August 29, 2012
Façonnable’s Summer Sports Collection Stretch Cotton Polo Shirts – Why was only water polo and not ‘conventional’ polo being played in the 2012 Olympics?
When tennis ace Rafael Nadal walked onto the Monte-Carlo Master Series dressed head to toe in Façonnable it confirmed that in exuding luxury and comfort, Façonnable is a favourite choice of clothing for sports men and women.
With the Euro football championships being held in Poland and the Olympic Games taking place in London, being the hosts to two of the world’s biggest sporting events, all eyes have been on Europe during summer 2012.
With such a vibrant and important sports scene taking place this summer in Europe, Façonnable’s summer sports collection has certainly excelled itself in the desirability stakes.
One particularly stylish and popular item of the Façonnable summer sports collection is its stretch cotton polo shirt. Combining a muscular athleticism with a classic ‘public school boy’ look, this classic polo shirt reveals a subtle glimmer of Façonnable’s French heritage with an French flag emblem and red and blue thin stripes on the sleeves and collar, set against dazzling white.
This breathable, comfortable and highly stylish polo shirt is proving to be popular amongst polo players and haute couture fashion enthusiasts alike –
But why was only water polo and not ‘conventional’ polo played in the 2012 Olympics?