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    Quote Originally Posted by Snaird View Post
    I’d go with PAUL and Shark if you’re on a budget. And La Martina if you’re not!
    Don't they have pretty much the same prices?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjg3839 View Post
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    I like these, wear them for golf and casually.

    Also have a couple of Burberry Polo's for more formal casual.
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    Tommy Bahama

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    I got two polo shirts from Luca Avitabile and can't wait for summer to wear them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pallas Athena View Post
    I got two polo shirts from Luca Avitabile and can't wait for summer to wear them!
    I've seen you have good taste. Are they bespoke?

    I also recommend RL and Lacoste (good quality).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivia Hartley View Post
    i prefer t shirts. i love to wear men's t shirts with skinny jeans and its look awesome.
    A girl in a polo is maybe out of style right now, but it looks good, imo.
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    I like Polo Ralph Lauren and Ted Baker.

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    I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with polo shirts. I do like the style as an easy upgrade from t-shirts, but I also abhor wearing anything with logos on it. I paid for the clothes, there's no reason for me to be sporting the company's logo as advertisement. They're not paying me or giving me free items. I spend more time in stores searching for items without logos than anything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swangner View Post
    I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with polo shirts. I do like the style as an easy upgrade from t-shirts, but I also abhor wearing anything with logos on it. I paid for the clothes, there's no reason for me to be sporting the company's logo as advertisement. They're not paying me or giving me free items. I spend more time in stores searching for items without logos than anything else.
    As do I. If it does have a logo, I try to find a brand that is not well known or very non-mainstream.
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    Default Re: best brand to make polo shirts for men?

    Simple: RL Polo, Lacoste, Hackett for pique polos.

    John Smedley and Massimo Dutti do excellent knitted polos (although the former is about 6x the cost of the latter).

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    Abercrombie & Fitch makes unbelievably soft and comfortable polos. If that damn moose logo wasn't so cliché, I would wear nothing but them, lol
    They're seriously a great fit and decent, not great, quality. I have some of their shirts I've had for longer than a decade.
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    Lacoste and RL Polo would be my preferences.
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    I’m a fan of polo shirts, both long and short sleeve. I have tried many different brands and price ranges over the years and here are my favs by price point

    Under $30- Uniglo or Everlane
    $30-$100- Banana Republic or Brooks Brothers
    Over $100- Loro Piana.....way over $100 and amazing




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