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Ralph Lauren Rugby Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by NAMOR, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. momanny

    momanny Well-Known Member

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    This. I lost my frigging mind shopping LEC's sales last winter.
     
  2. OmniscientCause

    OmniscientCause Senior member

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    Ive been in the store a few times and liked what I saw but cant remember the price range of things.
     
  3. Saturdays

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    Add both to the list I guess, I love VV and I meant to include Gant by MB


    Yeah, its important for me to continue looking dapper :)


    Norman HIlton starts at what ever size you want, just call Nick and tell him you want it in 36, he'll make it for you if he has the resources/time. Usually pretty good about it. Other blazers that fit me like Rugby: depends on the brand/cut of brand. Milano at BB is pretty good, but requires some tailoring. RLBL is great. Paul Stuart in 36R (rare for me to find these and right, too expensive). Otherwise I haven't really ventured too far out..


    Hackett isn't really much of a secret. But, a great brand, I agreee.
     
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    haha I guess it's not, just don't know of anyone else in my circle that knows about it.
     
  5. shoreman1782

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    Rugger is opening a DC location, too. Not sure when.
     
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  6. vezatron

    vezatron Senior member

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    Size up or true in Rugby surcingle belts?
     
  7. Saturdays

    Saturdays Senior member

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    Considering I just bought a surcingle in Sz 30, and it doesn't fit me (being a Sz 29 waist), I say Size up.

    Although the leather belts I wear a Sz 28 and it wraps around just fine with about .5-1 inch of tail past buckle

    So I'm returning my surcingle Sz 30 for a Sz 32, and I'm a Sz 29 Waist. Hope that helps.
     
  8. md2010

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    thanks for further info on a&w and jw. Hackett is available here in Sydney. They have nice jacket . Very nice fabric and traditional British styling. But the fit is way too big. For slim blazers(really slim) my list -
    ck calvin klein(ck grey label)
    PS by paul smith
     
  9. vezatron

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    It does, thanks
     
  10. Berzerk91

    Berzerk91 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the list Saturdays, had a feeling you'd come through! Just bought 2 more shawls from Rugby with the 20% off coupon.
     
  11. Saturdays

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    Great to keep it up here's something else i ran into:

    http://www.countryclubprep.com/shopby?manufacturer=30

    coupon code UPREP20


    I just linked to KJP items on that site, but there are a few other great things - mostly just accessories, the rest of the stuff is trash

    http://tnuck.com/

    I should've mentioned www.deltoroshoes.com for slippers as well, pretty decent stuff.
     
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  12. md2010

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    Anyone with experience with jack wills ? Their blazers look nice and preppy. But I see comments like “ Oxbridge rejects”..
    Anyone own their blazers ? how is the fit compares to rugby stuffs ?
     
  13. stevent

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    If you really like Rugby, eBay will always have a bit of stock, set up your saved searches and have it emailed
     
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    TomSg New Member

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    I have just ordered some sweaters from them in Small size through your comments. As I am a small size (34/35 top) and 26-28(skinny) trousers this brand is apparently a good substitute to ... I don't know. (Because I don't wear to buy those small size :( - at Gant I buy XXL in Juniors, S slim fit at PRL and Large at PRL junior. [​IMG]

    Now I have to wait for them.
     
  16. albeindc

    albeindc Senior member

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    damn, go to the gym or something and bulk up!
     
  17. TomSg

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    Thanks for your genius advice. I have to admit that earning 4 size just through the gym is not really appealing for me.
     
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    Wait a second, did they bump the price of the Shetland Shawl Cardigan??

    69.99 to 99.99 today...
     
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    Odd, since the stock is low - seemed to have raised the price.. usually they lower the price when stock goes low...


    I have never been able to get one in 36R for that price, and I've been lurking Rugby for quite some time. Also the elbow patches are a nice touch, as well as this one most likely having canvassing, if I remember the version of it correctly...but yeah.. some asshole bid on it at last second.. i panicked...


    Also FYI the herringbone blazer on Rugby.com is not what the picture shows. Completely different, its very thick wool with patch pockets, site says its cotton/linen and the pic is not with patch pockets. I would avoid it unless that is what you were looking for.
     

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