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The Official RRL Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.

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  1. deez nuts

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    Breaking these in for the Fall.

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  2. Dirty Denim

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    Nice color on those...should wear in nicely
     
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    Those are super nice.. I'm happy to see the slim narrows back in raw denim for Fall. How did you size your waist with these? Did you go down a size from normal to accomodate any stretching?
     
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    Has anyone seen the Eddington jacket from the Holiday 2015 collection? It's beautiful.

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    Picked up this selvedge Oxford yesterday at a Salvation Army

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  9. srgprod

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    If they fit you, you're going to love them. Just got a pair but they are too slim for me. Anyone who wants a 34W pair BNWT cheap, pm me.

    Deez, enjoy them!
     
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  10. sungmineyo

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    Hi guys,

    I have couple of questions on RRL sizing.

    For pants, I have a pair of selvedge officer chino in 28 (true 30) and it fits well. Is it safe to go same size on other chino and jeans?
    For shirts, I usually take small in other shirts brand (Gitman, Engineered garments etc.). Do I need to size down for RRL shrits?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  11. rrlHEAD

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    That all depends on the style and cut of the garment. Some RRL pieces are deliberately designed to fit very close to the body, while others are designed to have a loose more relaxed fit. So you can't just say that you're a certain size in RRL and expect that everything in that size will fit you. For instance, in pants, depending on the cut, I'm anywhere between 32-34 in RRL. Whenever I'm considering something in a new style I've never had before, I always try to find someone selling the same thing on eBay or some other online store because often they give exact measurements.
     
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    I'm a true 32-33 and find that RRL size 30 works best for me in jeans and chinos. Other pants may differ. I've had to return some corduroy pants for size 31. That said I will sometimes buy chinos in a size 31 waist because I want more room in the thighs and knee. It's relatively easy to have the waist taken in an inch or so by a tailor.
     
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    I'm a 33 waist and usually get a 31 in RRL.
    A 32 will typically fit perfectly when purchased but stretch out too much after a couple weeks of wear.
    YMMV.
     
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  14. sungmineyo

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    TYVM for the suggestions !
     
  15. jhcam8

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    Forgot I had this - shawl collar cotton cardigan.

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  16. palma

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    Do they still sell Officer's Pant in Selvedge cotton in the stores? I haven't seen them online in a while.
     
  17. Cooly

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    Yes, they are currently selling a rigid sulphur navy and slim British khaki selvedge cotton in the stores. Certain RL stores such as the S F store carry the slim khaki one.
     
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  18. skeen7908

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    Can I ask you guys for some advice on RRL denim

    How vanity sized is the waist? I need 16 inch measured flat: would I be looking for a 30? 31? 32?


    And is that roughly standard across models and recent seasons?

    Thanks
     
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    I have that shirt.

    I think denim on denim is fine (I'm Canadian lol), but I would wear a light shade top and dark jeans.
     
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