I don’t review polos very often. I am more of a t-shirt guy. Rather than a polo if it’s a case I prefer a flannel or a denim shirt but the return of polos included in the huge 90s throwback can’t be ignored any longer.
Me and my friends were used to wear polos during mid 90s when we saw pro skaters in California wearing them in their videos and it’s there that I fully understood the potential of such garment. Call it relaxed elegance but now that polos are not only related to golf clubs or horse riding like at the beginning, they represent an option not to underestimate. Adding freshness to your outfit with a Superdry polo is a way to stand out with an item of premium quality (but at a reasonable price).
Take this Vintage Destroyed Polo, a men’s item here worn by Michela P in a mood like she stole it from her boyfriend. Think of the best weather ever, your mind totally relaxed and your body tanned from too much swimming and walking on the sand. Now the question is: what better color of polo you may wear once you leave the beach?
This shade of aqua green reminds the most clean seas rather than the tiles of a pool. Look at it closely and you will understand that it’s like this fabric has been dyed starting from a light heather grey piquet. With a tonal embroidery as branding on the chest this item has also a woven label on the hem and another on the sleeve.
Its internal taping on the collar is the final touch that makes this the “item of premium quality” as I defined it before. If you are all about looking good and having a great feeling with what you wear, this polo is an option not to underestimate. Give it a chance and ask for it next time you go shopping at a BeStandard store. Are you an online shopping aficionado: BeStandard website carries this polo and it’s ready to send it to you before you get tanned…
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Photos courtesy of Gros