U.S. Women's Open Style Review\nOur Mr. Style weighs in on the fashion hits and misses at the 2013 U.S. Women's Open\nLook out Camilo Villegas, Suzann Pettersen's got all the moves.\nAnd congratulations to our winner! She was certainly styling on her New York media blitz.\nLexi has managed to put it together quite effectively for a linear, clean, modern look. It's on trend with big blocks of color, and it fits perfectly.\nHat's off to Ha-Neul Kim! The nautical shorts are cute as a button and the striped top is perfectly on trend. The knee socks look smart. Definite leader board material here.\nHere's a perfect example of what not to wear and how not to wear it. I would recommend keeping everything in the same color as to have no contrast. This would create a cleaner, trimmer silhouette.\nAnd here is what it looks like with the right color combination. This is proof of the slimming effect of color blocking with slight tonal changes. Well done!\nYou pick em, I think both of these outfits are great. They've got some color, some spark, some creativity.\nDon't overreact to the photograph, because this is a smart-looking outfit, well put together. I especially like picking up the green color in the socks with the shirt. And I've gotten over the shortsleeve shirt over the longsleeve shirt -- at least for the LPGA.\nHere's an excellent example of Ai Miyazato being Ai Miyazato. Always near the top of the LPGA style leader board.\nWe love Paula Creamer, so I can't figure out for the life of me why she keeps covering up half her face with those sunglasses! And I know there's a story about this belt, I just need someone to explain it to me.\nThis is about as close as you're going to get to something that looks like a jean cut on the course. That she was actually wearing them during the U.S. Open would indicate that the USGA is OK with it, but that doesn't mean they're ready to approve denim.\nHats off to the red, white and blue color combination, but again, here is an example of how sharp contrast and short shorts will cut you in half and draws attention to your waistline. In essence, it will make you look shorter.\nCold weather attire is one area the women do better than the men. Korda looks great in all pink and was able to shed the outer layer to create a second look later in the day.\nEven with the sharp contrast, Shadoff gets away with this look.\nThese FootJoy pump shoes seem to be quite trendy on the LPGA tour. And they happen to look pretty good, too.\nIt's great to have Natalie Gulbis back!\nIf you haven't learned yet, the high-contrast and short bottoms are not very flattering. But it's hard to criticize the 17-year-old low amateur for proudly wearing the colors of the university she just committed too -- Oklahoma State. Go Cowgirls!\nI love this outfit! It's got just the right amount of color, and the scooped neck allows a bit more pop. The all-white, well-fitted shorts are extremely flattering. When a 14-year-old can outdress most of the LPGA Tour...\nEven though I don't know Jennifer personally, I would guess she's an outgoing, effervescent person. Wouldn't you? It takes confidence to pull off this much color. I love it!