How to wear a Polo Shirt

The polo shirt is a classic staple, found in every modern man’s wardrobe. A year round piece perfect for layering in the colder months, this season’s collection of Polo Shirts has landed at Stuarts; join us today as we take you through our top styling tips on how to wear a polo shirt and look good doing it.

Polo Shirt

The Stand Alone Statement

You cant go wrong with a Plain Polo Shirt, donned by fashion conscious gents and star players on the court for over 50 years. As a stand alone option, the Polo Shirt makes for an excellent look for those who want a relaxed smart casual look. Whether you go for short or long sleeved, tucked or untucked, is up to you; each option offering a different look for a different occasion. For a night out, we’d recommend a short sleeve, tucked polo for a look that tells everyone you mean business but you’re not too serious. Match with bottoms of your choice and a pair of Adidas Gazelle’s.

Under a Blazer

The Formal

A favourite here at Stuarts, a long sleeve Polo beneath a blazer offers a more formal look for the approaching Winter months. Opt for a plain design in a colourway that compliments the jacket, nothing too loud. Stay away from accessories to not detract from your new found style. Finish the look with a pair of Loafers from the likes of Bass Weejuns.

The Casual Jacket

One for the less formal occasions, this look that will enhance your game over the coming months. Allowing your individualism to shine though, the look is perfected by using a polo shirt with a bit of swagger. Using your polo shirt as a statement piece select an option that offers vibrant colours or an unique pattern or construction and layer underneath a denim, Harrington or leather jacket. Completed with a pair of vintage denim from the likes of Levi’s Vintage enhance the look by combining with statement footwear.


Gabicci Vintage 1973

Stuarts x Baracuta

Fred Perry

Blade 1/4 Polo Shirt – Black

Archive G9 Harrington Jacket – Dark Navy

M3600 Twin Tipped Polo Shirt – Mid Grey

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