Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by Peanutbutter Where are the grays?
Much of the color selection leaves little to be desired. The basic colors black, navy, white are great but I personally think that I would wear more a gray color than a bright color like seaside or shoreline for the cooler days. It's a shame JCrew does not offer these long sleeve slim-fit polos in light, medium, and dark gray (charcoal). I think a brown one and a olive would be also nice!
Slim-fit XS is perfect on my small frame (I'm 5'3 125lbs).
July 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Domad Perfect for my minimalist wardrobe
This shirt is perfect! Slim fitting, great color, and high quality materials. I have been building my minimalist wardrobe, and this is one of my core pieces. The long sleeves really add some versatility, making it easier to layer, compared to a short sleeve polo.
March 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by iamthewheel Tough to beat this classic!
Awesome shirt for the $$$. Can't go wrong here. The basics never get old.
November 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Batman New spin on a classic. Order one size down.
Its truly a classic and versatile piece. Understated elegance. Personally, I feel the slim/Ludlow cuts aren't modern/slim enough. I ordered one size down and the fit was surperbed. I ordered the N. Blue, Black and white. Be daring (those who can) and order a size down. It provides more of a custom fit shirt that definitely elevates your look/the shirt. I receive lots of compliments when I wear them. JCREW should add a few different shades of gray (heather-charcoal) to their collection. The quality was on par and the price point was better than a lot of other brands that have charging knights, horses and other animals on their shirts. Order one size down and buy it.
May 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by MatthewJames Back to Basics
Basics are the cornerstone to a great wardrobe. Classics remain so for a reason. This polo is effortless and flattering. It is important to wear things that complement your spirit and let the persona shine through without distraction.
May 22, 2014