ABOUT OUR POLO SHIRTS
A signature piece of Yeossal which is proudly designed and constructed in our workshop in Singapore.
We utilised fabrics, woven by renowned Italian mills of the likes of Bonfanti Tessuti, Tessitura Monti and Canclini.
With a soft luxurious hand, our pique fabric feels incredibly comfortable on the skin while still retaining its drape. In addition to using premium fabrics, we focus on crafting the polos with the best possible workmanship.
Months of research and sampling has lead us to the creation of the "Yeossal" collar that is very much uniquely ours.
Our collar is created in a seamless construction where the collar band and the collar is one.
This helps to create a roll unlike any other collars.
MOTHER OF PEARL
We spared no expense on materials. Our buttons are made of high quality Australian shell, produced by an Italian factory that is almost a century old.
An indication of the quality of our buttons is the lustrous pearly white colour of the shells which is reflective of the pristine natural environment in which they are formed.
CROW FEET & CONTRAST
Crows Feet Stitching - A unique feature of our polo shirts. Stitched with the upmost care, our MOP buttons are carefully hand sewn onto the polo in a signature crow feet design.
An indication of quality, a rarity in today's clothing.
Employing single needle stitching, a single row of stitches run along the seam edges creating a seamless, soft and comfortable appearance.
POLO COLLAR TYPE01
Our Type01 collar is our first One piece collar. A staple collar that has been around with us since the beginning. Our Type01 is a slightly cut away collar also know as our Swallow collar.
POLO COLLAR TYPE02
Our Type02 collar is our second rendition of our One Piece Collar. A new collar that was develop with a narrow and pointed collar stance.
Measurement an inch below the armhole seams from Pit to Pit. Multiply this measurement by two to get the fully circumference of the chest.
Fold the shirt in half to the pit. Measure the waist and multiply the measurements by two to get the full circumference of the waist.
Start from the half shoulder mark just below the collar band. Measure to the armhole seam and continue all the way to the end of the cuff.
This is your half shoulder with sleeve measurement. This measurement takes into account the different shoulder measurements while maintaining the correct sleeve length.
Measure from the highest shoulder point all the way down to the end of the shirt hem. This is your shirt length.