The Week In Style: 11.29.16

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The Week In Style: 11.29.16

November 29, 2016

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Soren Kjeldsen/Thorbjorn Olesen

Congratulations to the great Danes for their big World Cup of Golf triumph. These two worked their way to victory Down Under coordinating simple, two-tone set-ups in cool colors that looked both active and modern.
Puma
Nike

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Romain Langasque/Victor Dubuisson, Hideki Matsuyama/Ryo Ishikawa, Soren Kjeldsen/Thorbjorn Olesen

The majority of teams at Kingston Heath went with semi-color-coordinated approaches to their outfits as opposed to scripted uniforms. And yet the whole thing felt pretty forced. The “lets wear blue shirts on Saturday” idea may be fine for a member-guest, but it fell short with the pros.
Boss Green
Nike
Puma
FootJoy
Titleist
Callaway Apparel
Oakley

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Shane Lowry/Graeme McDowell, Ashun Wu/Haotong Li

That said, the dudes that did go with full-on matching kits didn’t exactly kill it either. Lowry, who normally rocks the monochromatic look, seemed out of place in G-Mac’s dandier Kartel gear.
G-Mac Kartel

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Jon Rahm

The most stylish national look I saw came from the young Spaniard. Rahm channeled his flag’s yellow and red perfectly by keeping the strong shades limited to accent colors and making sure the biggest pieces in his kit were the most basic. Let this be a lesson to us all: You don’t need to wrap yourself in a flag to flaunt your country’s colors.
Adidas

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C.T. Pan

No matter where in the world you’re teeing it up this winter, hybrid pieces like the one Pan wore, which mix materials like nylon puffer cells with woven sleeves, will continue to be the freshest outerwear look of the season. On or off the course, blends like this do a lot to keep you warm without weighing you down.
Nike

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Rickie Fowler

I’m not sure what was going on with the tall-t Fowler wore over the weekend in Australia, but it wasn’t a good look. Fowler, who’s normally a stickler for how his clothes fit, missed something here. On or off the course, if you’re going to wear a polo, pull over or even a button-down untucked, be sure it doesn’t fall below your back pockets.
Puma

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Adam Scott

For inquiries on how your shirts should fit, consult any image of Scott from the last 10 years.
Uniqlo
FootJoy

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Alex Cejka

If you muster up the courage for some winter rounds this year, a cable-knit wool beanie like the one Cejka wore is a must. Unlike cotton, wool is a natural thermo-regulator, so even on the coldest days of the year, a basic cap like this will keep your melon toasty. After Thanksgiving, I don’t leave home without one.
2ggapparel.com

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