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Polo Shirts

Discussion in 'Style' started by Theo Huxtable., Apr 11, 2008.

  1. KARD like WOE

    KARD like WOE Senior Member

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    funny i just saw that blog the other day too...
     
  2. Qawee

    Qawee Elite Member

    Joined: Apr 9, 2006 Messages: 3,420 Likes Received: 155
    word, its an older shirt (from the time when Polo Sport still existed) and the seller wasnt also selling lots of 12 horsey shirts for 40 bucks or anything.
     
  3. Cracksmoka

    Cracksmoka Elite Member

    Joined: Oct 2, 2002 Messages: 4,504 Likes Received: 97
    thats a real shirt, originally rlx fell under the polo sport label... it was technically the predecessor to what is now RLX i guess you could say.


    also, thats a dope shirt.
     
  4. AZTEKA

    AZTEKA Member

    Joined: Apr 20, 2007 Messages: 850 Likes Received: 19
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    Only brands of polo i use, mainly for interviews and for when it's needed to look presentable somewhere.
     
  5. injury

    injury 12oz Loyalist

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    RL custom fit >>>
     
  6. injury

    injury 12oz Loyalist

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    RRL will forever be way out of my price range.
     
  7. theprotester

    theprotester Moderator Crew

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    What is RRL? I have a suit combo from RL but didn't see anything RRL on there?
     
  8. injury

    injury 12oz Loyalist

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    an RL line (like RLX, black label, purple label, etc) that's american western-based and mostly well thought out, even if it's occasionally too brokeback mountain. i like their less-ridiculous shirts a lot, their denim/pants are also nice though pricey even on sale.

    http://www.ralphlauren.com/shop/index.jsp?categoryId=11757743

    they overlap with regular polo ("blue label") in places (mostly jackets/outerwear) but not overly so.

    white guy shit.

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  9. theprotester

    theprotester Moderator Crew

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    Apart from the chequered patterns I can definitely get down with that.
     
  10. finEyoungCamel!!!

    finEyoungCamel!!! Elite Member

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    I'd rock the first 4. Last one's real white guy shit.
     
  11. injury

    injury 12oz Loyalist

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    Yeah the chambray is a little much for me too.
     
  12. JesusMachine

    JesusMachine Elite Member

    Joined: Sep 3, 2002 Messages: 4,509 Likes Received: 207
    to expand on what injury said. RRL stands for Ricky (his wife) and Ralph Lauren. Also the name of their ranch. It's basically well constructed, timeless looks from the past, concentrating in western, workwear and military gear. The stand alone RRL shops are fucking dope though. They mix all the current RRL stuff with vintage gear from back in the day. Also the customer service is very good. One of the rivets fell off my jeans and they gave me a brand new pair. This was like after 7-8 months of wear. Also free hemming when buying RRL.

    i fucks with RRL through some schemes and sales. I got a hoody and a few pairs of jeans/ pants for the low. All under $50. My wife's collection is even doper.
     
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