I’m a casual kind of guy, prefer to be comfortable vs. overdressed and uptight…but of course I can put on a tux and have a fabulous day/evening when necessary! Although I have to admit I’ve only worn a tux for my own wedding and three other weddings when I was a groomsman. For my work in Wealth Management (sounds nice, eh) I prefer business causal attire, but do wear a suit and tie when I have important meetings…
So what’s my outfit of choice? Depending on the weather/temperature and outing/occasion: jeans/khakis/walking shorts and a polo or button down shirt is typical.
Polo shirts – a classic from the 1980’s that will never go away – the casual version of the lady’s little black dress if you will. Great to wear for leisure or business casual attire at the office (even dress it up with a sports coat over it!). I love ’em!
The Land’s End polo shirts are great – good value, excellent quality and come in a bountiful color choices. If you want to OR dare to step away from the typical white, blue, and black, try “bold sun,” “orange spice,” “bright leaf,” or “ocean breeze.” Aside from the wonderful color options, I appreciate the no curl collar, no annoying tags and the feel and quality of cloth – a nice thick, yet soft cottony mesh (no/minimal worries of nipple-age).
So, with Father’s Day right around the corner, I honestly think the new & improved Land’s End polo shirt would make a great gift! Change things up and get Dad a more vibrant colored polo – let him shine! Personally my two favorite color choices are Orange Spice and Bright Leaf!
GIVEAWAY!!! One of my blog readers will win a Land’s End polo shirt, which will be shipped directly from Land’s End. To enter, leave a comment about why you would like to win a Land’s End polo. A winner will be selected the week of June 20th and notified via email.
Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Dad Central Consulting on behalf of Lands’ End and received a polo shirt to facilitate my review, one to giveaway, and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.