Originally Posted by jwcarter people complement me and proceed to ask "wow, how much was that?"
Originally Posted by DocHolliday
Here's the answer to your question.
Originally Posted by hipcathobbes
Remember that for college students (er, depending on where you go), Polo RL shirts might be standard fare for guys, though maybe not if people are asking how much you paid for it. Ultimately you should look for whatever you think suits your personality and looks good on you. Compliments are nice but comments based on cost seem kinda crass.
Exactly, - I'm a bit surprised that anyone could be impressed by a Polo polo logo these days. They're good quality for their price point, but that logo feels to me like it's everywhere, and that turns me off. (Now say Polo polo logo
very fast ten times.) Crassest comment lately: I was at a party at someones (very nice) house, when I overheard a low whistle and the earnest words: "SHIT! You guys must be loaded
Originally Posted by Caomhanach
Well I've marketed a few polo ponies but never actually played. I do know, based on attending several matches nobody involved with Polo would be caught dead in the stuff.Logos remind me of those Kitsch paintings mass produced by a series of painters. You know, the quaint english cottage in kaleidoscope colours and displayed in houses along with singed Rod McKuen poetry books and Martha Stewart throw pillows.
Supposedly, Polo made a little PR coup when the Prince and Princess of Wales started wearing the logo'ed shirts. But I agree - the marketing irony of dressing in Polo to see a polo match would be a bit much.