11 October 2011

unravelling code L1212

People have the funniest habit of scrutinizing the teensiest details. We can't blame you. Lacoste is pricey. It's only right to stick your nose into things. 

Code L1212 on the tag is one of the things that have piqued potential buyers' curiosity. What do the numbers mean?

The code is meant to be spelled as "L.12.12" actually, corrects the company in its official press kit.

The combination stands for a number of things, and you'll be surprised at how much information you can get from such a short code: the maker, the fabric and the general look of the apparel. Unravelling the code gives you the following:

  • L stands for Lacoste, the (family) name of the founder of the famous designer brand
  • 1 stands for the type of fabric that the shirt is made of: the cotton pique
  • 2 stands for the length of the sleeves: short. Long-sleeved Lacoste shirts use code 3.
  • 12 stands for the version which Lacoste considered as the "perfect" shirt 


Midnight Cowgirl on October 11, 2011 at 9:19 AM said...

Good to know!

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Shopping Cart

  • ads
  • ads
  • ads
  • ads
  • ads
  • ads
  • ads
  • ads
Hate order forms? You can now purchase items and pay for them online in a matter of minutes! Take advantage of our "Add to Cart" feature for a secure and convenient online shopping experience. PayPal payments and Unionbank EON fund transfers accepted.

How to Order

1. Click "Add to Cart" OR
2. Complete the order form.
3. Receive confirmation from us.
4. Deposit the full payment.
5. Get the tracking number.
6. Wait to receive your order.

How to Reach Us

Send us an e-mail:

Text us
(no calls please):
+63 933-508-6490

the shopping bug Copyright © 2009 Shopping Bag is Designed by Ipietoon Sponsored by Online Business Journal