From the outset this looks pretty simple: grey trousers, black shirt. But notice what a great move it is to integrate the black belt, which makes the transition from shirt to hat so seamless. Simple, subtle, and effective.
Compare this image with Webb Simpson. Love the pink hat, love the pink glove, just don't think he needs the white belt to make this outfit work. He's also much bigger than me, so I have to be very careful with how I choose my words.
McGirt's such a good guy, he can almost get away with that white belt. I emphasize the word "almost." What he does need to modify is the length of those trousers.
Reason No. 287 why we think Ishikawa is the best dressed guy on tour. Details, details, it's all about the details. For example: green on glasses, with green on sweater, with green on trousers. The defense rests.
This is a great image of Ryan Moore, and I think he looks incredibly trim and athletic. Looks like that's a TRUE Linkswear logo on that belt. Well done!
I can't get adjusted to black shoes with light colors like this. It's too much of a contrast. Here's a perfect example of where white shoes, in my mind, would be much more effective.
Love the new Ashworth shoes and love the fact that he also chose to wear a belt that coordinates with his shirt. I'm also of the school of thought that says shorties in Vegas work with long pants.
J. Byrd's almost getting away with this dark belt. Almost.
We need more tailoring on these trousers. This is a guy who's really fit and has lots of game, and his trousers should be cut in a more athletic sizing. That said, nice belt selection.
Love the grey accents running throughout, starting at his shoes.
Looks like Russell Knox is taking a page from Webb Simpson's handbook.