Polo shirts have been in the fashion industry for the longest time ever. Though history has no exact date on when polo shirts were introduced into the fashion industry, one thing is clear and it is the fact that even back in the 20th century, these kinds of shirts were still around. Some may not exactly know what polo shirts are so, allow me to describe them in a nutshell. Polo shirts are the kind of shirts with collars, and buttons on top, and have this beautiful design that comes in numerous colours. The most common colours for polo shirts are maroon, sky blue, white, black, and even jungle green just to mention a few.
A Polo shirt can go perfectly well with various outfit designs. And one of them is the famous polo shirt under a blazer outfit. Blazers are gorgeous, we can all attest to that fact. They look extremely good. The best part: they both can fit just perfect for casual and official looks. Most importantly, a polo shirt is ideal for casual occasions. Look great when paired with sweatpants, jeans, or shorts. A polo shirt also gives you the option of wearing many different shoe styles such as loafers, boat shoes, sneakers etc.
How to style your polo shirts in 2022!
1. With a blazer just as mentioned above.
2. Under a sweater would also look great on.
3. As loungewear is another smart way of styling a polo shirt.
4. And the most common way is, with jeans. A Polo shirt has remained true when styled up with jeans for over a century now.
Is it okay to tuck in polo shirts?
Well, my response to that question is both yes and no. Yes for when you do it right and no, for when you get it whole wrong. First, make sure your polo shirt is not too long. It should fit nicely and fit no longer than your jeans pockets. Depending on the occasion, wear a belt, so should you need to tuck your polo shirt in, you can tuck it in with ease.
How do you look good in a polo?
To look great in a polo shirt, do these. Look for colours out of the humdrum, bright pastels that all of your dad’s golf buddies wear. Try blues, blacks, and browns with pops of colours on the logos. Muted colours work great too.
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Yours, EDWIN WAMAE.