Polo Deals, Specials & Catalogues
It’s finally here… the Polo Black Friday Sale is on right now! Shop for your Polo favourites instore or online at https://t.co/Ji3u9C54BM.#PoloBlackFriday #PoloSale #BlackFriday
T’s& C’s Apply. Selected styles only. Ends 28 November while stocks last. pic.twitter.com/gNAtfHIPAC
— POLO South Africa (@POLOSouthAfrica) November 25, 2021
Shop selected online exclusive deals at the Cyber Monday Sale, now online at https://t.co/CGlyoetMMM.#CyberMonday #PoloSale #PoloLoves
T’s& C’s Apply. Ends 2 Dec while stocks last. Max of 5 per item on 75% off products. pic.twitter.com/WTgMF6PPH6
— POLO South Africa (@POLOSouthAfrica) November 30, 2020
In our commitment to eliminating plastic waste, we have partnered with @TheJoinerySA , to create a Polo tote from recycled plastic bottles. Each tote is made from 5 recycled bottles & together we have saved 15 000 plastic bottles from landfill.
Free with purchases over R2000. pic.twitter.com/GewpVRbOuU
— POLO South Africa (@POLOSouthAfrica) November 6, 2020
It’s a stay-at-home weekend…let’s keep up the good work and stay in. Do soak up the last rays if the sun is out and if you’re tired of your lounging wardrobe, shop from your couch at 25% off on our sale.#StaySafe#StayHome
Ends 30 April. T’s & C’s apply. pic.twitter.com/Doz0x2hqUW
— POLO South Africa (@POLOSouthAfrica) April 24, 2020
Get ready to shop Black Friday like never before with deals up to 75% off on selected ladies fashion, menswear, kids and accessories. Shop online and in-store.
T’s & c’s apply.
DEALS VALID FROM 29 NOV – 1 DEC 2019.https://t.co/ppNu24dHu7#BlackFriday#PoloLoves#MyPoloLife pic.twitter.com/SoMTJ5AJBu
— POLO South Africa (@POLOSouthAfrica) November 26, 2019
You've been eyeing it… It's now up to 50% off. Shop your favourite Polo pieces to carry you through the season ahead.
Shop in-store or online at https://t.co/tfffSzamnF#PoloLoves #PoloSale #Less50
Ts & Cs Apply. Selected styles only while stocks last. pic.twitter.com/ZDepuVSzuR
— POLO South Africa (@POLOSouthAfrica) August 13, 2020
Our boys have done so well thus far. Let’s continue supporting them with our 25% off offer on the Polo Limited Edition Rugby Capsule. Make it a family affair and shop for the kiddies too!#GreenAndGold#PoloLovesRWC19#Springboks#RWC19 pic.twitter.com/Ke2VRZynX1
— POLO South Africa (@POLOSouthAfrica) October 17, 2019
Polo, a favourite on the South African fashion market, is defined by its light tones, sporty cuts and country club-chic aesthetic. Its brand inspires loyalty as customers know they can rely on Polo to produce top-quality and timeless pieces.
Polo clothing and products are made with the utmost attention to detail and care, using fabrics imported from Italian mills and working with expertly skilled tailors. The factory that produces Polo products uses modern technologies and highly-trained staff to produce products that have a cool, calm and chic aesthetic. Polo offers a wide variety of casual wear and sports apparel for men, women and children and is known for its signature country club aesthetic and classic golfers.
Polo also produces limited runs of some collections, offering customers something exclusive and refined. The brand also frequently collaborates with up-and-coming local designers, artisans and community projects to help stimulate and support design and development in the country.
Shoppers can find Polo products in 17 flagship stores in most major metropolitan cities, in cosmopolitan department stores and in independent stores across sub-Saharan Africa.
Gordon Joffe founded Polo in 1976 along Ronnie Lange, Freddie Barnet and Stuart Shub. The group had extensive experience in clothing manufacturing and were formerly executives at Monatic, a company who produced corporate wear for professional brands.
Polo initially operated a factory in Lansdowne where the trademark square-buttoned shirt was born. The factory experienced great success and soon became a sought-after shirt manufacturer taking on famous international clients like Christian Dior and Lanvin.
Polo’s trademarked South African in-house brand was also sold internationally in UK and Switzerland. Although their collection originally featured menswear exclusively, in 1979 Polo branched out and included women’s wear and new products, firmly establishing the brand has a lifestyle product.
Polo ensures that it promotes responsible sourcing amongst its suppliers, both locally and internationally and is continuously exploring innovative and conscious materials, styles and cuts. They’re also dedicated to its employees and suppliers and ensure progressive relationships are at the heart of its business practices. Polo frequently teams up of small local manufacturers and community initiatives.
The company is also dedicated to reducing waste and works with suppliers who share their goals and ensure their packaging supplier is FSC certified.
Polo’s Pink Pony product capsule and campaign is an initiative to raise funds and awareness for the CANSA Association, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the fight against breast cancer and advocation for greater awareness. 15 percent of Pink Pony proceeds go to CANSA.