The L.12.D polo, the women's version of the iconic polo shirt invented by Lacoste in 1933, features a slim fit and a deep button placket. With its stretch mini piqué fabric, it expresses contemporary Lacoste elegance and blends perfectly with all styles, from the classic to the street.
If you hesitate between two sizes, we recommend that you choose a larger size than your usual size.
Stretch cotton mini piqué
Mother of pearl buttons
Tone-on-tone crocodile embroidered on chest
Embroidered tonal crocodile branding on chest
Cotton (94%), Elastane (6%)
The model 1 is 5'6" and is wearing size 8
The model 2 is 5'7" and is wearing size 16
Your reasons to choose it
STRETCH MINI PIQUÉ
Invented by Lacoste, the "petit piqué" is knitted even more finely. To bring out the feminine in every woman.
FRAMIS" BUTTON PLACKET
Made using a tailoring technique, the placket is clean, refined and studded with 4 mother-of-pearl buttons.
A slightly curved cut to enhance every feminine look.
Wear elegance on your chest. The legendary crocodile plays with colour.
LACOSTE, INVENTOR OF THE POLO SHIRT
At the end of the 1920s, René Lacoste cut the sleeves off his shirt for greater freedom of movement on the tennis court. The champion's revolutionary, non-regulatory attire was the starting point for an invention that would conquer the world: the polo shirt.