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Style: John Smedley adds classic cotton polo shirts to its sale site

I read Robert Elms’ marvellous book The Way We Wore last week. If you haven’t read it it is a fascinating, and very personal dissection of British youth cults and the clothes that were associated with them, throughout the 70s and 80s. It descends into a quagmire of narcissism towards the end as Elms seems to spend his life chasing …

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AshleyStyle: John Smedley adds classic cotton polo shirts to its sale site
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Fred Perry Winter sale kicks off

Heritage brand Fred Perry has had a really good year courtesy of some high profile tie-ups. If you fancy one of their polo shirts, or anything else for that matter, now is a very good time as the company has just started its winter sale. Pictured is the £45 (down from £55) Slim Fit Twin Tipped Fred Perry Shirt, which …

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SUMMER STYLE: The Kooples Sport Polo Shirts

Sure, so we’re still in the doldrums of April showers, but the summer sunshine is surely just around the corner now, so it’s time to whack out your pasty forearms and dive into some short sleeve tops. Comfy yet flexible enough to work in both formal and casual occasions, men’s staple the polo shirt is a must-have in any wardrobe. …

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Ralph Lauren polo shirts – They’re not just for Chavs anymore

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The thing about brands is that different
people have different relationships with them.  For people like the fabulous Henry Conway,
Ralph Lauren polo shirts might conjure up images of days out at Ascot, Croquet
and Daddy embezzling money from the government (Ba-doom-chish!). I just think
of Chavs, or as they were called back in my day, Essex boys. Without giving you
my life story – I’m saving that for another post – when I was at secondary
school, fake Ralph Lauren polo shirts were all the rage. In those days, you
spotted a fake by looking at the number of legs on the horse of the logo. Fakes
had 3 or less, real ones had 4. This led to a horse-logo-checking habit that’s
stayed with me to this day.

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