Personalised T-shirts vs Polo-shirts, which is for you? Anna Palmer April 4, 2013 Events & Occasions, Inspiration, T-Shirt Fun, Workwear 3 Comments Tweet Everyone has their own style, a favouirte colour or fit for a pair of jeans. Likewise, most people have a preference between T-shirts and Polo-shirts. Can’t decide which is right for you? Here are a few things to mull over. Polo Shirts for Smarter Sports? Get the Micilroy or Federer Look Andy Murray puts this to the test though with his preference for t shirts. Here he is conveniently next to a Polo clad Federer. Which is smarter, t-shirt or Polo? Polo Shirts for Business Events Typically if you’re looking for a smart uniform, we’d recommend printed or embroidered polo shirts: Both Chelsea FC and eBay have recently gone for embroidered polo shirts for their staff. Compare The Kit also chose a polo shirt to represent their brand through a uniform. However, Apple chose t-shirts as a better fit for their brand. T-Shirts for Promotions or Large Group Events Personalised t shirts are a cheaper option to polo shirts, so do lend themselves well to large groups or promotional wear. Charities, event organisers and protesters commonly choose printed t shirt for this reason: Which is your garment of choice? Comment below, tweet @clothes2order or say hello on Facebook. 3 Responses The T-shirt Man May 31st, 2013 In my opinion I like the Polo-shirts. It looks awesome and it is very cool and comfortable. The polo shirts are awesome and in that the embroidered polo shirts are the hot favorites. Well, Personalized t shirts are a cheaper option to polo shirts but in the end i think Polo-shirt wins the heart. Reply _____________ April 7th, 2014 Hi there! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be ok. I’m undoubtedly enjoying your blog and look forward to new updates. Reply Anna Palmer April 25th, 2014 Hi there! Yes we are @clothes2order. Feel free to follow!:-) Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.