How do I wear a polo shirt without feeling like a wagie grandpa and bursting into tears?

How do I wear a polo shirt without feeling like a wagie grandpa and bursting into tears? What are some good pants or shorts to pair it with?

23 thoughts on “How do I wear a polo shirt without feeling like a wagie grandpa and bursting into tears?

  1. Anonymous says:

    >How do I wear a polo shirt without feeling like a wagie grandpa and bursting into tears?
    Maybe try manning up first

  2. Anonymous says:

    >How do I wear a polo shirt without feeling like a wagie grandpa and bursting into tears?
    Become a functioning alcoholic
    Know how to talk about the Big Game™
    Complain about globalists
    >What are some good pants or shorts to pair it with?
    Pants half a size too small to squeeze out your muffin top. This is where the functionality of polo tucking comes in.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Be somewhat bulky. That’s the secret to looking good in a polo shirt. That, and don’t dress like a wagie grandpa, seeing as that’s of great concern to you.

  4. Anonymous says:

    stripes. the trend for awhile was vertical 60s looking stripes on knit polos. but i like a summery horizonal blue stripe. pair that with linen shorts.
    you really want to avoid dull colors and jersey fabric. if you want lightweight, go pique. if you want warmer, go knit. or maybe what you actually want for spring/fall is a rugby.

  5. Anonymous says:

    A golddigger woman once told me that the logo is what’s important. She just looks to see that it’s a real polo brand shirt, because those cost way too much, so only rich gays buy them. The actual style and fit don’t matter.

    • Anonymous says:

      >because those cost way too much, so only rich gays buy them

      They really aren’t that expensive I wouldn’t even consider Polo a designer brand.

  6. Anonymous says:

    watch sopranos for polo shirt inspo

    usually you have to make interesting decisions of color and guarantee that they fit well (not large but NOT too fitted, you dont want to look like a boomer but not as a sexxcore also)

    usually i have two types of polo: the ones i use tucked in and others that i dont, it depends if i find the correct length for each type. one thing that is non negotiable is chest, arm and shoulder fit. it should hug you in every part, but a quality polo is somewhat thick so that it adds a nice layer. never buy polos that are as thin as t shirts

    finally, never wear them buttoned up, never. npcs messed shit up about where the sexyness of the polos are.located: they think it is about chest and arms raping the shirt. it is not, its sexyness is all about subtle details: showing collarbone, neck and a bit of chest, specially if you wear a nice necklace

    there is more you can play with regarding texture (knitted polos are very nice) patterns (im personally more fond of solid colors) and shit but the bulk is this

  7. Anonymous says:

    What everyone else is saying about knit, different materials, or different designs and patterns. If you insist on wearing solid color pique polos, only wear neutral colors.

  8. Anonymous says:

    My biggest advice is to tuck it into your pants. Polos used to look like shit on me till I started doing that.

  9. Anonymous says:

    You can’t. If you’re muscular, opt for a sort of long sleeve tech polo or a polo that is clearly high quality material. The other side of this coin would be a rugby polo. Stick to darker colors. Other than that, polos usually look gold club employee core.

      • Anonymous says:

        just trick yourself into thinking you come from a wealthy spanish family, old money type of stuff, that all your friends in private school wore the same kinda stuff and all the private clubs you attended had a similar attire, looking down on trashy "street wear" clothes

        this kinda style

  10. Anonymous says:

    you don’t, the whole point of those things is to communicate "I have given up on life", this makes you more nonthreatening to the normies, just cut your own balls off while you’re at it

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