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10 Polo Shirts That Should Replace Your Tired T-Shirts

Once known solely for an association with tennis, golf, guys named Chad, and girls named Muffy (in the movies at least), the polo shirt—defined loosely by short sleeves, a crisp collar, and at least a few buttons at the neck—has officially shaken off its prep-school reputation. Suddenly its a piece worthy of being worked back into your everyday, even if you don’t have a 9 iron or a mean backhand. ’70s-inspired stripes, cooling tech fabrics, and new slim fits have revamped the classic cut and well, now I’m obsessed. Retire your worn out t-shirts and replace them with these chic options, ahead.

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Shop: Rag & Bone Alice Two-Tone Knitted Polo Shirt, $162.50; theoutnet.com 

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Shop: Martha Stripe Polo, $110; aliceandolivia.com 

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Shop: Grey Jason Wu Contrast Polo Top, $275; shopbop.com 

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Shop: Commes Des Garçon Play Polo Shirt with Long Red Heart $155; shop.doverstreetmarket.com 

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Shop: Miu Miu Lace-Trimmed Cotton-Piqué Polo Shirt, $685; net-a-porter.com 

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Shop: Dolce & Gabbana Short-Sleeved Cashmere and Silk-Blend Polo Top, $547; matchesfashion.com 

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Shop: J.Crew Rugby Striped T-shirt, $59.50; jcrew.com 

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Shop: Lacoste Slim Fit Stretch Piqué Polo Shirt, $62; lacoste.com 

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Shop: Slim Stretch Mesh Polo Shirt, $115; ralphlauren.com 

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Shop: Tory Sport Mesh Polo Sweater, $175; torysport.com 

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