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  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar
  • Friday Polo: One-piece collar

Friday Polo: One-piece collar

£165.00

The latest iteration of our popular Friday Polo - in the same cut, cloth and colours, but with a wonderfully nonchalant one-piece collar.

The heavy pique-cotton of the Polo continues to make it wearable year-round in the UK. 

The long body, shirt cuffs and bespoke details (like a small armhole) also make it particularly good under tailoring. 

But the one-piece collar gives this version a more relaxed air - a natural extension and slightly more degagé version of the standard Friday Polo.  

The collar is made from a single piece of material that flows from the placket on the front, up into the collar, round the neck and down again, giving it a very different feel to a shirt with its separate placket, stand and collar. 

It rolls around the edge of a jacket collar, or indeed knitwear, beautifully, framing the face in the same way a good button-down shirt will. 

The one-piece collar Friday Polo is available in four colours: navy, white, green and grey. 

These are all colours we have used in the past, so if you have bought a Friday Polo previously, you will be familiar with them. 

For those not familiar with the Friday Polo, here are some details: 

  • The project was started in 2015 with Neapolitan bespoke shirtmaker Luca Avitabile, who has been making my shirts for a few years.
  • The idea was to use the best materials and as much as possible make them in the same way as Luca’s bespoke shirts.
  • Everything is hand cut, and there are five points of handwork: hand-inserted sleeves, buttonholes, buttons, gussets, and ends of the cuff placket.
  • The style is like a shirt, so shirt cuff, and long in the body and tail, designed to be worn tucked in.
  • It uses a relatively heavy pique cotton, and mother of pearl buttons.

Sizing:

  • The shirts have a moderately slim fit.
  • In the images we are all wearing mediums except Keita, who is wearing a small.
  • If you are unsure about fit, we recommend comparing the measurements below to a polo shirt you currently own. They are in centimetres.

 

            Chest      Waist         Yoke        Sleeve         Body

S           102            92              40                  61                 75

M          106           96               44                  65                 76

L           116            106             47                  69                 81

XL        124           114              48                  69                 81