The Week In Style: 11.08.16

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The Week In Style: 11.08.16

November 08, 2016

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Thorbjorn Olesen

The Dane with the great nickname Thunderbear capped off an impressive week with a win at the Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday. Olesen is one of the game’s sharpest dressed pros. It’s his combination of simple style and sharp colors that consistently keeps him around the top of the style leaderboard.
Nike

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Spectators

Two dudes twinning hard at the Turkish Airlines Open this week!

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Matteo Manassero / Billy Horschel

Engineered stripes may not be trending as aggressively as a few seasons ago, but these two guys still make the style feel sharp. On or off the course, wider-set stripes in bold colors can give any look a more active, energetic attitude.
RLX Ralph Lauren
FootJoy

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Robert Rock / Bryson DeChambeau

Who wore it better? Both pull this off, but I’ve got to give the edge to England’s Rock. The Hogan cap is so specifically retro it looks awkward when paired with DeChambeau’s unapologetically modern Puma polo and white belt. Rock’s rig is cool and classic, and lets his statement cap attract all the attention.
Wosley
Puma

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Aaron Wise

We continue to see Nike’s Blade collar gain traction among tour pros. As far as polo alternatives go, this is a major improvement from the short sleeve mock turtle, so I’m all for it. The styles and materials of these shirts make them pretty on-course specific, but a solid color in a less technical fabric could have serious off-course potential.
Nike

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Johan Carlsson

Clean, small, well-spaced mini designs like the ones on Carlsson’s JL motif polo are a nice way to add interest to your look without jumping into pop colors or aggressive plaids.
J. Lindeberg

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Trey Mullinax

Mullinax offers a cool Fall golf fix for those tired of their lightweight summer slacks, but stuck with a closet full of standard chinos. Pick up a five-pocket pant in a neutral color, like the one Mullinax has been wearing all season, and you’ll find that sweet spot between a jean and a dress pant you’ve been searching for.
FootJoy

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Brooks Koepka

This is the way to wear white and shows Wearing all white can make you look a bit like a hospital orderly, but you don’t need to change much to get this look back on track. BK kills the outfit here by keeping a super clean and light palate and breaking it up with just the right amount of subtle contrast. All it takes is a little light gray to ground your look and take a white rig from clinical to cool.
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