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The Official RRL Thread

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

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  1. FlaSurfer

    FlaSurfer Well-Known Member

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    Where in Florida? It's a big state... Jacksonville area, no. The St. Augustine outlet didn't have RRL a couple weeks ago when I stopped by. Orlando area only has outlets so probably not. Tampa I don't think has any Ralph Lauren stores of any kind. Miami area has a couple actual RL stores - the one on Worth would be your best bet. I think there is one in Naples too, but would doubt they carry RRL as they probably cater to senior citizens. All the ones in the panhandle are outlets so probably just have polo stuff. There is a reason us Floridians order online.
     
  2. kwhitelaw

    kwhitelaw Senior member

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    yep, I was in there a couple weeks ago and they were nice enough to bring quite a few different items from the back room for my better half to try on
     
  3. Cooly

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    yeah, I saw they labeled it "navy" as well and wondered the same thing (if it was Indigo or not), but when the coat arrived, it had the usual "Attention: it may rub off" warning label. It did seem to rub off less..because when I received the other Unconstructed Cotton one, blue showed on my hands a little as soon as I handled it...the wool one does not.
     
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  4. Cooly

    Cooly Senior member

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    Have not seen this sport coat but they've had similar ones in past seasons. Not sure the right wording to describe the differences, but I would say both the wool and cotton Unconstructed Tailored Sport Coats are more "traditional" sport coats. The one you link above is a jacket modeled after a vintage coat of some sort.
     
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    I already picked up some new fall denim….the slim fit Fairview wash. The wash is killer!

    RRL rolled out tons of shorts this fall. I’m eyeing up the Lisi Suede-Cotton Workshirt. This shirt is smoking! :slayer:
     
  7. boxdok

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    I want this hand knit cardigan really bad but that 1200 price tag needs to hit like 350 before I cop. I probably will cop these 3 shirts once the first sale hits though.
    As you can tell I prefer loud prints. I may have to slow down on JE pieces though to get the sweater.

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  8. edubs01

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    I'm grabbing that patchwork flannel on Thurs when I get paid.
     
  9. boxdok

    boxdok Senior member

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    ^ please report back on the fit once you get it. I fall between a medium and large in RRL button down. It looks like it has a relaxed fit so i may do a medium
     
  10. pvoytko

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    i need that scenery workshirt. kinda reminds me of something gitman vintage would do
     
  11. Viral

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    any interest in BNWT Slim Straight 32 X 34 in helm wash for under $100?

    PM me.........
     
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    Chaps did one like that, as did Blue Label a couple years back with suede elbows. They all look the same to me, recycled. The graphic is cool though. The material is so-so on the RRL one. The brushed cotton doesn't seem as well made as the ski boots one from Blue Label 2 winters ago, but maybe that's because of the different seasons (fall vs winter). But I'll still get it if the price is right.
     
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    zippyh Senior member

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    The problem with that scenery workshirt is buddies will be asking if you've been shopping at Cabelas.
     
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  14. pvoytko

    pvoytko Senior member

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    anyone selling east/west slim narrows rigids? looking for 34 waist
     
  15. pvoytko

    pvoytko Senior member

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    also i have a distressed leather belt from RRL thats a 36 but I have lost weight and would like to modify it by adding some more holes going down and cutting off excess. maybe this is the wrong thread for this but do any of you gurus know if its possible for a leathersmith to do something like this?
     
  16. gnatty8

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    Depending on the belt, that should not be a problem, and I've had it done many times. I don't think they add holes though. Rather, they shorten it from the buckle end and simply reattach the buckle. It' like a $10 job.
     
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  18. gumercindo

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    The glory days of RRL/RLPL shopping at outlets is long gone. I just happened to find a great grail piece about 7 years ago at an outlet. Was looking for a tux and the outlet (I think the one outside of Chicago) had a RLPL tux - $4-5k retail on sale for about $500 and in my size. This was back in the day where you can call any RL outlet and basically have the pick of the litter
     
  19. Cooly

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    fyi...I recently received the yellow check "worthy" shirt...if you are used to the typical RRL shirt or their slim shirts, then you can probably size down...it's definitely traditional/relaxed fit. While the shoulders are the same, everything else seems more relaxed...trying to figure out if I am just used to slim/fitted shirts now or if this shirt is just one size too big...

    ...on the other hand, all the other Fall shirts I received fit great...the Reliance, the striped selvedge oxford, the blue/grey/black plaid, all fit perfect/great in my usual medium...
     
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  20. pvoytko

    pvoytko Senior member

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    is woodbury dead now too?

    i heard they were going to make it a 'luxury' store
     

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