1. With a blazer: wear fitted polo shirts
, tucked-in, collar down and tucked under the lapel. 2. With chinos or jeans: untucked, bold colors, collar down. 3. With shorts: try a light knit v-neck sweater, madras shorts (you’ll look like an arse, but so what? It’s summer.)The Rules:1. Never “pop” your collar.2. Never tuck in your men’s polo shirts
with jeans or chinos. That said, tuck in if your shirt if it is longer than your hips.3. Experiment with bright colors or patterns with jeans or chinos.4. Fitted. Always fitted.5. No prints. Where did this fad come from? A small polo player or crocodile is all the flash you need.6. Two words: Boat shoes or Stan Smiths. Unless you’re wearing a blazer. Then consider bucks.Yes, thanks to Lacoste, we have the polo shirt (so-called after Ralph Lauren polo line of the same name): rounded collar, cotton-pique, two-three buttons (never more). And it’s a must-have piece of apparel for any style man’s closet. If worn correctly. You see, the polo shirts
is as ubiquitous as girls on my arm, and therefore begs to be given a set of rules to wear (the polo, not the girls — they like to behave badly).