Real Vs Fake Ralph Lauren Polo

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Real vs Fake Polo Ralph Lauren (Side by Side Comparison)

July 2015 Updated Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZ7I7Nvw1twxyQgAZo0JlWn42xlYV4imQ It's 2014 and we still doing Polo videos? 2:05 - 2:10 Really Meant to Say Left Side Thanks for watching my video. Please check out the other videos too! Like, share, and subscribe!

How to Spot Fake Polo Ralph Lauren: The Overview!

The Overview: This video is an in-depth overview of what to generally look for when dealing with Polo Ralph Lauren Clothing! • Main video contents: o Collar Labels | 00:50 o Size Labels | 01:26 o Price Tags | 02:44 o Small & Big Pony Logos | 04:24 o Quality | 06:56 Credits: Intro by: Velosofy Intro Music (from YouTube Audio Library): 'Dark Lotus (Sting)' by MK2 Background Music (from YouTube Audio Library): 'Kickin It' by Jingle Punks As always, thank you for taking the time out of your day to watch my video! I hope I could help! Please like, share and subscribe!

Real VS Fake Ralph Lauren Polo!

This video will help you to decide on how to spot a real ralph lauren polo form a fake. For this week we are going to do a raffle with our first 25 subscribers and the luck winner will get a ralph lauren polo of their favorite size and colour!!!

15 Ways to Recognize And Avoid Low Quality Clothing

15 tips that will help you detect a poor-quality item right on the spot. When we buy a piece of clothing, we want to get a quality item. Unfortunately, it often happens that new clothes shrink or get torn after the first wash. TIMESTAMPS Check the quality of cotton by squeezing it 0:40 Hold the fabric up to a bright light 1:09 Pull the seams to see the gaps 1:33 Avoid open zippers 2:02 Check the hem 2:24 Give fabric a tug 2:53 Make sure the zipper matches in length 3:13 Well-cut 3:26 Pay attention to the label 4:09 Make sure the seams and threads match Check buttons and buttonholes 5:07 Check if it has a yoke 6:17 Look at the coloring of the folds 6:42 A center back seam 7:08 Patterns matchup 7:33 How to Select the Perfect Clothes for Your Body Shape 8:26 SUMMARY - When buying clothes made of cotton, do this simple but very illustrative test: grab some fabric and squeeze it as tightly as you can in your fist for a few seconds. Then check if the fabric looks like a crumpled piece of paper. - To check the thickness, hold the fabric up to a bright light. If you don’t see much through it, you are safe to buy it. - A pull test can help you understand if you are holding a piece of junk in your hands, or if you have to pay for it right now feeling happy that you found it. So, try pulling stitched pieces apart. - Make sure you buy clothes and accessories with metal zippers covered with a strap: they are the most reliable and long-lasting. - Pants and skirts should have a hem of up to 2 inches. Blouses and shirts can do with a smaller one of about 1 inch. If there is no hem at all or it’s simply stitched, we do recommend buying this item. - A quality item will always keep its shape. Take a stretchy part of a dress or a skirt, tug on it and then let it go. - Zippers on dresses, skirts, or any other kinds of clothing should be equal in length, even and math in color. - If you notice symptoms like this, don’t jump to the conclusion that you shouldn’t have skipped your gym. It’s possible that the manufacturer just saved money and didn’t use enough fabric. - Natural fabrics, such as cotton, silk, and wool are strong and more durable than synthetics. However, 100% cotton can quickly shrink after washing. - Examine fabric pattern and thread colors. If patterns don’t match and stitches are made with threads of different colors, it is a clear sign that this item was made in a hurry. - When manufacturers make a fake or a low-quality item, they often don’t pay attention to little details. This is why you should always carefully examine buttons and buttonholes before buying an item. - Good shirt and blouses must have a shoulder yoke. It makes the top look neat on you. Cheap items of clothes don’t have a yoke, so they don’t just look bad, but also uncomfortable to wear. - If the coloring on the handles, straps, or fastenings looks faded or leaves marks on the folds, this is a clear sign of a low-quality item. - When you buy a jacket or a coat, pay extra attention to the center back seam. The thing is your back probably doesn’t look completely flat, so if you want it to look beautiful, there must be a quality back seam. - Even a very quick look at them can tell you a lot about how much effort has been put into producing the item. For example, if the pattern on the pocket doesn’t match the pattern on the rest of the item, it means that the production was sloppy, and they tried to save money on the materials. Subscribe to Bright Side: https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/

Ralph Lauren Polo shirts differences between Real and Fakes

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Comparison between a real and fake polo.

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