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The Official Drakes knock-off thread - look-alikes and the producers behind Drakes

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Does anyone know who/how they make the suede chore coat? I'm interested in getting one and loved the weight but $2K is a lot for a jacket so wondering if there's something similar.
 

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Any ideas where to find long-sleeve button down polo shirts? Is there even a particular name for this style? Only know it from Berg & Berg, which is slim cut and expensive. It is such a basic thing that there must be other sources?
 

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Any ideas where to find long-sleeve button down polo shirts? Is there even a particular name for this style? Only know it from Berg & Berg, which is slim cut and expensive. It is such a basic thing that there must be other sources?
This sort of stuff?


G. Inglese, Ikiji, Barena, the old Eidos I think etc all make things like that.

Edit: lots of options on Yoox as well from all sorts of Italian companies in different materials.
 

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This sort of stuff?


G. Inglese, Ikiji, Barena, the old Eidos I think etc all make things like that.

Edit: lots of options on Yoox as well from all sorts of Italian companies in different materials.
Yes the G. Inglese polos stocked at No Man Walks Alone are outstanding. Not cheap but they are amazing and are very durable or long-lasting. I'm really pleased with mine.
 

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I really like the button-down polos from Ascot Chang sold at The Armoury. Not cheap though, $275 for the long sleeves.
 

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Any ideas where to find long-sleeve button down polo shirts? Is there even a particular name for this style? Only know it from Berg & Berg, which is slim cut and expensive. It is such a basic thing that there must be other sources?
I have one by Drake’s, from I believe 2 seasons ago. It’s a thicker fabric with a somewhat 70s style collar. Imho worth its price. Not sure if they have one on offer right now.
 

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This sort of stuff?


G. Inglese, Ikiji, Barena, the old Eidos I think etc all make things like that.

Edit: lots of options on Yoox as well from all sorts of Italian companies in different materials.

No, I mean actual long-sleeve polo shirts with button down Oxford style collars. I have one by Lund & Lund, but they seem to have stopped producing this style. I was thinking that, this being as basic as it is, even one of the bigger fast fashion chains must have a comparable style...

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Naked Clothing Italy makes some. Pretty sure that G. Inglese has as well.

 

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