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The Official RRL Thread

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

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  1. irbe

    irbe Senior member

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    Is this the outlet at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, 283 Red Apple Ct, Central Valley, NY 10917, USA? I called them and they said they never carried RRL
     
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    Woodbury is cleaned out of the rigid straight low...they have the "relaxed" - guessing they mean washed version of it. Not sure about the size.
     
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    If anyone is looking for BNWT rigid low straights 32 x 32 feel free to PM me.
     
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    Do they have any slim fits in stock?
     
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    Not sure, i jsut called for rigid straight lows
     
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    Never owned a scarf before. Grabbed this one from the RRL sale at Mr Porter and threw it under the type II from last spring because it's cold here. I like it- soft and not too long.

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    Even I'm tired of my tight torso pictures. Must expand repertoire.
     
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    I just called. They have some slim fits. The SA is going to send me some pics. He also asked what else I buy in RRL. I said everything, LOL!
     
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    If anyone wants rigid low-straights ...then they may want to call around the stores...the SF RL store had a decent pile of them yesterday...and 30% off on top of the sale prices started sometime this week...
     
  11. irbe

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    Was this the regular store or outlet store - not sure if there is outlet store there...
     
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    so I called SF store, they have them but saying they are regular price at 275.00...
     
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    Woodbury sold out earlier this week. They said they are expecting another shippment next week sometime. As stated above, your best bet is to call around. I was able to snag 2 pairs from broadway & 3 from melrose. Sales person from melrose informed me that there were 7 pairs left in my size between other stores. May have to snag a few more before they are all gone.
     
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    ..I'm pretty sure I saw them in the sale section...perhaps I'm wrong...but I even looked on the tag ...oh well... I'm not a fan of low-straights so wasn't really interested...
     
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    I have some low-straight rigids I'm breaking-in, but they are really baggy for my taste. I bought them to wear over boots, but RRL slims fit just fine over pretty much every boot and look better, imho.
     
  16. DJ Quaaludes

    DJ Quaaludes Senior member

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    I do like the RRL tailored items. Finally had an excuse to wear a suit today...Charcoal herringbone from a couple seasons back.

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    Love the subtle herringbone. Gives it depth without being loud.
     
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    Double post. Though I'll take this opportunity to say the fit on the recent camouflage fleece pants is ridiculous. It was like wearing a barrel with suspenders. Enormous baggy waist and seat. They're as thick as bear hide too. I assume that's thick.
     
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    Anyone pick up the slim fit Riverside wash from the sale? Curious about thoughts on the denim. Feels fairly stiff to me. Prob because it's a heavier denim? Debating whether to keep them since I also kopped the Billings and Fairview washes, which I'm keeping.
     
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    Any chance anyone has seen or is able to help me find this suit jacket? Collins Indigo Suit Jacket. Was hoping to wear this to get married this next may.

    Any chance anyone has a line on a 42L? I was victim to a cancelled order on black friday, though the pants did come. No luck on ebay so far.

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