polo neck

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polo neck

A tubular collar for a sweater or shirt, worn rolled down.
Translations

polo neck

(Brit)
nRollkragen m; (= sweater)Rollkragenpullover m
adjRollkragen-; polo neck sweaterRollkragenpullover m

polo neck

1. n (collar) → collo alto (also polo neck sweater) → dolcevita
2. adja collo alto
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But even here there are tweaks, with the jackets cut for brevity and teamed with, well, polo necks.
Polo necks for me in future unless Him Indoors tips up for surgery.
Cunliffe says: ``Whether you opt to wear it on its own, with this season's other must-haveitem, themini,or under a cotton shirt with jeans for a truly classic look, you can't go far wrong with polo necks.
Here Kate and Minnie Driver capture the essence of Principle's autumn/winter collection with its biker-style leather jackets, mini skirts and classic polo necks.
Leg warmers, polo necks, ra-ra skirts and blazers were also the height of fashion back then.
I like sleeveless polo necks, like the one I've just bought.
The Turf Club ruled out advertising logos on jockeys' silks for Irish racing at the time when they were introduced in Britain, but last month the jockeys submitted a proposal that they be allowed to carry advertising on their breeches and polo necks.
So if George wants to get back to being a heart-throb, he should do what Cary Grant did - wear black polo necks, perfect a slow, wry smile and wear a stethoscope every chance he gets.
some w that yo It Tsa PT d mth th se Polo necks The Swinging Sixties may be in but I'm afraid that does not include the polo neck.
Robbie Williams, top, is a big fan of polo necks and proves black is still hot - but why not dare to be different in these sugar almond shades.
the jumperHis show had a definite beatnik vibe with plenty of high polo necks and skinny knits on display.