What to Wear to the Australian Open\nThe first Grand Slam tennis event of the season, the Australian Open sees tennis greats from around the world converge on Melbourne Park in January each year. The Australian Open is not just about world-class tennis, but it’s also a fun day out for the whole family. With a live music stage, a kid’s activity centre, pop up restaurants from some of Melbourne’s most popular dining establishments, outdoor bars, interactive activities and events, there is something for everyone this year.\nHowever, the Australian Open is also known for being held on some of Melbourne’s hottest days of the year, with temperatures sometimes reaching the high 30s and beyond, making it important to be sun-smart with your outfit. \nOpt for a long sleeve shirt, so you can roll the sleeves up if you get warm, with a pair of casual shorts. Don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes and a wide-brimmed hat, while also bringing lots of water and plenty of sunscreen for the day.\n \nWhat to Wear to the Cricket\nFrom the Twenty20 Big Bash and Sheffield Shield to the Boxing Day Test, there has never been a better time to catch up with friends and family while enjoying the summer cricket season.\nSince the atmosphere at a cricket match is fun and relaxed, your outfit should reflect this— Why not try a bright coloured or printed polo to add some flair to your outfit? Pair your polo with casual shorts will keep you cool and comfortable, while a wide-brimmed hat is also important to keep the sun off your face.\n\n \n\nWhat to Wear to the F1 Grand Prix\nAttracting big crowds from across the globe, the Australian Grand Prix takes over Albert Park each year in March as the first race on the Grand Prix calendar. This action-packed event features adrenaline-pumping racing and entertainment for the whole family.\nAs one of Australia’s more prestigious sporting events, this occasion requires a neat yet comfortable outfit. If you are not wearing your favourite team’s shirt, consider a polo shirt and casual shorts as your go-to outfit. Those who are fortunate enough to be in a VIP area or grandstand environment should opt for a smarter outfit, such as a linen shirt paired with chinos and a sports jacket.\n\n \nWhat to Wear to The President’s Cup\nThe perfect way to start the summer sports season, The President’s Cup is an illustrious event that sees golfing legend Tiger Woods spearhead the US team, while Ernie Els of South Africa leads the international team.\nHeld from the 9th to the 15th of December at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club, it’s important to not only dress the part but to also be prepared for Melbourne’s unpredictable weather.\nFor hot sunny days, a polo shirt and shorts are a must for staying comfortable, while a long sleeve shirt combined with chinos are perfect for cooler overcast days. A lightweight knit or jacket should also be on your packing list, just in case the weather turns sour.\n\n \nShop our range of polo shirts at GAZMAN now.