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  • co_chili
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    Well you are getting your wish.


    The ruthless Texas born drug lord Edgar "La Barbie" Villarreal has a fondness for over sized polo shirts and is now in a Mexican prison being beaten on a daily basis (per Rolling Stone).

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  • mikehc
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    agreed. People who wear Big Pony logo shirts should be beaten.

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  • Cannon
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    Logos are not decoration, avoid them and keep them as small as possible. I think Polo is lame for having such status put into their logo, but also because they actually start making Big Pony logo shirts and stupid over decorated rugby and polo team shirts that idiots who know k=nothing about it buy.


    Logos are not decoration, but Ralph Lauren mistakingly uses them that way.


    Logos should be rare and hardly noticeable, that is a rule of good classic styling.

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  • kona0341
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    I HATE "big horse polos" with everyfiber of my being. There is no aspect of style to it. It says pay attentions to WHO I am wearing, not what I am wearing. Its Kanye West style, and it lowers the maturity of your wardrobe to HS.

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  • wheresmytuna
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    It is much easier to wear logoless clothing on a consistent basis because it doesn't stand out. I think the basics should definitely be logoless for this reason. That said, I really wouldn't mind a closet full of little gold sheep, hmm.

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  • ChrisW
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    Between RL Big Pony and U.S. Polo Association we seem to be in a polo logo arms race. I fully expect to see someone wearing a shirt with a tableau of a whole polo match on the front soon.


    No logos, especially not on polos.

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  • MaxMan
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    In Davelli's camp there. I cant stand walking billboards. i will opt for the small logo (seldomly) on a polo and possibly a sport button down, but not a dress shirt.

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  • nix7
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    agree with Davelli. only small logos on Polos are ok for me.

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  • MickyO
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    I'm in advertising and I still avoid logos on my clothing. I think that if a company is going to advertise on me, then they have to pay me for my chest ad space.

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  • Davelli0331
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    I hate logos on anything except polos, and on polos it needs to be small. Why do I need to provide free advertising?

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  • Jetmemphis91
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    Name brands and logo



    I was wondering what people thought of things like the polo dress shirt that actually has the horse logo on the chest or the polo or Brooks brothers ties that have the logo all over them. I understand the casual Oxford shirts but for a dress shirt? Just seems to casual to me. I had a guy acting snobby in a suit with the polo logo all over tie and logo dress shirt and it just left a bad impression with me. Seemed like as y'all say "the clothes wearing the man" situations. This is just purely my opinion. I was wondering what the communitiy's view upon logos is?

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