Our favorite matching sets for golf
We’ve seen two-piece sets and matching separates dominate the fashion world outside of golf, and for good reason. What’s easier than throwing on a matching set in the morning? More and more women are skipping the frustrating outfit coordination process and gravitating towards sets. After all, they’re designed to make you feel instantly put together.
The trend translates perfectly to golfwear. Investing in a matching shirt and skirt set will allow you to show off your sense of style without the hassle of finding two pieces that loosely go together before your round. Whether it be a monochromatic look or a set with unifying accents, matching sets are a great way to add easy and stylish outfit options to your golf wardrobe. Here are some of our favorites to shop as the golf season ramps up.
This classy Tory Sport set is inspired by 1970s preppy sportswear fit with a dramatic wide collar, extended placket, retro piping details and plaid-printed bottoms to match. Although the set boasts a vintage look, it is made with a modern details golfers will appreciate, like the built-in shorts on the polyester-spandex skirt or the tapered leg finish on the pants.
This quick-drying polo shirt and lightweight skirt combination is perfect for warm days on the course. Although designed for tennis, these two pieces will work well for golf, either for a quick afternoon nine or a range session. The pastel pink colorway is both feminine and on-trend.
Although these two navy-blue tones from Nike are not exactly the same, the silhouettes work well together. Pairing together two slightly different shades may seem like a risky fashion choice, but it often adds dimension to a monochromatic look.
This Nike set on the other hand works perfectly as a truly matching ensemble. The collarless top brings a modern and athletic feel to the feminine pink set, while a subtle chevron knit design breaks up the solid look and adds ventilation. Add a simple pair of white golf shoes and a visor to complement this cheerful light peach tone.
Foray Golf has dozens of set options on its website, as most of the colors the brand uses in its pieces are kept consistent throughout each collection. This set utilizes a wool-inspired print on both the skirt and the backside of the sleeveless polo to pull the entire outfit together. The print is designed to look like the bouclé, which is a looped wool texture popular in the high-fashion world and popularized by luxury brands like Chanel. The front of the jersey polo is kept simple in plain white to allow the pattern to shine without overpowering the look.
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Similarly, this white leopard-printed set balances bold patterns with simple styling for a playful look that is not overly busy. The four-way stretch long sleeve polo shirt has mesh panels lining the underside of the sleeves that displays a nearly identical leopard print as the skirt. The mesh inserts are not just a fashion statement, they also add breathability so you can wear this set in a variety of weather conditions.
This trendy set includes a sweater polo shirt and a tennis-inspired pleated skort with a striped waistband that breaks up the look. Plus, the difference in material between the top and the bottom adds variety and texture to a neutral-toned outfit.
This modern-yet-preppy J.Lindeberg set is tied together by bright blue striped accents. The cardigan top can be worn buttoned-up on its own or open with a plain polo underneath. Branded cuffs add a European feel to the look for an extra stylish finish.