Saturday, February 5, 2011

Polos by Ralph Lauren

Bring money. Lots of money!

21 comments:

Kate said...

I'll take one of each colour in size L for my Dh and grandson. Oh, what the heck, the same in M for my darlin' son, too.

bfarr said...

Which color did you buy?

Small City Scenes said...

I would rather see Polo Ponies than Polo shirts. MB

Randy said...

A little out of my price range. I do love them though. They wear well.

magicpolaroid said...

hi jacob, how are u? like this compo!!

brattcat said...

and a lot of friends of various shapes and sizes.

Small City Scenes said...

I guess we'll have to put you in a container to be contained---or just boxed up.

Happy golfing--no rain here--YET! MB

anjoe playhouse said...

*LOL* Yes, Jacob, the golf-season is to wear such dress for a winner!!!!

Sharon said...

Before I saw you caption I was thinking, there is a lot of money represented in this photo!

Wicked Gardener said...

Jacob-great blog! Love to see fellow Ocalians on the internets.

cieldequimper said...

Your new sponsor? Nice one, that can buy you a couple of Leicas!

cieldequimper said...

And a trip to Paris!

Irina said...

Is it your wardrobe?)

Birdman said...

I'll pass.

Bibi said...

Beautiful colors and composition....I sometimes find really good name brands in thrift shops.... :)

Hey--my WV is brapolo! Ladies, wear one underneath!

nopham said...

Missing 2 white, and 1 white shirts. Jacob bought them.

Rose said...

I really like this colorful shot! I never would have thought of taking one like it.

EG Wow said...

Wonderful colours to choose from! So did you purchase a blue one?

Lisa Wilson said...

I like the Ralph Lauren shops, but there never really is anything I would want to spend that much money on. He is a part-time Coloradoan. He has a big ranch between here and Montrose called the Double RL.

Steffe said...

I'm glad I'm not a shopper!

Sharon Creech said...

Great photo, love the colors! This reminds me of a scene in The Great Gatsby, when he is showing Daisy all his expensive and colorful shirts.

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