Polo Fashion The Kenyan Way

Sports events like Polo have a specific dress code that should be adhered to. South Africans and Nigerians may have the fashion genes in the African family but we are not so far behind them.

This year’s polo matches were well attended by both fans and influencers attached to brands sponsoring the games such as Tusker Malt.

In Nairobi, guests attended various games such as the Connaught and Davis Cup.

When it comes to polo match etiquette; “chic sophistication” is what you should have in mind. “Although fascinators and bow ties are optional and perhaps better suited for Derby Day. Matches are generally at least a “business casual” level of formality.”

Accessories such as sunnies and hats are also mandatory.

Scroll down to see how to do polo fashion the Kenyan way as shown by Kenyan content creators such as June Claire and Seth Gor who went all glam and Nelly Geek on Fashion who killed her casual look.

Polo is a great way to spend the weekend and for this year’s events KBL and other brands brought the vibes, with a beautiful set-up where fans could enjoy activities and drinks, such as refreshing beer shandies, as well as have a good view of the polo action on the pitch. 

Game news; Kenya is set to face-off with hosts Zambia in the Lusaka International Championships. All the best to #TeamKenya .

Images: Tusker Malt Kenya

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