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Filippo De Laurentiis

Silk & Linen Knit Polo - Black

Regular price
$210.00 USD
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$210.00 USD
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We fell in love with this new polo from Filippo de Laurentiis at first sight.  This shirt has little in common with its alligator or polo player clad cousins bearing the same name. While those are best suited for heading to the grocery store or paying your accountant a visit over zoom, these silk and linen iterations from the masters of Italian Knitwear remind us more of Frank Sinatra poolside in Palm Springs in the 1960s, or the iconically stylish crowd immortalized by Slim Aarons at the Hotel Pelicano in the 1970s.  

The silk / linen blend feels soft, drapey and luxurious, with a dry, matte texture (this silk isn't shiny at all, but it sure is soft) coupled with a beautiful vertical ribbed knit pattern.  Its lightweight and breathable.  Perfect when you want to look refined and put together under the sun.  We love it dressed up or dressed down.  It would look fantastic under a suit or blazer for an evening out.  Or, pair it up with chinos, jeans or shorts.

FABRIC AND ORIGIN:

  • 55% silk 45% linen
  • Lightweight and breathable - ideal for warm weather
  • TEXTURE:  smooth and soft
  • COLOR: black
  • Vertical ribbed knit
  • Made in Italy

DETAILS AND CARE:

  • Ribbed cuffs, collar and hem
  • 4-button placket finished with genuine mother-of-pearl buttons in ivory color
  • Dry clean or hand wash and lay flat to dry

Fit and Measurements:

 

IT48 (S)

IT50 (M)

IT52 (L) IT54 (XL)
PIT-TO-PIT 19.75" 21" 22.5" 23"
SHOULDER WIDTH 15.25" 15.75" 16.25" 16.75
LENGTH 26" 26.75" 27.25" 27.5"
SLEEVE LENGTH 18.25" 18.75" 19.25" 19.75"

 

About Filippo de Laurentiis: Though founded in 2012, Filippo De Laurentiis is backed by a 40 year family history that combines the classic traditions of fine knitwear craftsmanship, the prestige of luxurious raw materials, modern production techniques and special garment dying finishes. To this day the family continues production in the Italian regions of Abruzzo, Marche, Umbria and Emilia Romagna.