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Polo, No Horse

The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.
                                                                           - Pablo Picasso

I don't know about you, but there are some items of clothing that after years in the sartorial wilderness, I have started to finally reinstate into my wardrobe. One of these items is the polo shirt. 

From school to work uniform, up until my thirties,  I just didn't want to know about them. It's taken quite a few years to clean the slate and let the polo back into my home. Style is a form of personal expression, so just like the rest of the items in my closet, I needed to find a version of the polo that conveyed my personality. Besides finding the right colours to blend with the rest of my summer wardrobe the polos I've started to wear have to fit well, be constructed to last and be of quality. The simpler the piece of clothing, the more important these factors seem to become. 

Polo by Barbour (From Henry Bucks)
Chinos by Topman
Shoes by Sperry (From Henry Bucks)
Sunglasses by Bailey Nelson