wearing a polo shirt can’t turn the collar up

In recent years, “wearing a polo shirt can’t turn the collar up” has almost become a political correct.

10 years ago, everyone liked it so much.

At that time, the hot TV series “Struggle”, Lu Tao played the role of Lu Tao, is the best spokesperson for lapel polo, and the young and energetic young people have followed suit.

However, in 2016, even the company ran out to apologize to everyone (although it was a bit of a joke), saying that they took everyone away and advised everyone to put the collar down.
    When René Lacoste and the coach bet he could win a game, the bet was a crocodile leather suitcase he saw at the Boston store. After the Davis Cup, René Lacoste was crowned the crocodile by the American journalist because of this suitcase.

In the late 19th and 20th centuries, tennis players wore white long-sleeved shirts and were very elegant, in line with tennis as a setting for aristocratic sports.

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Why do people who wear polo shirts dare not turn their collars up?
2018-05-22 23:01
Polo shirt

“It’s all the bandits that turn the collar up.”

It’s really not in line with your aesthetic.

Or do people say that you also believe?

In recent years, “wearing a polo shirt can’t turn the collar up” has almost become a political correct.

10 years ago, everyone liked it so much.

At that time, the hot TV series “Struggle”, Lu Tao played the role of Lu Tao, is the best spokesperson for lapel polo, and the young and energetic young people have followed suit.

However, in 2016, even the company ran out to apologize to everyone (although it was a bit of a joke), saying that they took everyone away and advised everyone to put the collar down.

It can be said that the “official” stamped the phrase “turning the collar of a polo shirt up is a bandit”.

From celebrities to fashion bloggers, from the public number to knowing, everyone is united in devotion to lapel, who is lapel, who is the bandit!

Therefore, no one really dares to turn the collar up, because no one is afraid of being ridiculed.

Have you ever questioned, “I can’t turn the collar up when wearing a polo shirt.” Is it really an iron law that cannot be broken?

Today we will discuss this matter from the history of polo shirts.

It can be said that from the beginning

The collar of the Polo shirt is used to stand up

René Lacoste, the founder of Lacoste, which we are familiar with today, is a famous tennis player in France in the 1920s and 1930s. The Jianghu people sent the nickname “crocodile”. In 1926-1927, he was the world’s number one tennis player. athlete.

    Insert, why is it a “crocodile”? Some people say that because he plays fiercely like a crocodile, others say that his nose is too long and looks like a crocodile (so why not call him Pinocchio)…

    When René Lacoste and the coach bet he could win a game, the bet was a crocodile leather suitcase he saw at the Boston store. After the Davis Cup, René Lacoste was crowned the crocodile by the American journalist because of this suitcase.

In the late 19th and 20th centuries, tennis players wore white long-sleeved shirts and were very elegant, in line with tennis as a setting for aristocratic sports.

However, it’s hot to die!

René in a shirt, I feel very hot when I look at it.

René Lacoste, who doesn’t want heatstroke and loves to invent (I can find out that he really invented a lot of things), and in the 1926 US Open, he wore a new tennis suit.

He changed the tennis suit into short sleeves, avoiding the trouble of not rolling the sleeves and sleeves before; the clothes were changed from full-open to half-open, and it was more convenient to wear and wear; the back hem was designed to be longer, even if the range of motion Big, the hem of the clothes will not run out of the pants.
In order to preserve the essence of elegance, the lapel still has to be left, but before the change, the shirt is stiff and soft, and can be turned up.

What are you doing?

The tennis ball grows so sinister on the sun, turning the collar up to shade, avoiding the neck being sunburned.