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Polo custom oxford shirt

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by johnnynorman3, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. johnnynorman3

    johnnynorman3 Well-Known Member

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    I'm a bit curious about these considering the 25% coupon I have -- it has a trim fit and you customize the color and the pony color. I thought it might be a good casual shirt with jeans (nothing evokes Americana like the pony, even if it is annoyingly omnipresent at times). I was wondering how long the hem on this shirt is, if anyone has tried it. I'd like to wear it untucked, but if the hem is too long, I'd rather just go with Jantzen.
     
  2. imageWIS

    imageWIS Well-Known Member

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    I have not ordered one of their "own" custom-fit oxfords, but I have tried on a RTW custom-fit oxford and it really is tight, but on me at least, the tail was still too long to use un-tucked. I would wager that if you have a tailor shorted and square the tail of the shirt, you should be able to use it as a casual shirt. As well, I saw a RLPL shirt on Worth that was very slim because it was darted from the factory.

    Jon.
     
  3. FzyLgic

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