The Week In Style: 02.17.16\nWhat worked – and what didn't – last week in Pebble Beach\nTimberlake may be an amateur golfer but his style at last week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was all pro. His RLX Hawaiian print polo was one of the coolest pieces we saw, and he got extra points for nailing the orange accents. Mind you, JT can pull off whatever he likes, wherever he likes. For us mere mortals, keeping prints in darker, tonal settings makes them much easier to wear.\nRLX Ralph Lauren\nG/Fore\nLayering different shades of the same color the way Duhamel did here with this green-on-green look is a very subtle, sophisticated move. That graphic G/Fore lid is awesome, too, and shows how easily a strong accessory can elevate a simple look.\nG/Fore\nPoulter’s most notable looks often feature pop colors, but this navy-and-green tartan setup with some fresh white FJ Classics is a cool look at a classic rig.\nIJP Design\nFootJoy\nUnfortunately for Boomer, he looked like he was swimming in his trousers at Pebble Beach. Even for a dude Berman’s size, pleats make you look bigger below the belt. Less fabric equals more range of motion and smoother silhouettes.\nThe proper sleeve length is somewhere in between these two extremes…\nCallaway Apparel\nThe AT&T’s most stylish twosome by far! The only one missing from this Dab tutorial was Cam Newton. Sure these two looked great all week. More importantly I don’t think there was a single photo taken when these guys weren’t cracking up! Great fun all week!\nRLX Ralph Lauren\nG/Fore\nAshworth\nAdidas\nThis RLX mixed-material sweater jacket is one of the coolest things in Donald’s wardrobe. The warmth of a jacket and the mobility of a sweater make this any guys’ next must-have piece.\nRLX Ralph Lauren\nIt’s not even two months into the year and Na has already thrown his retro visor in the ring for Most Improved Style in 2016. Last season, his polo shirts looked like they were inspired by Magic Eye prints. This year, he’s worn nothing but simple setups in super tasteful color ways.\nElord\nFootJoy\nWe talk a lot about the need for more style consistency in PGA Tour scripts. In that sense, I love the idea of this recurring plaid motif in Iwata’s looks last week (his clothes are made by Japanese apparel brand Bloodsport and aren't available in the U.S.). That said, the idea could have been executed in a more subtle and stylish way; this felt over designed.\nIt’s hard to make the sweater vest look cool, but Mahan made a pretty good case. Anytime you layer your gear in shades of the same color you’re able to create texture without a lot of contrast. I don’t abide by too many “style rules,” but smooth generally equals stylish.\nUnder Armour\nRoberto rocked these teal-blue, fine-wale corduroy trousers on Saturday and looked awesome. Fine refers to the width of the ridges in the pant, and in a sharp shade like this, it can be a super cool way to wear corduroy without going full Paddington Bear. Hopefully some other guys took note and we see more of this look this year.\nDunning\nMurray’s hardly a Cinderella story anymore, and he always brings the party to the Pebble Pro-Am. Love the Cubs pant!\nLoudmouth Golf\nG/Fore\nThe Ryder Cup captain in patterned trousers! Yes, plaid indeed. Would like to see the pants be a bit shorter, but it's still a very good look. Davis worried about the Navy cap (rather than Black), but we think it's OK.\nPolo Golf\nAdidas\nFootJoy\nNayyar, aka Raj from "The Big Bang Theory," makes an elegant statement. His sweater and pants are modern and cool. You cannot see the navy J Lindeberg shirt, but that too is a great piece, as are his Nike Lunar Control 4 shoes. Kunal, who is a member of Lakeside Golf Club in Burbank, also is playing the Parsons Extreme Golf's new clubs.\nJ Lindeberg\nNike\nG/Fore\nMycoskie, founder of shoemaker Toms, is in great vintage slacks. Yes, you can have fun with your wardrobe even as an amateur at Pebble. The lesson here: Make a statement with one item only. As you can see, everything else (sweater, shirt, shoes and hat) are all understated.\nToms Hat\nTravis Matthew\nEcco\nThe Arizona Cardinals wide receiver (and Golf Digest Hot List intern) is sporting the new Nike Collar (Blade). This collar harkens back to those great basketball jackets of the 1970's and looks fresh and neat in this lightweight jacket. The boys at Whisper Rock will be jealous.\nNike\nIt's the rare citing to see the University of Michigan football coach wearing something other than khakis. Pretty cool.\nAdidas\nThis volunteer sported a 55-year-old Pendleton marshal's jacket loaned to him for the event by a collector from Carmel. Looks as good today as it did in 1961.