Spring Essential

Your Next Polo
Should Be Cool
and Cozy

The bold knit polos guaranteed to liven up both your work and weekend wardrobes

Merino wool multi stripe knit polo, $295 by Orlebar Brown

Do you have a knit polo yet? If not, you'll want one (or two or three) this spring and summer. These soft styles, knit from cotton, linen and silk, give you an immediate rich looking, throwback vibe. Like there's a sexy yet sophisticated energy knitted into each and every one. Decidedly more dressy than the standard cotton pique versions, these shirts have a luxe, worldly air to them—think The Talented Mr. Ripley's Dickie Greenleaf zipping through Italy on his Vespa. The cozy shirts can be worn with everything from chinos and shorts to a pair of equally right-now pleated pants. And if you don't want to wear a tie with your lightweight suit come wedding season, these look particularly chill under a jacket. In short, they're as easy to pull on as your everyday T-shirt, but with their stately collars and soothing textures, they make for a one-step move to nail sophisticated warm weather style.


The Best Picks

Reiss Knit Polo

Reiss, $160

Todd Snyder Knit Polo

Todd Snyder, $218

Zara Knit Polo

Zara, $29.90

David Hart Knit Polo

David Hart, $245


Jacquemus Knit Polo

Jacquemus, $260

Beams F Knit Polo

Beams F, $265

Suitsupply Knit Polo

Lightweight linen and cotton

Suitsupply, $79

H&M Knit Polos

A surprisingly luxe feeling silk and cotton blend

H&M, $34.99

Todd Snyder Knit Polo

Todd Snyder, $198

Cos Knit Polo

Cos, $89

Mr P. Knit Polo

Mr P., $200

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