The Open Championship Style Review

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The Open Championship Style Review

July 21, 2015

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Zach Johnson

That claret jug makes for one heck of an accessory, ZJ. Nice work! Next week we'll talk about that belt buckle.Oakley

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Justin Rose

Panel blocking and monochrome kits are two strong tour trends that feel fresh on and off the course. Combine the two like Rose did Saturday at St. Andrews and you'll take your look to the next level.Ashworth Golf

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Adam Scott/Luke Donald

Crisp white trousers and a light gray top can combine for a seriously clean and crisp combo. This is a low maintenance, high impact look that makes for a simple and sophisticated outfit in any field. You've probably already got these elements in your wardrobe -- now it's time to put them together.Puma Golf, UNIQLO, Ralph Lauren-RLX, FootJoy

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Jason Day

It's not even August yet but when we talk about must-have pieces for fall, this type of mixed material outerwear is at the top of both of our lists! The knit sleeves combined with quilted chest pieces creates a very cool piece of performance outerwear with classic styling. With this and DJ's striped knit sweater, Adidas owned two of the banner pieces for the Open Championship. The bar is officially set for the rest of the season.adidas golf

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Padraig Harrington, Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods

It looks like a number of brands looked to the steely, overcast Scottish skies for style inspiration this week. If we saw one color story at St. Andrews, it was 50 Shades of Gray.Footjoy, Under Armour, Nike Golf

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Dustin Johnson - Salute Your Sweater

The mainstream aesthetics of today's game move closer and closer to the activewear side of the spectrum each week. But once a year the best players in the world visit the home of golf and a good number of them give a slight style nod to the classic kit. On Friday, Dustin Johnson, generally one of the more athletically-styled players on tour, swapped his standard, polyester zip-mock sweatshirt for a striped sweater. It was a simple switch that suddenly gave his look a ton more sophistication and versatility. Hey Adidas, can we get more of this stuff, please? Thanks.adidas golf

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Nick Faldo

That said, let's remember to not push the needle too far back, shall we? Faldo broke out some vintage gear this week that probably should have gone to goodwill a long time ago.Pringle

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Darren Clarke

All right, Mr. Rogers may have given the cardigan a bad name but it's time we resurrected this sartorial staple. This fall, pick up a button front sweater in navy, black or gray and make sure it fits like this. Perfect for the back nine or the bar, you'll end up reaching for it more than you think.Dunlop Clothing

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Ian Poulter

We've been somewhat critical of Poulter's IJP Designs so far but he nailed one look after the next this week at the Open Championship. The art deco design against the optic white pant feel more like an updated interpretation of the style as opposed to just an out of date imitation of the 80's look.IJP Design

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Luke Donald

Luke Donald is always one of the sharpest looking dudes in the field no matter who's teeing it up and this week at St. Andrews was no different. A simple, smart look in razor sharp fits is the key to Donald's consistency. His clothes look comfortable, but never loose and his pants are tailored, but never tight. No matter what you're wearing, if your clothes fit this well, you'll always look like you're on top of your game.Ralph Lauren-RLX, Footjoy

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Tommy Fleetwood

Color blocking continues to trend on and off the tour and when Nike balances the bright neon blues against deep, saturated shades in similar tones you get a bold look that is surprisingly wearable. Remember, anytime you're rocking anything with this level of color intensity it's best to keep the rest of your kit safe and solid, like Fleetwood did during his Open Championship practice round.Nike Golf

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Brooks Koepka

We're seeing more and more guys flexing some serious color below the belt this season and Brooks Koepka rocked the bold bottom better than most Saturday at St. Andrews. Anytime you're wearing some statement shades you better make sure your fit is on point because you're going to turn some heads. Koepka's five-pocket fit feels like a fresh look in this color, too.Footjoy

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Billy Horschel

Billy Horschel went with a few different patterned pant looks this week and put everything together pretty well. Notice how he syncs his strap with either his pant or his polo on both days here to create two really seamless looks? That said, these are both small-scale patterns that don't register well on TV. The brown pant is a herringbone but they're completely lost on the viewers at home because the camera just can't pick these up.Ralph Lauren-RLX

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Shinji Tominura

"It's only fashion." Ok? I'm not exactly sure what that means but, crack is whack and these trousers are too tight. Yikes ...

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Bernd Wiesberger

We saw a ton of cold weather looks at the Open Championship and this lightweight snood Wiesberger wore this week is one of our favorites. Sure it looks a little Mortal Combat Kombat-ey but it's super versatile and can keep you warm in a bunch of different ways when temps start to dip.Under Armour

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Bubba Watson/Tiger Woods/Louis Oosthuizen

One cold weather look we just can't support is the long sleeve compression shirts under the short sleeve polo. It just looks silly and these big brands should make this more of a priority. There's nothing wrong with compression layers but, they should be layers under long sleeve looks.Nike Golf, Oakley, Ping, Footjoy

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John Daly

The 1995 Open Champion showed up this week in full Loudmouth regalia and certainly showed the gallery a look they don't normally see around St. Andrews. When you've got a claret jug in your closet, you're welcome to wear what you like. That said, someone may want to tell him that the clover is kind of an Irish, thing & not a Scottish one.Loudmouth Golf

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