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Sponsored Post: Lacoste's Feminine L.12.12 Polo Shirts Hit The Mark For Fall

September 25, 2010 by Eileen Conlan
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As Lacoste folklore goes, tennis players wore stifling blazers to play their sport–until Rene Lacoste created a breathable, short sleeved polo shirt. Since, it’s gone international, and they’ve revolutionized the classic design even more with Lacoste‘s new line of polos, L.12.12 (code for the fabric number and the amount of versions it took to create the perfect polo shirt in the end). In 38 colors, and three feminine fits (from top left: backlessoriginal, stretch) the opportunity for self-expression is endless.

My favorite L.12.12 shirt is the stretch polo ($79.50) in a ladybug red (hello orangey-red Spring 2011 Fashion Week trend!) which will look crisp with dark skinny jeans, a blazer and black flat boots, or dressed up with skirts, cardigans and pumps. It was so easy to choose the right polo shirt–check out the site and try it for yourself. For a little bit of fun, upload your photo and create a portrait, made up of Lacoste polo shirts to share on Facebook.

Choose which fit and color is your favorite, and tell us your favorite in the comments, then watch the Lacoste video below.

L.12.12

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