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post #16 of 46
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I did order some Uniqlo 'dry' polos from their web-site. They contained polyester and were meshy, rather unlikeable to the touch. Their other polos, the 'washed' ones, might be better. However, these have black buttons which I think looks a bit silly. Does anyone know a source of replacement buttons?
post #17 of 46
J. Crew has 2 fits - some on sale now.
post #18 of 46
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Does anyone know a source of replacement buttons?

did you seriously just fucking ask where to buy buttons?
post #19 of 46
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did you seriously just fucking ask where to buy buttons?
These days? That's not so surprising. People who know how to repair/source stuff like buttons are a very rare commodity these days. I've seen people toss stuff because it was missing a button. Clothes are disposable. Shameful. I know people who find it amazing that people can cook, too. :/
post #20 of 46
For logoless and cheaper than dirt, I like Mossimo athletic fit polos from Target.
post #21 of 46
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For logoless and cheaper than dirt, I like Mossimo athletic fit polos from Target.
I just picked up one of these for $10, the fit is pretty good and I really like the collar. I also own a few AltA polos that I wear frequently as well.
post #22 of 46
Definitely hunt down some RLPL on deep discount. They're awesome, a really great fit and nice material. You probably need to tuck though, or they're a bit long.
post #23 of 46
Check out John Smedley.
post #24 of 46
I feel this thread's not complete without the mention of American Apparel polos which, like everything else, have no logos.
post #25 of 46
A lot of athletic polos will have the logos in places other than the chest, like the sleeve or the back. This is a much less conspicuous place for it, and is probably 20% as obnoxious. Greg Norman, Ralph Lauren's RLX line, Adidas and a lot of others would fall into this category.
post #26 of 46
Sunspel
post #27 of 46
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Check out John Smedley.

Great suggestion. The fitted sea island polos are easily the best available in terms of fit and construction. Some people will balk at paying $170 and up from them though. Smedley knitwear is well worth checking out as well. Better quality then the majority of what gets discussed around here.
post #28 of 46
you might like the Perry Ellis ones. They just have a tiny logo on the sleeve that's pretty much the same color as the shirt
post #29 of 46
http://www.tailorstore.com/ do MTM polos for USD$30. Be sure to not chose the default which has a fancy-T stiched in the top of the back. (in the `monogram' tab)
post #30 of 46
To echo a couple of suggestions in this thread, if I lived in the UK with immediate access to sunspel and smedley, I need not look further than those two brands
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