- Sep 29, 2013
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I was very tempted by this at retail as well. If I didn't already have a sherpa jacket that I got from Todd Snyder/LL Bean that I wear all the time, I'd probably be all over this already.
Whew, didn't have to do the unthinkable.Yeah I might do the unthinkable and pay full retail for that.
Great find. Picked me up an XL!Whew, didn't have to do the unthinkable.
HW20 for 20% under 250Euros
HW25 for 25% over 250Euros
RRL (Double RL) was born in 1993 by Ralph Lauren to create a separate brand to channel his Americana-inspired clothing. But this re-branding came with a new concept. With the untamed American countryside of his idyllic Colorado...www.cultizm.com
I was able to order L which hasn't been available online in the US. Ended up being 321Euros or about $372.
That squash blossom necklace is fabulous. If I could get my hands on one, I'd gladly wear it. But way pricey. Saw a contemporary one in a catalogue recently which was not near as heavy gauge as yours and it's price tag was
Thanks! Indeed a pricey piece, but they do seem to hold their value. I thought I was one and done, but now my wife says she wants one….That squash blossom necklace is fabulous. If I could get my hands on one, I'd gladly wear it. But way pricey. Saw a contemporary one in a catalogue recently which was not near as heavy gauge as yours and it's price tag was
I went up a size with slim fit and had the waist tailored. Not fun, but worthy in the end.Rookie question so I'm ready for any heat I get...so majority of my RRL pants are slim fit. Well now that I have massive thighs, should I just suck it up and go up a waist and stick with slim fit? Or how does low straight, straight, vintage compare to slim fit. Recent data preferred but I'm all ears