The Week In Style: 01.14.16

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The Week In Style: 01.14.16

January 13, 2016

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Rickie Fowler

Rickie debuted these high-top spikes and six-pocket joggers at last week's Hyundai Tournament of Champions, and the social-media uproar nearly broke the Internet. That the frequently fashion-forward golfer is pushing his golf gear closer to his off-course look shouldn't surprise anyone. The jogger has been one of the trendiest pieces in the menswear market the last few years and was largely responsible for creating the "Athleaisure" (read: allowed to wear sweats outside now) movement. Puma, however, doesn't plan to bring the pants to market and is undecided about the shoes. Seems odd to let your biggest pitchman wear clothes you don't intend to sell.
Puma Golf

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Jordan Spieth

Spieth picked up where he left off in 2015 when he trounced the field at the Hyundai by eight shots. Not breaking from tradition, he wore his standard sets of white, gray and navy as well a pop of a red polo on Saturday on the way to his 30-under finish. Jordan's clothes fit him perfectly, and his looks have a consistency to keep his style simple without being boring.
Under Armour

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Fabian Gomez

I wouldn't be surprised to see the bright-trouser trend continue in 2016, but if Gomez wants to be part of that group it'd be a good idea to trim his pants up a bit. I'm sure there's a gust of wind to be blamed for most of this, but the guy looks like he's wearing one of those blow-up Sumo-suits.
Adidas Golf

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Brooks Koepka

Nike just added the up-and-comer to its tour staff, and if this look is a hint of what's to come, Koepka will soon be on a lot of people's best-dressed boards! This is what Nike does best: super-sharp color, modern styling and cool accessories. Koepka's color-blocked polo is no new trend, but it's rendered in a design that still feels super fresh. His flat-brim hat fits his imposing look, and the matte-white belt buckle subtly ties in everything top to bottom.
Nike Golf

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Jaco van Zyl / Alex Cjeka / Danny Lee

Abstract color blocks and wide-chest stripes continue to be a strong focus for many brands in 2016, and it was cool to see such interesting variations on stylish players at both the Hyundai TOC and the BMW South African Open last weekend.
iliac Golf
Deveraux

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Bubba Watson

Bubba continues to bounce between odd, abstract looks in drab colors and more classic designs in brilliant pop shades. There's no question he looks better in high-contrast colorful looks, explaining how Sunday's bright blue-on-blue striped polo was far more interesting than Saturday's set-up.
Oakley

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Justin Thomas

Classic often gets confused with old, stodgy and tired, but that's not always the case. Thomas is the portrait of traditional golf style and nails his look each week with sharp fit and good proportion. If your style icons are guys like Tom Watson and Davis Love III, follow JT's lead with trim-fit cotton trousers, a smart and simple polo, and some old-school brogue spikes.
Polo Golf-Ralph Lauren

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Jimmy Walker

Walker had a great thing going with these bold bottoms at the TOC. That said, softening the whole look would make it even stronger. Red and black are two high-contrast shades that are tough to wear together. Even a dark-navy polo would have sharpened this set up.
iliac Golf

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JBE Kruger

And if red and black are difficult colors to wear together, red and orange is downright impossible. This clashes, so just don't do it.

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Brandt Snedeker

Sneds looked awesome in this bright pink multi-stripe polo. A variegated stripe is a really cool -- and easy -- way to add texture to your look. The tonal shades add depth to a piece that still wears just like a solid.
Peter Millar

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Patrick Reed

It's 2016 and we start another year wondering why marquis tour pros continue to wear white belts with black pants? This move still isn't doing Reed any favors.
Callaway Apparel

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