I buy
     


  4. lee_44106

    lee_44106 Senior member

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    Nice, thanks. I picked up the Darlton cordovan loafers for $300. Anybody else have these, thoughts?

    I have these, purchased during the last round of sales a couple of months back, at 30% off, I think.

    they are very very nice. Looks to be C&J made, but does not have an equivalent shoe in the C&J catalogue (resembles the Harvard, but is double-soled). Very nice brownish shell cordovan color, so that in itself is unique. It's close to the cigar color.

    It's so good I almost thought about purchasing another pair, but alas, the wife disallowed the purchase. But I did get the Darlton in wingtip.
     


  5. DNW

    DNW Senior member

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    I shouldn't have opened this thread.
     


  6. robin

    robin Senior member

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    Bah, they deleted my wishlist that I was keeping on their site to keep tabs on the items I was looking at. Completely useless.

    Anyways, I was hoping to pick up a few narrow ties, but not at those prices.
     


  7. metkirk

    metkirk Senior member

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    Anyone knows about Boys 8-20 sizing for sweaters? I'm excluded from the mens section due to atrophy.
     


  8. stickonatree

    stickonatree Senior member

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    not much good stuff like last year =(
     


  9. bigskydream

    bigskydream Senior member

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    Is this boot worth $210? Is it corrected grain?

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    - Handsome and versatile lace-up ankle boot in a refined burnished calfskin.
    - Hand-stitched leather sole with outside reinforced stacked heel.
    - Partially lined in leather with padded insole.
    - Comes with our signature protective drawstring felt bag.
    - Leather. Made in Italy.
     


  10. Omar1223

    Omar1223 Senior member

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    does the NOV15 code expire at midnight est tonight?
     


  11. grimslade

    grimslade Senior member

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    Yes.
     


  12. alebrady

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    Is this boot worth $210? Is it corrected grain?

    [​IMG]

    - Handsome and versatile lace-up ankle boot in a refined burnished calfskin.
    - Hand-stitched leather sole with outside reinforced stacked heel.
    - Partially lined in leather with padded insole.
    - Comes with our signature protective drawstring felt bag.
    - Leather. Made in Italy.


    im also interested in this - any thoughts on the quality/style??
     


  13. robin

    robin Senior member

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    I'm guessing they're average, as with most of their Italy made shoes. FYI, Grapevinehill has/had these on their site and on ebay for about $160 I think.
     


  14. whacked

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    Anyone knows about Boys 8-20 sizing for sweaters? I'm excluded from the mens section due to atrophy.

    The ones w/ long enough sleeves (usually 20 or 18, or if you're lucky, 16) would have wide torso and look rather blousy, especially on your thin torso. Stay away.
     


  15. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    Nice, thanks. I picked up the Darlton cordovan loafers for $300. Anybody else have these, thoughts?
    I bought the Darlton shell loafers this morning, too. I bought the shell wing tips last year and have gotten great use out of them.
     


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