What to wear to the polo

Depending on the magnitude of the event, you will find an array of different panaches at the polo. Whether it be formal, smart-casual, laid back or country chic, polo is always in style.

The 2015 season is now well under way and pampeano should be your first destination before heading to the games for both players and spectators, whether you are looking for polo equipment or polo belts.


(Pictured above, professional polo player and Oxford polo school owner, David Ashby wearing our Principe pampeano polo belt)

For a little inspiration for anyone planning to watch a polo match, pampeano has an extensive selection of Pinterest boards here: https://www.pinterest.com/pampeanopolo/ which we have put together to help you make the best outfit choice. From enjoying a picnic on the lawn to a lavish champagne lunch, pampeano has you covered.


For men we would recommend wearing chinos or smart trousers with a shirt as a basis, teamed with broques or loafers. Complete the look with a blazer for when the afternoon cools and accessorise with a flash of colour from a pampeano polo belt. The full collection can be found here: https://www.pampeano.co.uk/collections/polo-belts.


Women should wear seperates belted at the hips or a dress belted around the waist. Keep the clothing chic and classic then use accessories such as a silk scarf, playful clutch and pampeano polo belt to add interest to the outfit. Complete the look with leather flats or wedges.


At the smaller local polo event, you will see a strong presence of polo and equestrian-chic attire. This is more than likely to consist of jeans or chinos, polo tops, jumpers and polo belts for the men and dresses or jeans, leather boots, polo belts, jumpers and gilets for the ladies. You are more than likely to spot a Spaniel or two in their polo collars as well.