Polos with no logos

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  1. BareSolid

    BareSolid Senior member

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    Which are recommended?

    I would like a polo that fits like the RL custom fit polo, but without the logo. I am not a chav and do not wish to display logos on my clothing. It is a showy detail that serves no purpose other than to tell onlookers 'hey look how much my polo cost'... I'd rather the fit and quality spoke for themselves.
     


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    fuji Senior member

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    Buy custom fit polo, remove the logo. No one gives a shit you have a logo. Could always buy RLPL polos, but they are several hundred dollars. Loro piana are very nice too, but very expensive.
     


  3. BareSolid

    BareSolid Senior member

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    Buy custom fit polo, remove the logo. No one gives a shit you have a logo. Could always buy RLPL polos, but they are several hundred dollars. Loro piana are very nice too, but very expensive.


    Yeah I'm rather lower down the price scale than that. I just don't like logos on my clothing.
     


  4. M.D.

    M.D. Well-Known Member

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    You could order them from the Polo site through the 'Create your own'-option. Choose the pony in the same colour as your shirt and it is barely noticeable. It's not perfect, but it's a step in the right direction.
     


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    PoloPlayr Well-Known Member

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    Not being a fan of logos myself, I must say that the RL (normal-sized) logos are not too bad.

    Just stay away from Hackett's chav-polos [​IMG]
     


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    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    Band of Outsiders: This is not a polo shirt.
     


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    Uniqlo
    J Crew


    To name two cheaper ones.
     


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    GraphicNovelty Senior member

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    Not to pull a Jet, but there was just a thread about this. I wear H&M Logg polos. They're $10 and pretty decent quality.
     


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    J Crew. You can easily get them for $20-25.

    Edit: actually, you're British, aren't you? Uniqlo is a much better suggestion then.
     


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    Robert Senior member

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    helpless, helpless, helpless... .
     


  11. MetroStyles

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    Not to pull a Jet, but there was just a thread about this.

    I wear H&M Logg polos. They're $10 and pretty decent quality.


    The H&Ms shrink badly in my experience, making them unwearable. I refuse to wear polos that shrink as finding the right size is guesswork with money down the drain. Uniqlo and J Crew do not shrink (at least the ones I bought). Ask a salesperson to be sure.
     


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    lol at sales people knowing if stuff shrinks in the wash
     


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    Not to pull a Jet, but there was just a thread about this.

    I wear H&M Logg polos. They're $10 and pretty decent quality.


    The H&Ms shrink badly in my experience, making them unwearable. I refuse to wear polos that shrink as finding the right size is guesswork with money down the drain. Uniqlo and J Crew do not shrink (at least the ones I bought). Ask a salesperson to be sure.

    I am back and forth on the one H&M polo I own...sometimes I think it has shrunk and I don't like it, other times I do (though it may have something to do with how it dries...I guess I could try rolling it up and tugging on the ends before hang drying).

    I definitely like the fit of my logoless j-crew polo but it *has* shrunk vertically and is a pinch short now. I am almost 6'2 so that missing length hurts. J-crew makes long sizes...but I have yet to see one in a store to try on.

    I'd love to check out the uniqlo polos (I should be in the area sometime this sumer) but right know I am thinking about picking up a couple more h&m polos. for $10, they seem great.
     


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    Lands End polos seem good for the price.
     


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