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post #106 of 155
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
I understand what you're saying. My point is, if that's the only reason why some hate the polo shirt, then they're very weak people to let a few idiots affect them thus.

Yes I completely agree with you on that; a concept that can be readily applied elsewhere.
post #107 of 155
Definitely, I agree.
post #108 of 155
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Ah, it's like the LabelKing of old (or should that be young) when most of his posts were ridiculous attention-getting pronouncements.

FWIW, I think polos are a summer essential. When it's 90+ and 100% humidity and I have no meetings or social plans that require a shirt and jacket...


I'm the new Diana Vreeland.
post #109 of 155
Thread Starter 
The modern day polo is a failure of the imagination. Worn with khaki-esque bottoms, it's amiably and admirably milquetoast.
post #110 of 155
I wear polos all the time in late spring, summer, and even into the early days of autumn when it's still above 75*. Tucked, un-tucked, it depends on what pants I'm wearing. Jeans or chinos? Probably untucked. A crisp set of khakis? Tucked. Dress trousers? Tucked. If you're fit or even just skinny and the shirt is close fitting, it'll look good. Don't let a few morons that wear it badly ruin it. My preference for polos is solid colors, but some people wear stripes well. There have been some really good pictures posted that prove that the polo is a great piece of casual wear, and casual wear is supposed to be relaxed and easy.
post #111 of 155
Just got back from Rome. I could not believe the number of polo shirts that I saw. Everyone was wearing one. Yes, all with little crocs logos. Not a good look. I know it was humid. But, it still looked silly. Happy to live in SF. Too cold for polos.
post #112 of 155
LK, I give to you:

A Polo Shirt.



Never for business.
post #113 of 155
Do you clean those logs every day?

They are immaculate.


- B
post #114 of 155
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Originally Posted by harburn View Post
Just got back from Rome. I could not believe the number of polo shirts that I saw. Everyone was wearing one. Yes, all with little crocs logos. Not a good look. I know it was humid. But, it still looked silly. Happy to live in SF. Too cold for polos.

There are some clothing advantages from being in the Bay Area.
post #115 of 155
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Do you clean those logs every day? They are immaculate. - B
'snark'
post #116 of 155
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Do you clean those logs every day?

They are immaculate.


- B

I polish my log every day....
post #117 of 155
Wear a polo when everyone else is wearing a t-shirt.
Wear a button down when everyone else is wearing a polo.
It's not that hard.
post #118 of 155
This thread is like a man without any type of body hair and a life filled with empty tins of tuna fish .


-Danny Wilson (the Guy)
post #119 of 155
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Originally Posted by crazyquik View Post
Wear a polo when everyone else is wearing a t-shirt.
Wear a button down when everyone else is wearing a polo.
It's not that hard.

This.

/thread
post #120 of 155
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
I'm the new Diana Vreeland.

Your the new somebody on the internet nobody on the street .



-Danny Wilson (the Guy)
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