Our Skipper polo, a take on a classic knit polo, is a tennis shirt for cream flannels and white bucks - it's louche and elegant and intentional. It is short so it can ride on the waistband of our trousers, ribbed at the shorter, mid-bicep sleeve - regardless of how well trained those biceps are, we aren’t trying to mask them or disappear into the wallpaper.
The collar sits above a short woven placket, with a single cats-eye mother-of-pearl button and loop. The knit of the cotton is soft and draped and lush, in shades elegantly mottled rather than a flat, neon sign primary. While they are woven in Scotland, they are born for elegant summer days - with a hank at the neck and bloused short over a pair of wide-leg flannels, it's Cary Grant in To Catch a Thief.
That is how we imagine an iconic piece of the Mens wardrobe - a little sexy, a little cheeky, and every bit the polo our wardrobes deserve.