Ensuring a Tailored Fit
- Collar: It should sit neatly around your neck without gaping or constriction. You should be able to slip two fingers comfortably between your collar and neck.
- Sleeves: The sleeves of a polo shirt should end around the mid-bicep and should not restrict movement. They should offer form to your upper arm without appearing stretched out.
- Chest: The chest area should allow for ease of movement, without excessive fabric making it billowy. A good test is ensuring you can move your arms freely without the shirt pulling at your back.
- Length: The length of the polo shirt is crucial. In a business casual setting, it should be long enough to cover your waistband. It should extend just a few inches below your belt, so you can tuck it in if desired.
- Shoulders: The shoulder seams should align exactly where your shoulders end, forming a clean line without overhanging.