A Polo Shirt – Autumn 2010

From bulky chunky knits to sophisticated cashmere. A polo shirt is available in as many embodiments are the followers. So even at the our site.

Beatles, Andy Warhol and Bod Dylan are just a few examples of known carriers. Not to mention about Steve McQueen (pictured above) really made the polo shirt into a real icon garments. The high collar gives a face look and feel without losing the casual knit feeling. A polo shirt works both as purely casual wear, but also as a substitute for the shirt under the suit.

A navy blue, brown or gray in finer wool quality as merino or cashmere is often a good starting point that works with large parts of the closet. Be sure the fit so that the sweater is close-fitting round neckline without giving oxygen. Likewise, it is important to consider the height of the collar. A person with a shorter neck advised to choose a slightly lower cut the neck to give a balanced impression. Since the shirt has direct contact with the neck, it is important to keep in mind that the material will be subjected to more wear than a standard pullover. Many therefore prefer merino wool cashmere especially since it is the latter has finer and more sensitive fibers. At the same time the feeling is not as soft.

 

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