Individually, though, with the exception of the monograms and the logoed polo shirts, I think that all can work given the correct individual.
I'm sorry, I didn't quite understand. Does this mean you do not like logoed polo shirts and monograms? I have monogrammed shirts from Jantzen, but they are monogrammed in the yoke so no one gets to see them. I also bought several Lacoste polo shirts recently. For me, I do not like anything that is loud. Cuff links, tight shirts, monograms, Hermes ties, logoed polo shirts can be subtle/simple and hence acceptable. But ocassionaly it might be considered stylish to wear, say, a very plain white shirt with jeans and an outrageous pair of cuff links.