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Perk all-in-one polos: Just the right fit, the right features, and ideal comfort

Perk all-in-one polo with pants
Perk Clothing

I think we can all agree that clothes or apparel can be hit or miss. Some shirts may look great, but they don’t exactly fit right, leaving you uncomfortable most of the day. The same happens with dress shirts, tees, and beyond. Traditional polo shirts especially have their pitfalls. For example, collar curling issues, color fading after several washes, sweat marks, and even shape loss over time can definitely be unflattering. That’s a shame because polos, in general, are versatile. You can wear them with almost any outfit, day or night, while at work or transitioning to date night with your special someone. Isn’t it time you demanded a better caliber out of your polos?

Introducing Perk Clothing and its all-in-one Polo that’s got you covered wherever you need it. They fit true-to-size, even after washing, have a stay-flat neck collar, and feature all-day breathability and quick dry technology. The material gets softer with time, making it more comfortable the more you wash and wear it. Sounds like a dream, right? They fit like a dream, too. Let’s explore why.

All-day comfort with a dreamy, confident fit

Perk clothing with polo and pants hung up
Perk Clothing

If you look good, you feel good. So, it doesn’t matter what outfit you wear for the day; it needs to look good and stay as good as you feel comfortable. That’s precisely what Perk’s all-in-one polos have to offer. The design is top-notch, and the fabric is 60% Pima Cotton, which is soft and luxurious. It also gets softer with time, even after wearing and washing the shirts. They wash “to perfection,” too, and won’t fade like most shirts do after repeated washes.

But the level of comfort you’ll have while wearing one of these polos is unmatched. They feature a four-way stretch design that allows them to be seamlessly stretchy and comfortable without feeling or looking too loose. That’s thanks to a true-to-size design that offers the perfect fit with a tapered form that’s not too snug. It will make your arms and torso look great without restricting your movement. It even provides extra room in the midsection to help conceal a beer belly or Dad bod. It keeps its shape and has a stay-flat neck collar that just works — you won’t have to fuss with it throughout your day, making sure it’s seated properly.

As if that wasn’t enough, all Perk polos are itch-free thanks to a completely tag-less design. The fabric is non-pilling and ultra-soft, accentuated by upgraded trims and reliable buttons. Of course, it all comes together to offer iron-free, no-undershirt outfits that are excellent for morning, afternoon, and evening wear. And because polos are so versatile, Perk’s polos especially, you can wear them virtually anytime across professional and casual occasions. That takes a little of the guesswork out of picking your daily outfits. You can throw on one of these polos and go about your day. Even better, if you have to transition between work and casual, like when you decide to go out with some work buddies in the evening, you don’t have to bring any extra shirts or clothes.

Pair the polos with the perfect pants

Dad wearing perk chinos at home
Perk Clothing

Exceptional polos aren’t the only apparel that Perk offers. You can pair your new polo with the for the ultimate outfit. Like their upper body counterpart, the pants are a just-right fit that never sags, with soft, stretchy fabric that gets softer over time. There’s plenty of room in the pockets and crotch, and they’ll also make your butt look great — that’s always a plus!

They’re slim, but not skinny, fit, so they’re not too tight. Also, like Perk’s polos, they’ll keep their vibrant color even after repeated washes. In this day and age, it’s hard to find clothing that lasts.

Other than comfort, that’s one of the more prominent traits of Perk’s apparel — it lasts and will go the distance.

Go ahead, try on your new favorite polo

The no-fuss, ultra-comfort features of Perk’s polos make me excited to try them. Although they might be a little more expensive than your average polo, they’re 100% risk-free. You can get your money back if you order some and don’t absolutely love them. If that’s not enough reason to try them, on top of all the great features, I don’t know what is.

I’m just looking forward to going out after work without having to throw on a new outfit.

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