Polo shirts are one of the most popular casual garments and are worn by men, women and children. Those of you who are do not know much information about polo shirts read on – A polo shirt can also be known as a polo, golf or tennis shirt and has a soft collar which can be worn turned up (a very popular way to wear you polo) or folded down which equally looks as good, a polo generally has two or three button placket which most just have the first button done up with the other one or two buttons open, on occasions you will see some people with all the buttons done up give a mod style look. Also some styles of designer polo shirts sport a left breast pocket. Polo are commonly made from cotton normally pique cotton. You will always see a logo on the left breast from the Lacoste – croc or Ralph Lauren their polo horse or Lyle and Scott vintage yellow eagle. You can purchase designer polo shirts from any online designer clothing store as polo shirts are such a popular garment these are easy accessible, you can buy polo shirts in many different colours and fits for example Ralph Lauren offer a custom fit, classic fit & slim fit, also they offer the big pony logo polo, you can also choose from plain bold colours or horizontal stripes thick and thin, something to suit everyone’s taste. If you visit the Ralph Lauren UK website you will see an option of “create your own” what a great idea you can go through step by step and create your own polo shirt. Firstly you choose the fit that suits you, then the colour of your polo shirt, logo type (big or small pony) and the colour and size. Creating your own does cost a little more than if you were to buy a standard style but why pay extra to choose your own polo at least you will know that it is unique to you. You are looking at paying around £105 for a big pony logo customized polo or £80 for the small pony logo. Personally I think it is a great idea and would recommend you at least getting one exclusive to you polo shirt. Ralph Lauren also gives you the option of customizing. All designer brands have their own ranges of polos to try some of my personal favourites are Lacoste, Ralph Lauren, D&G (these are small fitting) and Armani.
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