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    Dappered Alternatives to RRL - Southwest Style and Heritage Americana

    I really like a lot of the Southwest Style and Americana stuff that RRL does, but much of it is way far out of my price range.

    For example, this vibrant Plaid work shirt is beautiful, but I can't justify $500 for it


    This hand-knit ranch cardigan is also amazing, but again, the $1500 price makes me gag


    I'm particularly a fan of the Native American inspired "Southwest" pattern stuff, like this Jacquard Overshirt, but yeah... $600 aint happening


    Anybody got advice on other brands to check out that do something similar for cheaper?

    I've found Faherty has some cool stuff, and I recently stumbled across Ryan Michael clothing (shameless plug, I'm selling a Ryan Michael Southwest Print Chore Coat here), and of course there's Pendleton, but anybody else have any other suggestions for Southwestern Style/Americana heritage stuff like RRL that isn't outrageously expensive?

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    Pendleton. Woolrich. Carhartt. Levi’s. Wrangler.
    Mark

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      #3
      Freenote Cloth

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        #4
        Bumping this very old thread.

        I had the exact same question today about cheaper alternatives to RRL and stumbled onto this forum/thread. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

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          #5
          Wallace and Barnes at J.Crew does a great job with work wear and Americana. They’ll toss in a Southwestern style piece every once in a while, too. Best of all, it goes on sale.

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            #6
            Originally posted by composite View Post
            Bumping this very old thread.

            I had the exact same question today about cheaper alternatives to RRL and stumbled onto this forum/thread. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
            Not exactly quality, but American Rag at Macy's does a lot of this.

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