I quite like the orange, but predictably would because it's a great color. What I really like is how he picks up the shirt's color in the belt.
Optical Stripes, now that's an interesting concept. Congrats on the WIN!
That's a unique design on the back of his shirt, it looks pretty hypnotic to me. Look at how clean and trim he appears. Pants are the perfect length and he always looks really well put together. I know his back hurt him, but his style game was on point.
That sweater is right on trend, especially the stripes. We really like this look on Rickie.
Nice color, and once again, a perfect choice of belt to match the color of the pants.
While we are never fans of black shoes and brown pants, Brian is getting a hall pass as the belt is a nice addition.
We're liking the color direction this year from companies like Oscar Jacobson. And we're used to seeing Freddie's slightly disheveled style, so that un-tucked shirt is just fine by me.
Looking very classic, playing very modern.
Textbook reason you should avoid pleats. It only adds bulk, especially on light-colored trousers.
Keegan looked great this week. The graphic pattern under his right arm is a nice touch on that Hilfiger shirt, and he proves, yet again, you don't always have to match your belt to your pants or shirt. Doesn't that complimentary belt color look great?
Another example of putting everything together very effectively. And notice that contrast placket (where the buttons are down the front). That's a trend on Tour, and a good one.
Phil is sartorially on the leader board. Sometimes we just need a reminder of how good keeping it simple and classic can look.
High marks for throwing in some color with that pink stripe and belt (even his score book matches). Sure wish we saw more of Uilhein here in the States. Great style, great game, great kid.
Adam Scott in a perfect disguise. Looking very solid with the navy blue and the new FootJoy DNA shoes.
This is textbook STYLE with a capital S. Everything working well!