The first Fred Perry polo shirt was seen at Wimbledon in 1952, shortly after Lacoste had launched his own range of tennis shirts. Initially only available in white, the brand became ubiquitous with polos after expanding across a variety of colours in the late 1950s. Although the fashion line today now spans across other men's clothing and footwear, Fred Perry polo shirts are still what the brand is known for and they're an absolute menswear essential for your designer wardrobe. Shop the latest styles in our new season edit, featuring heritage twin tipped Fred Perry polos alongside contemporary Oxford collar designs. Just team up with chino shorts for stylish summer outfits, or with jeans when the temperature drops to elevate your style on downtime days.