The Week In Style: 05.24.16

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The Week In Style: 05.24.16

May 24, 2016

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Brooks Koepka

The wheels kind of fell off during the last two rounds of the AT&T Byron Nelson outside Dallas, but Koepka still netted a second-place check after falling in a playoff with Sergio Garcia while maintaining his spot near the top of this season’s style leader board. Brooks’ clean Nike looks feature bold color and simple styling. Notice how his white belt almost disappears against his white trousers? That’s the only way to keep the white strap in your game these days.
Nike

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Jordan Spieth

Believe it or not, this variegated stripe is one of the boldest designs we’ve seen in a Spieth script since he turned pro. The styling is safe, and the fit remains on point. I still think his polos in smaller set patterns and strong colors feel fresher and more fun. Even though there’s more going on with this shirt, it feels generic.
Under Armour

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Hiroshi Iwata

I love when details are done in different ways, but Iwata’s plaid placket almost makes it looks like he has got a necktie tucked into his shirt. Although that could sound like a cool take on a classic look, it just ends up looking over designed.
Bloodsport

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Hiroshi Iwata

That said, the pop over, or extended placket polo, Iwata wore Thursday at the AT&T Byron Nelson was a very cool iteration of a classic silhouette. I can see this look being a popular one on and off the course this summer.
Bloodsport

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Ben Crane

The zipper pull polo is one of those styles that should be left in the golf archives, never to return, right beside the mock turtleneck. Ben Crane looked like a lost cyclist Thursday at TPC Four Seasons.
Hugo Boss
FootJoy

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Charles Howell III

Red rainwear is a great change of pace from the black-and-blue gear we usually see when the weather turns dark and stormy. Cue up some color if you want to stand out in style when things get wet.
Kjus

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Kristoffer Broberg

The snood is one of my favorite cold-weather accessories. It’s versatile, packable and gives you a cool, old-timey train-robber vibe. If you’re planning a trip to Ireland, we’d suggest stuffing one in your bag no matter when you’re headed to the Emerald Isle.
Callaway Apparel

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Rory McIlroy

If you must wear a long-sleeve layer under your short-sleeve polo, follow McIlroy’s lead and make sure both layers are the same color. Syncing up your shades, no matter what you’re wearing, can smooth out your look and elevate your style from head to toe.
Nike

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Thongchai Jaidee

Step 1 to wearing bolder bottoms: Find a pair of tonally patterned trousers where the design and the background are based in the same shade. This type of look attracts attention from the right distance.
Oakley
Ecco

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Gala Ortin

We’re not sure it was that cold at the Irish Open, but when you look like Ortin (Pablo Larrazabal’s mega main squeeze) you wear what you want!

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