Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.
I think they both are in similar quality. But I love RRL cashmere shawl cardigan
Can anyone provide info on RRL dress shirts--overall cut, collar styles, etc?
*sigh*, you took the last Sz 10, and only Sz 9 and 11 left...
This cotton pea coat is ringing up for $179 at Barney's. I think they still had a S and M at Seattle store.
Picked this up about a month ago. Love it. Construction is solid as a rock and the quality of the leather is amazing. Weighs a ton though, so probably wouldn't wear this much past March..
^ Solid...+1 on the striped Officers pants as well. ^
I just received the navy blue wool officer chinos. Not a huge fan of the nautical buttons, but really nice otherwise. The pocket detailing is not too obtrusive and really noticeable only up close.
Sorry if this has been addressed before (don't see where) but does RRL no longer sell plain (no buckle-back, etc.) straight leg rigid denim jeans or are they just out of stock right now? I cannot imagine why the former would be the case. Thank you.
I actually heard from an SA at the West Broadway store about a month ago that they discontinued it. He said they'll still be selling the one wash, though. I don't understand why they would do that, since it's such a classic. If you're looking for it, I suggest calling around to see if they can locate a pair for you.
Thanks. I think that is absurd. I'm a straight leg guy living in a skinny jean world. The injustice of it all...
Rumor has it they're not going to be using Japanese selvedge denim anymore, and instead the raw denims will all be American selvedge..
Heard that from a friend. Not sure how true it is but it can be a reason they're out of rigid denim since it is a very classic piece for RRL
yeah its true ... it was discussed like 10 pages back
they are going to use cone denim (NC)
I thought it was said that they're still using Japanese selvedge for their Core items, but the seasonal washes will be in special Cone Mills blends developed just for RRL.
I'm really not sure.. I was just giving a reason for why he may not have found the jeans he wanted.
That is fantastic.
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