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custom tailored polo shirts????

kitonotik

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Hi guys. Wondering if anyone knows if there are places that make polo shirts to order. I get really frustrated when the collars on my polos roll...except for a brioni polo I have that is made of pique cotton like a regular polo shirt butinstead it has a constructed white collar like that of a dress shirt. Anyone know where I can haveshirts like that made??? Or bought??? Thanks in advance
 

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Just pop your collar bruh.
 

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Well if you got one from Brioni, then buy more from them?
 

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Thanks to all for the quick replies. I would by more of the Brioni but have unable to find any. They one I got was at last call for NM. Thanks for the sites, much appreciated.
 

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If your located in the NYC area send me a private message and ill msg you back with store names in the city.
 

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Originally Posted by TheWraith
Tailorstore make long and short sleeved MTM polo shirts. I have some of both, fit is excellent.
Thanks for the tip; I might give that place a whirl next time I need some polos. I normally get Loro Piana, and they're really great, but it would be good to have a few cheaper ones for variety, esp. if they're MTM so will fit better. What's the material like? Nice feel? Does it shrink much? Great link.
 

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I have just ordered some knit, similar to the fabric used by Polosophy.

it comes from a very fine mill in Italy.
Unfortunately there is no trim available, so collars and cuffs will be the same as the shirt.
will keep everyone updated
 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast
Thanks for the tip; I might give that place a whirl next time I need some polos. I normally get Loro Piana, and they're really great, but it would be good to have a few cheaper ones for variety, esp. if they're MTM so will fit better. What's the material like? Nice feel? Does it shrink much?

Great link.


A nice, soft, cotton pique. Feels good, mine didn't shrink much (or at all, but then I'm careful how I wash my cottons) and the fit is excellent (I made sure to get my measurements right). I recommend them, use them for long and short sleeved polos as well as dress shirts.
 

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Hey!

Printful has just launched embroidery on polo shirts! :)

Here's what you should know:
- Price $16.95
- Polos come in black or white
- Only flat embroidery available
- Left chest embroidery area is 4x4"
- 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton pique


Check it out here:

https://www.printful.com/custom/mens/embroidered-shirts/gildan-3800-embroidered-polo-shirt
And what is your connection with "Printful". It is simply not credible that someone would join and his first post resurrect a thread dead since 2010. Do give us a little credit to see through scams of this ilk.
 

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