Fashion Roundup: Week of Oct. 14-20
Matthew Stone of South Africa demonstrates the versatility of a neck warmer during the pro-am at the Open de France.
Stone’s countryman, Erik van Rooyen, looks like he is straight up on a modeling shoot for Callaway weather gear in this candid photo taken at Le Golf National.
The competitors at the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges—this week’s PGA Tour stop in Jeju Island, South Korea—raised their belt game in the first round of the tournament. From top to bottom: Jeongwoo Ham, Phil Mickelson, Yi Keun Chang, and Vaughn Taylor.
Sungjae Im’s polo screams “Birdie!” (that’s the word that appears in all the speech bubbles), and he made plenty of those in the first round at the CJ Cup—six, to be exact.
Pornanong Phatlum of Thailand brought the party to the green at the Buick LPGA Shanghai with this explosive skirt.
There’s nothing fancy about Kevin Na’s look here, but we are digging on the design and color scheme of his WAAC sweater (and his personalized belt buckle is pretty sweet, too).
Noted nonconformist Pat Perez is rocking this William Murray polo like it’s going out of style (which it never will). The shirt is called the Clubber Lane—a nod to Mister T’s character in Rocky III—and features references to the movie Caddyshack.
We’re feeling the classic/carefree vibe Japan’s Hideto Tanihara is giving off with the sleek head-to-toe black outfit contrasted with the unkempt locks flowing out from under his hat.
With her flat brim and flashy kicks, Mel Reid of England is bringing some serious street style to the Buick LPGA Shanghai.
The Callaway vest worn by Miki Saeki in the first round at the Fujitsu Ladies—this week’s stop on the LPGA of Japan Tour—gets a thumbs up from us.
Eye-catching vests were on full display at the Fujitsu Ladies. We heart this one worn by Rie Tsuji, which is made by a Korean brand called 23 Golf.
Someone not typically noted for his style, Hideki Matsuyama looks snazzy and comfy in his Descente sweater during the second round of the CJ Cup.
Golfers have to deal with some brisk temps during those early-morning rounds, as evidenced here by George Coetzee of South Africa and his boxing-glove-sized mittens.
Shorts with tights? Why not, says Nicolas Colsaerts’ caddie, Brian Nilsson.