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post #31 of 59
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Not asking for permission, just opinions.
post #32 of 59
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http://www.postimage.org/image.php?v=aVxEOxA

Thoughts on this one?
post #33 of 59
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Originally Posted by benzorlb View Post

Dude, a polo is a polo is a polo. Pick a color palette that goes well with your skin-tone, find a brand with fitted polos and then pick the ones that come in the colors that you like.

We're not here to do your shopping for you, which is essentially what you're asking of the forum.

Since you're in NYC, go to the Uniqlo store and see if they have any polos in stock. Although, it seems like you just want to buy polos that promote a branding on the shirt (probably why you turned down J. Crew, Brooks Brothers, and the other brand mentioned and are looking for RL, Lacoste, Burberry (for a polo, wtf?)).
post #34 of 59
Please tell me you're not going to just post endless links to differently coloured polo shirts by the same few manufacturers?? Any polo shirt by RL/ Lacoste will be of a standard quality and design. They both just do about a million colours. If you like a colour, buy it. If not, don't. Nobody can tell you why this green RL shirt is better than this Blue one, because it's in the eye of the beholder. Oh, and +1 for Uniqlo. They're excellent quality, and they're cheap.
post #35 of 59
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Please tell me you're not going to just post endless links to differently coloured polo shirts by the same few manufacturers??

Any polo shirt by RL/ Lacoste will be of a standard quality and design. They both just do about a million colours. If you like a colour, buy it. If not, don't. Nobody can tell you why this green RL shirt is better than this Blue one, because it's in the eye of the beholder.

I'm not, just a few I'm considering.

True, it's in the eye of the beholder, but I'm asking how does it look in your eyes lol.

What do you think of the last polo shirt I posted?
post #36 of 59
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Originally Posted by benzorlb View Post
I'm not, just a few I'm considering.

True, it's in the eye of the beholder, but I'm asking how does it look in your eyes lol.

What do you think of the last polo shirt I posted?

Please read the last post on page 3.

Thank you.

That is all.
post #37 of 59
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Dude, a polo is a polo is a polo. Pick a color palette that goes well with your skin-tone, find a brand with fitted polos and then pick the ones that come in the colors that you like.

We're not here to do your shopping for you, which is essentially what you're asking of the forum.

Since you're in NYC, go to the Uniqlo store and see if they have any polos in stock. Although, it seems like you just want to buy polos that promote a branding on the shirt (probably why you turned down J. Crew, Brooks Brothers, and the other brand mentioned and are looking for RL, Lacoste, Burberry (for a polo, wtf?)).

I know plenty of people who wear Burberry polos.

No, I'm not looking for branding on the shirt, just a brand I'm familiar with. Find me a Lanvin polo and I'll consider it.

Anyways, opinions on the last one I posted?
post #38 of 59
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I know plenty of people who wear Burberry polos.

No, I'm not looking for branding on the shirt, just a brand I'm familiar with. Find me a Lanvin polo and I'll consider it.

Anyways, opinions on the last one I posted?



You completely missed the entire point of my previous post.
post #39 of 59
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I agree, and think you should read this - http://www.mensfashionjournal.com/20...-cost-you.html - I think you should buy based on quality not on brand knowledge.

The quality of brands like RL and Lacoste are good. I want something a brand which I'm familiar with and nothing else, I swear I don't care about a stupid little pony on the shirt. Come on.
post #40 of 59
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You completely missed the entire point of my previous post.

I got your point man, but whatever. I don't have time during the day to go out and pick polo's.

Just give your opinion on the shirt if you want.
post #41 of 59
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The quality of brands like RL and Lacoste are good. I want something a brand which I'm familiar with and nothing else, I swear I don't care about a stupid little pony on the shirt. Come on.

You're still not getting it. Let's try again.

Dude, a polo is a polo is a polo. Pick a color palette that goes well with your skin-tone, find a brand with fitted polos and then pick the ones that come in the colors that you like.

We're not here to do your shopping for you, which is essentially what you're asking of the forum.
post #42 of 59
Threads like this remind me why I don't read SWD. I'd like 10 minutes of my life back please.
post #43 of 59
I love polos and wear them all the time.

I suggest the Adidas Orignals polos.
They have something called the Adidas Originals Vespa line and its
awesome for us darker people.

The standards are Penguin slim fit and Modern Amuesement.

Also Krew makes some pretty nice polos they are all slim fit.
post #44 of 59
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I got your point man, but whatever. I don't have time during the day to go out and pick polo's.

Just give your opinion on the shirt if you want.

Seriously go fuck yourself. It's a polo, it will be immediately obvious to you if it works or not the moment you try it on. And you're going to have to try it on because it's a clothing item; you won't be able to get a feel for it unless it's right there in front of you.

People do not go on StyleForum in order to tell you how to buy boring shirts.
post #45 of 59
this forum has so many elitist haters it's hilarious
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