Week In Style: 05.10.16

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Week In Style: 05.10.16

May 10, 2016

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James Hahn

Hahn cued up these soft-color mélange polos in stripes and solids on his way to victory at last weekend’s Wells Fargo Championship. Pairing these polos with matte gray trousers was a very sophisticated move—Hahn did once work at Nordstrom—that created smooth looks with a modern attitude.
Oakley
FootJoy

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Rory McIlroy

High-voltage color set off against a crisp white trouser is a powerful statement that works all season long. These strong, solid shades make just as much of an impact as loud patterns.
Nike

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Matteo Manassero

Mixed-material sweaters offer some of the most interesting and innovative styles we’ve seen on tour in recent years. Manassero, playing in the European Tour’s event in Morocco, showcased this wool sweater with nylon saddle shoulders. The subtle dimension created here triggers interest through texture as opposed to color or pattern. It’s a choice that results in a very cool look on or off the course.
Ralph Lauren RLX

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Jesper Parnevik

One of the true legends of links style took home some hardware when the Swede won the PGA Tour Champions’ Insperity Invitational. The flipped-up flat brim has been Parnevik’s signature for years, and from the look of this 51-year-old, he’s got several more to go before he hangs up his spikes.
Puma

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Carly Booth

Nike creates a ton of serious technical gear with hyper-modern styling, but it’s nice to see them lighten things up with more whimsical patterns like this straightforward polka-dot design, too.
Nike

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Scott Langley

We typically hype this monochromatic move for the smoothness and balance it creates in your look, but another benefit of the single-color setup is the way it showcases great footwear and other cool accessories. Whether you’re rocking shield tips on tour, or just new sneaks around the neighborhood, wearing one color can kick the rest of your gear up a notch.
Polo Golf
FootJoy

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Blayne Barber

Then again, if you’ve got some pink cap toes in your closet, they should pop no matter what you wear them with.
FootJoy

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John Daly / Anna Cladakis

Not sure who wins this walk off between Daly and his caddie/fiancee Anna Cladakis, but they sure look great together. I actually think these may be the quietest Loudmouth looks I’ve seen to date.
Adidas Golf
Loudmouth Golf

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Gary Player

The Black Knight gets a pass for wearing all white because, well, he’s a legend. It’s a wise move, however, for the rest of us to keep our solid-color setups in darker shades. Hospital orderlies and milkmen are both valuable members of society, but style icons they typically are not.
Nebuloni

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