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zippyh

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I thought RRL stands for Ralph and Ricky Lauren.
 

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I’ve resisted the patchwork sweater for a while. Ive been tempted, but never pulled the trigger. That will probably be the one that puts me over the edge. Lots of very interesting fabrics in that one. Since the patchwork is usually made from pieces in the larger, I’m quite interested to see this years F/W
 

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I’ve resisted the patchwork sweater for a while. Ive been tempted, but never pulled the trigger.
Same here. I actually think the Indigo Patchwork Cardigan (posted above) and the Indigo Patchwork Shirt Sweater are much better looking than previous RRL patchwork sweaters. I really like the uniformity in sizes and colors of the patches on the cardigan over previous cardigans. The deep colors and interesting textures on the Shirt Sweater takes it up another notch IMO.
 

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I'm surprised to see all sizes of the Print Linen Camp Shirt are still available at this price. Mine came home yesterday, and I want to give it a shout-out.

I remember a few posts about it awhile back, and it is indeed a statement piece. I have had various linen pieces over the years, but nothing this thick. The weaving isn't tight so plenty of airflow should still go through as expected for a warmer climate item. It reminds me of burlap LOL, but not as thick/fuzzy and obviously much nicer to the touch.

Many RRL Hawaiian shirts do not have the pattern of their pockets lined-up with the shirt, but this one definitely does. I actually didn't even realize it has 2 waist pockets and I was specifically looking for a Hawaiian shirt with 2 waist pockets.

Highly recommended if you're on the fence. Beware though, it runs small. I had to return my normal size for a larger one. The one in my normal size fits tight, and the last bottom button was very tight to button up. It seems to have a V pattern (wide shoulder and tight around the bottom button)
 

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Shearling peacoat?
They also have brought back the sweater coat from a couple of seasons back and added fur to the hood. I have the prior one with orange liner and I absolutely love it. I really can’t wait to see the lookbook. I reached out to my SA and asked if it was available.
 

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Do your brains ever try and turn RRL into an acronym or is it just me? Some recent things I've found myself reading RRL as:
Ralph Ralph Lauren
Real Ralph Lauren
Ralph by Ralphwest
Rolo Ralph Lauren
Well, it's not me, so maybe it's just you! :lol:
 

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@bwfilms speaks the truth about that off white linen print Hawaiian shirt. It's much heavier weight than others in the collection with perfectly matched pattern on the pockets. The red one is nice too but much lighter and kind of a half assed attempt at pattern matching.
 

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