Smart aren’t they.
I’ve always been a big advocate of the long-sleeved polo, particularly one made from the wool of a wee lamb.
These rather earthy looking Treswell Polo’s from heritage knitwear makers Alan Paine are named after the village in rural Nottinghamshire. It’s somewhere I’ve never had the pleasure of visiting and don’t profess for one second to know what link, if any, it has to these knits. But one thing for certain is that if I want to rub-shoulders with the Tyne valley elite at Hexham’s up and coming farmers market this Saturday then I must have one of these Treswell’s upon my being.
There’s not too much else to say really, other than they’ve got a collar, three buttons and it’s lightweight, which means it’s custom-made for this Indian summer we’ve currently got on the go.
Get’ em @ Oi Polloi