In case you haven’t noticed yet, the color pink is popping in fashion this spring.
I must admit, I’ve never been much of a frilly pink girl, but the reinvented pastel in a dustier pale shade is making me look twice.
Whether it’s blush, bubble gum, dusty rose or neon – pinks make a statement and are trending with designers from New York to Paris to Milan in Spring/Summer 2019 collections.
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Here are some examples of pink shades we’re seeing in golf apparel.
Ralph Lauren Tailored Fit Golf Polo
The Ralph Lauren Tailored Fit Golf Polo in Maui Pink is made from a moisture-wicking pique fabric and has a gently tapered silhouette.
Ralph Lauren Classic Fit Golf Short
The Ralph Lauren Classic Fit Golf Short in Pink Flamingo features a seersucker performance fabric with stretch and moisture-wicking capabilities
Parajumpers Rosy Bomber Jacket
The Parajumpers Rosy Bomber Jacket in Powder Pink combines a stretch cotton fleece with a matte finish polyester taffeta that is padded with a soft poly.
Bonobos M-Flex Polo
The Bonobos M-Flex Polo in Pink Palace Stripe has stretch panels for increased range of motion and UPF 50 protection.
Bogner Colina Knit Jacket
The Bogner Colina Knit Jacket in Violet is a stylish basic with sporty flair. Made from virgin wool, the lightweight piece is ideal for cooler days.
G/FORE Killer T’s Short
G/FORE’s Killer T’s Short in Rose Violet, anyone? This tech short is soft and lightweight with plenty of stretch…and attitude.
Galvin Green Nikki Skort
The Galvin Green Nikki Skort in Azalea Pink uses Ventil8 Plus fabric for maximum moisture management and UV protection.
Peter Millar Crown Cool 1/4-Zip Sweater
The Peter Millar Crown Cool 1/4-Zip Sweater in Palmer Pink is easy care, wrinkle resistant, and the wool/linen blend yarns are soft and breathable.