What to Wear to Polo?
Happy 2018! It still sounds a bit odd to say it, but here it is: 2018! I took the first few days following NYE a bit off and relaxed. I hope you all have had a good start to your year as well.
As I'm spending a few days in Miami to start the year, I was invited to attend the Miami Polo Cup over the weekend, in collaboration with Miami Polo, Bruno Magli and David Yurman. The event took place in Miami Beach, literally on the beach and was super fun. Naturally, when polo is involved, so too are cute, chic dresses. So let's dive in on the 3 dresses for the weekend and get you ready for your own polo adventures this year.
What to Wear to Polo?
One of the hardest things perhaps about polo, aside from learning the rules, is deciding the outfit you're going to wear, of course! So you're going to be attending a polo match soon - maybe even your first one ever - and are undecided. Great! Let's look at a few key tips and then look at the three looks that I chose for this year's Miami Polo. In general, polo is a very classy affair, so opt for a classy and preppy ensemble. That means leaving your crop top at home! A great, and easy choice is a chic dress, both long or short are okay. If you'd rather avoid the dress, look into classy jumpsuits and rompers. You can see the look I wore in 2017 to the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic here.
What I Wore to the Miami Polo
The first look was the Zimmermann dress you saw on the cover photo at the top that I fell in love with at first sight. Why? Well, it’s pink, and it has the minimal cut outs that would be acceptable at a polo match. I did say to avoid the crop tops, I know, but these are minimal and in the right places. This Zimmermann dress is also perfect for a fancy brunch, event that requires cocktail attire, special date night, and/ or a chic vacation.
Polka dot is simply the chicest print around. This dress sort of remind me of what Julia Roberts wore in Pretty Woman. It's perfect to wear to a brunch, date night, and great to bring on your next warm weather vacation. This Revolve dress can be styled to be more casual by wearing with espadrilles or flats or more dressed up by wearing a stiletto. If you want to wear it in colder climates, you can! Simply pair with a black thigh boot and a leather jacket.
The last dress of the weekend came courtesy of MILLY and it was this gorgeous black polka dot dress. Unlike the blue one, this one is more formal, more of a gown in nature. It's perfect for a wedding or a more formal affair. But it is still playful thanks to the bottom being sheer and mini lining. For this event, I styled the dress with a new pair of Bruno Magli shoes.
Which dress is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below! As always, thank you for reading!
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