The Week In Style: 11.11.14\nWhat worked -- and what didn't -- this week on tour\nSpeaking of color, just because the thermometer is starting to dip doesn't mean your wardrobe needs to get cold and dark, too. Here Poulter pulls off the low-temperature look perfectly by keeping his colors in a similar palette and layering his look smoothly.\n\nIJP Design\nWhen you win the WGC-HSBC Champions in the exciting way Bubba did last weekend, whatever you wear can look electric. That said, the high-intensity colors Watson wore a few weeks back felt a lot more in line with his personality than the drab, dusty shades he wore during his victory in China.\n\nOakley\nG-Mac turned up on-trend at the HSBC in his Kartel printed polo. Prints continue to be popular on and off the course, and for good reason: They wear like a solid but add just enough interest to your look to keep things exciting.\n\nG-Mac by Kartel\nThe U.S. Open champ struggled Sunday but still put together a solid T-6 finish in Shanghai. From the style standpoint, though, Kaymer has worn the same rig now for the past three weeks. No matter how machine-like his game can appear, it's time to get a new look.\n\nHugo Boss\n\nadidas\nTalk about strong, solid setups. Scott kills it in this super simple contrast placket Uniqlo polo. Sometimes, all it takes is a small detail accent to elevate an entire look.\n\nUniqlo\n\nFootjoy\nThis is a really strong look from Under Armour. This simple style is grounded in navy while working in slate shades of blue with the sweater and polo for a very modern move. Something tells me he's wearing a white belt underneath that sweater but, I'm going to pretend it's navy and give Mahan a pass.\n\nUnder Armour\n\nFootjoy\nThis was another cool extended placket this week from Iwata. I don't anticipate this style turning into a mass-market look, but it's nice to see a new silhouette on tour. Also, if you feel like test-driving some patterned trousers but aren't ready to go full tartan, this micro check is the way to do it.\nThe Chinese junior sensation, who made his pro debut at the HSBC, brings a lot of look here, and I don't hate it. The black sunglasses, bucket hat and plaid trousers bring a serious 1980s vibe that may not work for everyone, but Dou pulls it off with personality.\nYet another week where the vest comes up looking cooler than ever. The key to this full-zip style is coordinating the colors for a monochromatic, modern take on a classic piece. That matte-black RLX buckle is pretty sweet, too! Great work all around from one of the game's consistently best dressers.\n\nRLX-Ralph Lauren\n\nFootjoy\nOn the list of colors that should not be worn together, neon yellow and red are probably at the top. Unless you're a Ferrari, yellow and red as a rule never look good together.\nThe sailor-stripe cardigan and five-pocket trouser is a really cool look from Hara. Navy, red and gray are basic fall shades that always coordinate well and pants make the whole kit feel a bit fresher.\nI'm starting to see players bringing more off-course outerwear styles on tour, such as Pressel here with the quilted vest. I'm all for it. I don't think it's a stretch to think the more we can blend our on/off-course kits, the more approachable -- not to mention stylish -- the game becomes.