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Having been adopted by many of the significant cultural movement over the past five decades, Ben Sherman now presents a full lifestyle offering, available in over 40 countries worldwide and continues to embrace a heritage of modernism.
- < $50
- < $100
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User rating summary from: 2 user(s)
One for the boys
The shirts retailed are amazing. I love how my boyfriend looks in one of their pieces, he likes them too.
From a female (my) perspective, a man in one of their shirts look smart yet casual and above all, he looks refined with a touch of class. The patterns are amazing and I am in awe at how the designs are refreshed with each new season.
From a male (boyfriend's) perspective, the shirts are comfortable, not too warm for the climate of Singapore. Perfect for both shopping around town or as smart casual wear. Perfect for scoring with the girls (tongue in cheek).
The Ben Sherman range in Singapore is really fairly limited to only the guys section although I must say that the designs are always looking very attractive. Although the female range has only been discontinued recently, except in Australia where is it still in stock, Ben Sherman is more for the guys. It deals with a certain masculinity in its vibrant designs that brings life to the piece of clothing.
Despite its small range of clothing, the selected pieces that are bought in always never fail to impress. The designs are wildly unique with a nice tone of colours and preferred checks. The quality and material is also commendable. Most of the things have a little vintage taste mixed with modern sophistication that brings out a little metro-fashion of the guy instead of the standard shirt and jeans look. I like how the whole store is also always very neat, and the staff are always very attentive and friendly. It is usually compared to the likes of Fred Perry because both brands kind of stand on the same platform of unique polo shirts, however, there seems to be a difference in that Ben Sherman deals more with brighter tones of colours while Fred Perry has more vintage green and brown to it.