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post #241 of 4574
another vote for yellow/light orange and lavender as polo colors and love the royal blue one
post #242 of 4574
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I'm starting to put together the next run of polos. I would appreciate your input on: Other colors you would like Is anyone interested in a XXL?
1st choice -- light grey or medium grey
2nd choice -- green
post #243 of 4574
I think a heather grey and a red would be good colors for the next run. Also navy is always a good color. How long till we see the new colors. I am interested in getting another one of the polos.
post #244 of 4574
Is it tacky to request striped polos? I would love a navy with white stripes.
post #245 of 4574
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Is it tacky to request striped polos? I would love a navy with white stripes.

and green stripes too. White and dark green.
post #246 of 4574
These polos seem interesting, but I have historically not been a polo wearer. Under what circumstances am I supposed to wear this and not feel corny? Please post inspirational photos.

Also, heather gray and slate blue would be good. The pinks and blues are too reminiscent of prep wear to me.
post #247 of 4574
I ordered a polo in every color offered so far. They came in yesterday and fit perfectly. The sleeves don't grab and bunch up but they aren't loose either, the length is ideal and the body is snug without being tight (the collar is nice too, but that's been discussed already).

Just keep pumping out more colors of these and I'll keep picking them up.
post #248 of 4574
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These polos seem interesting, but I have historically not been a polo wearer. Under what circumstances am I supposed to wear this and not feel corny?

I wear mine at rub and tugs. That way I don't come across as too formal and they can come off quickly for when it's time for business.

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Please post inspirational photos.

It's almost impossible to believe you typed that with a serious face.
post #249 of 4574
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Originally Posted by gorgekko View Post
I wear mine at rub and tugs. That way I don't come across as too formal and they can come off quickly for when it's time for business.



It's almost impossible to believe you typed that with a serious face.

I had my semi-serious face on.
Hey, like I said, I associate them with prep wear and I think it's hard to do right.

Here's something from the guji blog:



Maybe this is close to the mark? But as we know, these are men from Kyoto, so they can do most anything and no one will so much as flinch. Even this:

post #250 of 4574
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I had my semi-serious face on.
Hey, like I said, I associate them with prep wear and I think it's hard to do right.

They're shirts. Don't over think it.
post #251 of 4574
We come here to overthink so we can appear effortless in the world at large.
Anyway, it must be my personal bias with regard to short sleeves in general.
post #252 of 4574
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We come here to overthink so we can appear effortless in the world at large.
Anyway, it must be my personal bias with regard to short sleeves in general.

seriously? it's a normal, casual shirt
post #253 of 4574
So I had an idea. What if you rolled out long sleeve polo shirts with this spread collar concept?
I would definitely be into that...
post #254 of 4574
This is first time I heard of polo shirts being too prep and hard to pull off. Dress up in jacket and trousers, dress down in shorts and thongs (the footwear) to go to the beach - they're as easy as they come. They're just t-shirts with a collar. Toddlers all the way to seniors wear them and can be worn without appearing out of place among peers.
post #255 of 4574
Maybe someone can oblige with fit pics
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