The Week In Style: 08.21.13\nMr. Style's weekly look at what people are wearing on and off the golf course\nI love this uniform. It's simple, it's great and I really like that red belt.\nCongratulations to all of team Europe. P.S. I love those neon shoelaces!\nNot only are the shoes fun, that anklet's pretty cool too.\nTake a page out of the Euros' book for the correct length in shorts. Neither too short or too long, but just right.\nIf we could pick our own Solheim Cup squad, I'd take Suzann Pettersen on my team. She's got heart, and she's got game.\nSimple and great.\nSecond-day outfit? Check. Enthusiasm? Check. Bracelet? Check. Face painting? Check.\nJessica Korda is destined to become Anna Kournikova-plus. This girl's got game -- must be in the genes.\nWhile I think having team spirit is great, sometimes you can overdo the red, white and blue theme. This is on the borderline, but I think it works. And once again, great shoes.\nI think this outfit would've worked better with a white belt. That's right, I just said it, a white belt! Love the shoes.\nI think this is a perfect example of a balanced outfit. The Europeans did a great job of color blocking for a simple, yet effective look.\nThe stripes were a different story. This doesn't really look like a team uniform to me.\nI'm not a fan of this outfit. And Creamer would be better served with a belt that doesn't cut the monochromatic red in half.\nWhy is it that the Solheim Cup and the Ryder Cup give people a hall pass to dress like. . . to dress like. . . to dress like. . .\n\n\n\nNice shirt. Modern, colorful, looks great.\nBased on the way he's playing, Spieth can wear anything he wants, any way he wants.\nAnother one where I think the white belt doesn't work. Fish is in great shape, but a light brown belt would've made him look sleeker and stronger.\n\nTeam outfits, huh? Congrats on the win, but shorten the pants.\nHere's where I think contrast works. Matching the red belt to his shoes and hat is a great use of highlight.\nOnce again, Ishikawa looking spectacular. I'm surprised no one else has picked up on this right arm band.\nNow that's an interesting belt.\nThe Yangsta is totally coordinated here. He's even got those grips matching.\nThis is what they call board game design. If this is going to be his motif, I say go with it.\nI guess this is taking the animal print to the next level. Maybe animal print will be 2014's camouflage. Kind of fun, isn't it?\nI know I keep hammering this, but here's another example of where I think the white belt makes it look more like a band outfit than a golf outfit. I like the pants, I like the shirt, I like the shoes, I like the hat and I like the belt. I just don't like them all together.\nNow that's a great combination!