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I regularly wear Filson and Barbour jackets with RRL. I get tons of wear from my epaulet Doyle jacket. Leather jackets from Aero, etc obviously look great. I also mix in some outdoor wear like Patagonia in warmer weather but I live in the American South so it’s too hot for much else during the summer.
 
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I'm curious about that myself.

These are some of the brands I combine with RRL:

LVC: I like to alternate RRL and LVC denim. The LVC flannel shirts made in Italy are uber-comfortable and go well with Double RL. Also own a couples of their leather jackets.
Momotaro: My all-time favorite casual shirt is Momotaro's Green Tea-Dyed Chambray.
Gitman Vintage: Can't seem to go wrong pairing any of Gitman's oxford-cloth button-down shirts with RRL denim or chinos.
Real McCoys: Great sweatshirts and heavier tees that go well with RRL.
Indigofera: Reasonably-priced heritage-style brand. The vests and flannels seem to work well with Double RL.
Pike Brothers: Another affordable brand that easily "snaps" into the RRL look.
Studio d'Artisan: I was so enamored by their linen beanie that I bought 3 of them. (Sadly, am now down to a single survivor.) Vests and jackets are nice as well.
Merz B Schwanen. Ace lightweight Henleys that pair nicely with RRL denim.
Can’t find this linen beanie from Studio d’ Artisan anywhere. Link? Pic?
 

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I think lots of heritage brands blend nicely with RRL. I wear Engineered Garments, some Kapital, Visvim, and even technical brands like Veilance and And Wander. It just depends on the pieces.
 

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Super nice band collar shirt in sulfur grey with micro creamy-white dots. Higly recommended...
But.. what is that buttonhole on the back of the collar? In old times it was used to add a collar but there is any collar to add nor in the store nor in the site... So what for?
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I'm curious about that myself.

These are some of the brands I combine with RRL:

LVC: I like to alternate RRL and LVC denim. The LVC flannel shirts made in Italy are uber-comfortable and go well with Double RL. Also own a couple of their leather jackets.
Momotaro: My all-time favorite casual shirt is Momotaro's Green Tea-Dyed Chambray.
Gitman Vintage: Can't seem to go wrong pairing any of Gitman's oxford-cloth button-down shirts with RRL denim or chinos.
Real McCoys: Great sweatshirts and heavier tees that go well with RRL.
Indigofera: Reasonably-priced heritage-style brand. The vests and flannels seem to work well with Double RL.
Pike Brothers: Another affordable brand that easily "snaps" into the RRL look.
Studio d'Artisan: I was so enamored by their linen beanie that I bought 3 of them. (Sadly, am now down to a single survivor.) Vests and jackets are nice as well.
Merz B Schwanen. Ace lightweight Henleys that pair nicely with RRL denim.
So question for you guys who also wear LVC. If I was looking for something similar to RRL straights or low straights, what would the best option be for me if I wanted to give LVC a shot? Are they equally ridiculously vanity sized like RRL denim?
 

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I've only tried a few pairs of LVCs but they fit super funky. Like wide everywhere but pinched at the waist. Definitely try in person or from somewhere with easy returns.
 

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Super nice band collar shirt in sulfur grey with micro creamy-white dots. Higly recommended...
But.. what is that buttonhole on the back of the collar? In old times it was used to add a collar but there is any collar to add nor in the store nor in the site... So what for?
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Is that from the new season? I have to have this!

Not sure about the button placement, but curious if anyone else knows.
 

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Is that from the new season? I have to have this!

Not sure about the button placement, but curious if anyone else knows.
Yes, it's a very nice shirt from Fall collection but I still don't see it in the US site.
 

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It's available in stores, along with a few other items that haven't (maybe won't) made the website.
 

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I've only tried a few pairs of LVCs but they fit super funky. Like wide everywhere but pinched at the waist. Definitely try in person or from somewhere with easy returns.
That would be my preference, try in person, but I can’t find a single place in Philly that carries them.. thanks!
 

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