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    British Brand of Polo. Help?

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Wreybies, May 30, 2009.

    Ok, there is a shirt that I am looking for and I do not know the brand. Need some help! I see this polo on the regular on British television. It's a very simple polo, appears to come in a wide variety of colors, the ends of the short sleeves have a double stripe piped around, one slightly thicker than the other, the collar has the same double piping. There is a simple logo on the front of the shirt which looks a bit like the double chaffs of wheat on the back of an American wheat penny except that the stems of the chaffs are crossed at the thin bits.

    Who makes this shirt!?!?!

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    You sure they aren't olive branches? e.g.:

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    Yes.... they may well be! :rolleyes:
     
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    Laurel branches are also common in competition-themed logos and crests:

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    That may help you to google your logo/crest.
     
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    Found it!!! Fred Perry.

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    SERIOUS FACE! :mad:

    I only ever buy T-Shirts that have funny slogans on them, or will go nice behind my pinstripe shirt. :D
     
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    So, the Fred Perry website would have me believe that this is the it fashion on London. True?
     
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    Umm... let's see... A plain white shirt with nothing but a wreath to distinguish it from the rest of the brand-name crap that comes pouring out of the clothes industry? Yep, we're mad for those. :D
     
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    Yush, fred perry is big in fashion here. It's a brand that never dies, lol.
    Mind you, a good brand never does.
     
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    Aaaaaaaaagh! Get that picture away from me! Fred Perry t-shirts were part of our regulation uniform at my first, horrible, boarding school in England.
     

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