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Filippo De Laurentiis

FINAL SALE: Solid Polo Shirt in Crepe Cotton - Pewter

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This item is FINAL SALE and not eligible for returns or exchanges.

Filippo de Laurentiis' designers are true masters of their knitwear craft, as well as experts in effortless refinement.  This knit polo in crepe cotton is no exception.  Compared to the polos we all know with alligators or polo players on their chest, this model has a distinctly more sophisticated air about it.  The crisp crepe cotton is knit from a super fine gauge yarn that feels so cool and breathable on the skin, while the gathered ribbed cuffs and hem create a tailored shape on the body.  We love it for its versatility.  It is a perfect way to make a suit feel a couple of notches more casual (in place of a dress shirt and tie), or to make a pair of jeans, chinos or shorts feel a bit more dressed up.  


  • 100% Cotton
  • "Crepe Cotton" is made using tightly twisted fine cotton yarn, yielding a fabric that is very lightweight and breathable, yet still possessing a bounce and body.  This creates a knit shirt that is wonderfully comfortable in warmer weather while still holding a clean, precise shape on the body.
  • WEIGHT: Lightweight
  • TEXTURE: Dry and crisp
  • COLOR: Pewter gray
  • Made in Italy


  • Dry clean or hand wash and lay flat to dry. Steam press as needed.
  • 3-button placket with genuine mother-of-pearl buttons in smoke gray color.
  • Ribbed cuffs, collar and hem.

Fit and Measurements:


IT48 (S)

IT50 (M)

IT52 (L) IT54 (XL)
PIT-TO-PIT 20" 21" 22" 23"
SHOULDER WIDTH 15.5" 16" 16.5" 17.5"
LENGTH 25.5" 26.5 27" 27.25"
SLEEVE LENGTH 18" 18.75"" 19" 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.