Believe it or not, I was never really a fan of polo shirts. They reminded me of a school uniform, so I avoided them like the plague. I finally gave polo shirts a try when I got into the corporate world; there I realized that they weren’t so bad. Like many other clothing pieces, it’s all about how you wear it. What I like about polo shirts is that they’re transitional. So, you can wear them to the office, the park, or a rooftop soirée.
Enjoy the summer with a sleek, yet simple look and nothing does it better than classic black and white. This transitional choice hones a timeless and refined appeal that’s undeniably cool.
Just when we were about to give up on summer officially hitting New York City, we get smack with 90 degree weather and heat advisories. I know that I am always saying that really hot weather limits what you can wear and while I strongly believe that it does, there is a workaround. It’s called warm weather layering. For this look we wanted to go for a casual, yet sophisticated feel. However, it was 93 degrees outside and wearing anything that involved a blazer and button-down shirt was out of the question. So, we went for a waistcoat and hemp henley short-sleeve t-shirt to keep cool and topped off the look with slim-fit trousers and loafers.