polo neck

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  • Info A polo neck, roll-neck (UK) or turtleneck (US, Canada) or skivvy (Australia, New Zealand) is a garment -- usually a sweater -- with a close-fitting, round, and high collar that folds over and covers the neck.
  • In the 1950s the black polo neck became a distinctive mark of existentialists.
  • His love for polo necks led him to arrive at one funeral dressed in a pink polo neck.
  • His love for polo necks led him to arrive at one funeral dressed in a pink polo neck.
  • Warm up jerseys are usually polo neck or round-neck t-shirts provided by Kenya Commercial Bank.
  • She wears a yellow jacket on a black polo neck with enormous earrings.
  • She was wearing jeans, a dark blue polo neck jumper with an old white Aran-style jumper.
  • She said "I had to agree with him - putting lifesavers in pink polo-neck swimmers is a terrible idea."
  • Since the middle of the 20th century black polo necks have been closely associated with radical academics, philosophers, artists and intellectuals.
  • The term polo neck, common in British English, is thought to derive from garments with similar necklines worn by polo players.
  • The video starts with Lightbody, who wears a dark coat, a grey polo neck sweater, and trousers.
  • This is mainly used to achieve the appearance of a polo neck where the fabric would fray, roll, or otherwise behave badly unless sewn.
  • To film the new look Holly Hattie Hayridge was filmed in front of bluescreen wearing a blue polo-neck.
  • Sartre's black polo-neck sweaters and Gauloises cigarettes were the most obvious symbols.
  • The mock polo neck clings to the neck smoothly, is easy to manufacture, and works well with a zip closure.
  • Polo necks also became a big fashion for young wealthy men after they were worn by European film stars Marcello Mastroianni and Yves Montand.
  • When he awakens he is confronted by a man (Kerry Shale) in a red polo neck jumper who claims to be "his very best friend".
  • The polo neck jumper became an iconic symbol of the French philosopher Michel Foucault.
  • Mr Fish designs set fashion trends, the kipper tie being one unique example, the polo neck sweater look, which proved a major success in New York and London in the winter of 1967.
  • A popular look for females was the suede mini-skirt worn with a French polo-neck top, square-toed boots, and Newsboy cap or beret.
  • Zamora, nicknamed El Divino, was noted for wearing a cloth cap and a white polo-neck jumper on the field, a look later copied by several of his contemporaries.
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