The Week In Style: 06.30.15


The Week In Style: 06.30.15

June 29, 2015

Brian Harman

I think this is a very solid approach to tournament scripting from Harman, who wore the same shirt in a couple of colorful ways for his run at last week's Travelers Championship. The variations on a theme present a nice, consistent message. The shirt itself was so-so, but I hope more guys take this tact as the year rolls on.adidas golf

Stacy Lewis

It was a homecoming for Lewis at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship as she tried to defend her 2014 title and please the locals who know her from her days at the University of Arkansas. Lewis has a simple style based around just the right amount of strong color. Neon colors continue to trend on both the LPGA and PGA Tours. If you happen to feel like putting some high-frequency shades into play, remember to follow Lewis' lead and limit your look to one bright color per round.AntiguaFootJoy

Billy Horschel

Horschel embraced a splash of bold color Sunday at Travelers, pairing these red pants with a dark-blue belt and polo. The key to making this all work was not only keeping the other elements in his wardrobe solid and simple but syncing his strap and his shirt. The best way to minimize contrast at your core is to match your belt with the color of either your pants or polo.Ralph Lauren RLXFootJoy

Tony Finau

For the folks still struggling to give up the white belt, the same principle applies. Finau's white belt looks super smooth when worn with a pair of light stone trousers. However, this is one of the only ways to wear the white belt with style.Callaway Apparel

Kevin Na

Na has an apparel deal with South Korea's Elrod, and each weekend his wardrobe seems weirder than the last. I'm not sure what's going on with that random pocket design, but it doesn't add anything to the shirt.

Patrick Rodgers

Nike has outfitted Tiger Woods in red and black for years, but he's never looked this good. No matter what you're wearing, fit will always be the most important measure of style. Rodgers nailed this move with slim, sharp gear that let him comfortably work his way around the course during the week's wet weather without looking loose or sloppy. Smooth moves from this Stanford man.Nike Golf

Morgan Hoffmann

Hoffmann played Thursday at the Travelers in one of the sharpest looks we've seen on tour this season. His tonal take on this classic pin-dot pattern was yet another contemporary approach to traditional design from Greyson.Greyson ClothingFootJoy

Luke Donald

Wide-set nautical stripes continue to trend, and Donald has been on this move for a while now. This is a really smooth approach as the navy, color-blocked top syncs nicely with the solid navy trouser and puts the wide stripe in smart contrast for a well-balanced overall look. Donald is still one of the most consistently well-dressed players on tour and shows no sign of slowing down.Ralph Lauren RLXFootJoy

Anna Nordqvist

I'm starting to see more crossover between classic and activewear styles on the LPGA Tour, and that's a good thing if you've got a real sporty vibe like Nordqvist. This sheer shirt layered over a neon tank is a great example of the hybrid style and makes for a really fresh, fun look.adidas golf

Miguel Angel Jimenez

The sultan of swank has been wearing these washed, red-linen trousers on tour for several seasons, and I just can't understand why more guys don't follow his lead. The highly breathable, lightweight trousers can come in a range of soft, smart shades and are perfect for those sweltering summer Fridays in or out of the office. Yes, linen wrinkles. It's supposed to wrinkle. Put 'em on and forget about it!Bobby Jones

Kirk Triplett

Speaking of sweltering summer days, sun protection this time of year is no joke and one of the smartest and most stylish ways to protect yourself is with a broad, lightweight bucket hat. Sure it's been Triplett's signature look for a while now, but it's a style fit for any tour.Ping

Grant Waite

A style that isn't fit for any tour, however, is the massive belt buckle, which is often affixed to a wide, white belt. This is tough enough on the PGA Tour, but Waite wearing this at the U.S. Senior Open felt a lot like my dad frosting his tips and driving a Mitsubishi Evo with a body kit. Just not exactly age appropriate.Oakley

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