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How to style your polo shirt

12 April 2018

For years, the polo shirt has become a staple in every stylish man’s wardrobe. Easy to wear and perfect for every occasion, it’s a piece that raises the bar time and time again.

Whether you’re looking to wear it for smart or casual, for home or for holiday, there are a number of simple ways to wear it. So, if you’ve yet to invest, now is the perfect time – the days are only getting longer and warmer.


Block colour

If you’re looking to add a hint of colour into your wardrobe but don’t want to go full throttle, try adding a block colour to keep things interesting. The navy bomber and dark jeans make this look perfect for the weekend or dress down Friday, and the pop of red (one of this season’s favourites) brightens up an otherwise muted outfit.

Two blues

From the knitted-style texture, to the stag emblem and the brighter blue tipped collar, it’s all in the details with this polo shirt. It’s perfect for smarter occasions, so pair it with classic chinos and desert boots for a look that’s hard to beat – and add more essential summer accessories like sunglasses to keep things relaxed.

Mixed textures

The two different fabrics on this polo shirt keep things interesting – playing with textures has always been a brilliant way to raise the style game. Whether you’re heading on holiday or just prepping for slightly warmer summer days at home, chino shorts are always a classic choice. Chuck on a bomber jacket for when the sun goes down and you’re good to go.

Pink and grey

Perfect for summer, this lighter and brighter pink and grey polo shirt is exactly what you need to change things up from your darker winter wardrobe. Keep things classic with beige chinos and white Converse, and smarten it up with a dark jumper if needed.

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