25 thoughts on “real or fake Ralph Lauren?

  1. Anonymous says:

    they make fake polo?? literally doesnt matter but i dont see why that shirt would be fake or why anyone would even bother trying to fake it. its probably like 10$ on a reseller site

  2. Anonymous says:

    >A single pic
    >Not showing tag
    >Not showing any up close detail

    I hope it’s fake you hecking stupid but we certainly won’t be able to tell from that.

      • Anonymous says:

        Look at those gay ass lines. None of them align. In a most decent plaid shirts, they make sure to align the patterns at the seams. So to me, it’s a fake, unless that was an intentional design choice.

        • Anonymous says:

          Sorry to burst your bubble anon, but if it were real like OP’s it should say something like “made in Bangladesh” or “Pakistan”. That ok though, like

          fake is goated

          said, it’s a pretty fun item of curiosity to have for ironic wear.

          • Sieg heil says:

            Ah damn I though something was up when it just said spring summer 24 and didn’t have the lil horse on it

            I’ll head back to the store in Vegas and demand my money back

          • Anonymous says:

            Just take the L bro and accept it as money spent for a life lesson. These little fly by night pop up shop bootleggers are hard to pin down and they aren’t trying to give refunds. If you take the time to go back it will probably be another guy there this time using the space to sell bootleg Nautica and Herbalife. Or maybe even rub & tug massage parlour.

    • Anonymous says:

      The good people of China? You don’t have to "fake" it. You can just be some generic shirt manufacturer who slaps on the RL logo onto his shirts and sell them at a higher price.

  3. Sieg heil says:

    Stupid Reddit kids actually buy fake polo RL on the fashion rep site

    Op is probably some kid who thought he got a deal and is “testing” out his cop on /fashion/ before wearing it out in public

    Honestly though, anyone wearing polo Ralph Lauren is automatically seen as poor by people who aren’t working class or are in poverty

    This is kinda what I love about LULZ and /fashion/ there are so many people from all aspects of life and society talking together and it really broadens my scope and opinions on how different people think helps me read people more as I’m pretty autistic

  4. Anonymous says:


    the M on medium looks sorta odd. but its real. I’ve owned many plaid ralph laurens.

    also show care tag.

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