The Week In Style: 11.18.15

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The Week In Style: 11.18.15

November 18, 2015

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Thorbjorn Olesen

Smart, bright accents are a much better way to bring out color in your outfit than coordinating the full shoe, belt, hat hookup. Olesen dialed in the details perfectly at last week's BMW Masters by syncing the blue tipping on his sweater with his cobalt trousers.
Nike Golf

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Haotong Li

Li has a ton of talent and the confidence to pull off some bold looks on the course. However, he had a few too many pieces of flair for my taste in Shanghai. The neon-yellow camo vest, the neon polo, the contrast black base layer and the neon shoe accents seemed more cluttered than cool. He would have done well to lose one of the multiple looks he was trying to pull off.
Nike Golf

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Francesco Molinari

On the other hand, Molinari would have done well to borrow some of Li's excess swag because his sweater-vest and khaki combo looked pretty lame. I'm all for keeping things basic, but this look is too pedestrian for a tour pro.
Nike Golf

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Benjamin Herbert

The Frenchman updated the top of his hat in one of the many illustrations of support for his country at the BMW Masters after Friday night's terrorist attacks in Paris.
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Ian Poulter

Black and white isn't the easiest color combo to pull off casually, but Poulter nailed it in Shanghai. The black ground of his tartan trousers makes them look less optical and also help hide his black belt, which smoothed the look's transition from top to bottom. Really smart from Poulty here!
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Carlos Ortiz

Yeah, so when we say white and black isn't the easiest combo to pull off, this is what we're talking about. Both colors are high-contrast shades and can look out of balance when not perfectly paired. Ortiz's black belt and shoes are too strong with his all white rig.
J. Lindeberg

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Geoff Ogilvy

The icon of cool on/off course style, Ogilvy looked as natural as ever at the OHL Classic in Mexico. It's not a complex equation: Ogilvy rarely wears anything other than sharply fitting basics in complementary colors. Besides his spikes, there's nothing in his get-up he'd only wear when playing golf. In this day and age, that versatility counts for serious style points.
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Graeme McDowell

G-Mac found his way back into the winner's circle at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba and did so, as always, in super sharp style. These blue-camo trousers are a departure from McDowell's more sartorial standard, however he wore them perfectly in a tonal palette and balanced the aggressive pattern with a solid black polo.
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Justin Leonard

It's about time we saw some script consistency on tour! I never understood why so many brands and their respective ambassadors dressed in as many as four completely different looks during a given tournament. Justin Leonard and new Swiss sponsor, Kjus, teed up one subtle theme at the OHL Classic and killed it in various smart color combinations.
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