A polo shirt was a staple at the menswear world for well. Seriously--we are talking because it appeared during polo games at the mid-1800s and reinvented by both John E. Brooks, a Brooks Brother heritage, in 1896 and Jean René Lacoste (yes, which one) in 1933, that reimagined the pique cotton short-sleeve fashion as we know it now for baseball games.
However, the lifetime of this polo has been very doubtful over the previous couple of decades when you consider poor'70s iterations or the boxy cuts created by your daddy's golfing crew. The ideal polo tops will do everything for you this year --from remaining dry and cool on the shore with moisture-wicking cloth, to appearing seriously trendy because you hit the pub at a flatting-fit.
Moro Designer T-Shirts on hellenwoody.com.