The Week In Style: 10.31.16

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The Week In Style: 10.31.16

November 02, 2016

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Cody Gribble

Congratulations to Cody Gribble on his first PGA Tour "W." With his win at last week’s Sanderson Farms Championship Gribble became the latest simply styled, modern man in the winner’s circle for the Nike crew.
Nike

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Lucas Glover

Glover went gray on gray on Sunday at the Country Club of Jackson and looked great doing it. My only concern with this monochromatic move is that light gray can certainly let the sweat show through your setup if things get hot. But as temps dip for fall this look is just starting to hit peak season.
Linksoul

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Dicky Pride/Trey Mullinax/Scott Piercy

Braided belts continue to trend on tour and we’ve seen everything from roll tide to regimental stripes on all sorts of straps this year. No matter what your style is, be sure to match your belt to either your shirt or your pants for a smooth statement.
Columbia
FootJoy
J. Lindeberg

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Hiroshi Iwata

You can always count on Iwata for some unexpected style and cool coordination. The hint of yellow on Hiroshi’s placket plays off his belt strap nicely and the white center stripe gives his whole look an athletic vibe. That belt buckle is ridiculous, though. Don’t try that at home.

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Rory McIlroy

I tend to think zip-mock turtlenecks are weak impressions of the real deal but this techier-looking version from Nike in all gray captures the old school silhouette in a new way.
Nike

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Francesco Molinari

If you must wear a long sleeve compression layer underneath a short sleeve polo as opposed to just packing a sweater, this is the way to do it. Always make sure to match your layers to limit the contrast as much as possible.
Nike

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Martin Kaymer

Accessories like hats, belts and shoes tend to be all year-round pieces but Kaymer’s flannel brimmed cap works a little seasonality into an otherwise basic baseball style.
New Era
Boss Green
Adidas

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Kevin Chappell

We’re seeing more and more brands add hoodies to their fall/winter line-ups. While I don’t have an issue with it per se, I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone actually play golf with a hood up? I guess, up or down, as long as it doesn’t get it the way, the hoodie has as much of a place inside the ropes as it does outside of them.
Nike

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Bubba Watson

Never one to be afraid of showing his true colors, Bubba is a great Gfore ambassador. That teal glove pink driver hook-up is one of the brightest brand statements we see all season.
GFORE
Oakley

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Daniel Berger

An old school design detail on new age gear is a cool way to connect timeless style with modern technology. The classic gun-patch detail on Berger’s adidas quarter-zip pull-over bridges that gap really nicely.
Adidas

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