The Week In Style: 10.28.14\nWhat worked -- and what didn't -- this week on tour\nHere's a good take-home tip from down under at the Perth Invitational: For the same reason we're trying to wean ourselves off of the white belts, black belts paired with lighter-colored trousers can have the same effect of creating a harsh separation between your upper and lower body. Here Huizing rocks a pretty pedestrian look that could have been a bit smoother had he swapped his black belt for a basic brown one.\n\n Adidas Golf\nThis is a really smart, energetic look for one of the game's most exciting young players. The high intensity contrast between the neon polo, belt and spike accents with his charcoal vest and trousers attracts a lot of attention, and this kid's worth every look. This move isn't for everyone, but I like the high-energy play as he took the lead into the weekend at the Perth International and kept up the solid play on the way to his third European Tour victory.\n\n Nike Golf\nHenley looked sharp and modern with Nike's color-blocked, engineered-stripe polo and steel-gray trousers. On Friday, Henley looked like he raided the 2004 Tiger Woods collection and copped these baggy black pants and basic red stripe polo. What gives? Russell, go with more Thursday and less Friday, and you'll be at the top of your class.\n\n Nike Golf\nSometimes the best way to battle the elements is with a big ole' smile. Love the trim-fit rain slicker and black bucket on Gal just before the weather delay at Blue Bay on Friday, but her sunny disposition is the real draw here.\n\n Callaway Apparel\nStripes in all shapes and scales continue to trend on tour this season, and this updated FJ chest stripe is yet another reason we're still aboard this bandwagon. I know I sound like a broken record but think about how much smoother Rumford's rig would be if he didn't break it up with his white belt and that XL Anthony Kim-sized belt buckle?\n\n Footjoy\nThis is a nice look from Nautica on Tringale Friday at the McGladrey Classic in Sea Island. Keeping everything in your kit based in different shades of one color is a surefire way to make sure you always show up in style no matter where you're teeing it up. Navy is always the easiest color to start with when making this move.\n\n Nautica\nMacKenzie shows Puma's softer side of the single-color setups with this pale gray kit from head to toe Friday at the McGladrey. This monochromatic move is definitely easier to pull off in darker shades like navy or black, but if you're on the accelerated swag track follow this guy's guide to solid style.\n\n Puma\nYes, we're probably biased, but our October cover girl constantly brings some of the sharpest styles week in and week out on the LPGA Tour. Nike does a great job of pairing its young pros in high-intensity gear, and Wie's vibrant pink and blue combo Saturday at the Blue Bay LPGA event was a perfect match for her brilliant personality.\n\n Nike Golf\nSmooth Operator! Zimbabwe's de Jonge showed off some seriously sophisticated style when he donned these slate-green trousers and matching belt. If you're looking for a subtler way to show your true colors, stick to these slate, in-between shades of grays, greens and blues and rock' em everywhere from the office to the course.\nAnother Nike staffer shows up on the Week in Style leader board; Chappell helps us all see how to keep your kit fresh and clean in cool shades of gray. The structure and balance of Chappell's optic white flat brim and the crisp engineered torso stripes make for one of the most modern looks I'm seeing on any tour.\n\n Nike Golf\nUihlein had some cool detail hits Sunday at the Perth International by coordinating a back shoulder stripe with his orange belt and the shoe accents on those FJ Dry Joy Casuals. It's just subtle enough to not be too "hooked up."\n\n Footjoy\nAppleby is looking leaner than ever at the beginning of the PGA Tour season. His look is pretty basic here, but the fit is on point. See how his sleeves hit him right across the bicep? This is exactly the length you're looking for.