From The Links To The Streets With Original Penguin
If you’ve spotted Original Penguin’s iconic polo shirts more than usual lately, it’s no coincidence.
The prep-inspired brand may have gotten its initial inspiration from the golfing industry back in 1955, but as of late, its polos have been taken to the streets.
Finding new meaning in its looks through a revived spiritedness for prep style, Original Penguin commemorates its highly-regarded legacy by tapping NYC-based creatives to see how they wear the Penguin.
Featuring one of Original Penguin’s most timeless styles, The Earl, each participant offers their own unique take on how to style the polos. The Earl Polo features contrast piping around the color and cuffs, lending a subtle signifier to the everyday-wear staple, which is further expressed by its range of classic colorways. But no matter which polo is rocked, one theme is shared: this polo is anything but played out.
Check out a few inspirational takes on how to wear the Earl Polo below.
Musical artist Quiet Luke takes a simplified approach when stying the Earl Polo. Matching his shirt with a pair of navy trousers, this monochrome fit proves the polo can stand entirely on its own.
International DJ and Producer Maachew Bently shows us that Original Penguin polos are perfect for lounging at home. Paired with matching piped paints, Bently takes a cool, calm and collected approach to his at-home style.
Model Eric Jess heads to his stoop to show-off his one-of-a-kind style. Bringing back a ’90s inspired moment, Jess layers his Original Penguin polo with another printed polo of his own.
Designer Sace Moretti plays is smart by pairing his classic white Earl Polo with wire-framed specs and blue jeans.
Style the polos for yourself and shop Original Penguin at originalpenguin.com.