Quite a big price.
But having said that, it’s a good alternative to the classic Fred Perry with a pop-arty collar and a strong colour scheme.
It’s essentially two colours - blues - across three levels - and white.
This technique is underrated. Usually people seem to think that the more colours you’ve got, the better, but actually when you make up your outfit, you probably don’t want that many.
Think of your suit combo - Maybe one colour, with a second for your shirt. Possibly with a special third for a tie.
This is potentially where Fred Perry scores quite highly - one colour on the shirt, another on the piping, that’s it.
Where am I going with this? All I’m saying is the smart kids are all about as few colours as possible combined in an artistic way. And clearly they’ve got some smart kids at PG