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Purple label english made shirts

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by oscarthewild, Nov 19, 2004.

  1. oscarthewild

    oscarthewild Distinguished Member

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    I liked the english made purple label shirts. Any ideas as to who made them?

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    imageWIS Stylish Dinosaur

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    Turnbull & Asser made the "Made in England" labeled RLPL shirts (and ties).

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  3. Cesare

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    I did like the designs of the Purple Label shirts. However for the prices they charge for their retail shirts I can buy a Borrelli shirt made exactly to my own specifications in the finest cloth and made to measure.

    And even more important, Borrelli's are better quality shirts than the Purple Label shirts I have seen.PL shirts aren't really worth the money in my humble opinion.
     


  4. Mike C.

    Mike C. Distinguished Member

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    Lorenzini make the higher end blue label Polo shirts $125+.
     


  5. Cesare

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    the Purple Label shirts I have seen were around 340 euro's for retail shirts. That's Kiton area.
     


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