Fashion Recap of Day 2 at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach
Billy Horschel’s cricket sweater, Justin Thomas’ star-studded camo, Henrik Stenson’s sweater game, and more. Tour Editor Michael Ruuska breaks down the best and worst looks from the second round at Pebble Beach.
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Billy Horschel (Polo Golf)
Awesome, awesome, awesome! Billy Horschel made me smile from ear to ear when I saw him on Friday in the Cotton-Blend Cricket Sweater. I am quite certain I wore a very similar v-neck sweater for my senior picture in 1992, however I did not look this good.
Justin Thomas (Polo Golf)
The only person to rival Billy’s look on Friday was Justin Thomas. There seemed to be mixed reviews on his Star Camo Print slacks. Not from me. I am a fan. They are fun, festive, and on-fire! Justin paired them with a version of the RLX Stretch Wool Golf Jacket that incorporated the blue from the pants on the cuffs and pocket.
Rafael Cabrera-Bello (FootJoy)
Not surprisingly we’ve seen a lot of red, white, and blue color stories at Pebble Beach. Spaniard, Rafael Cabrera-Bello wore it as well as anyone. He might do bold colors better than anyone in the game!
Si Woo Kim (Peter Millar & Nike)
When I first saw the Nike “No Denim Allowed” shoes I couldn’t figure out what I would pair them with and still look classy. Well, Si Woo Kim just showed me exactly how it is done. This Peter Millar kit complemented the “No Denim Allowed” version of the Air Zoom Victory Tour shoes perfectly.
Matt Wallace (J.Lindeberg)
Matt Wallace matched his monochromatic look to the gloomy weather at Pebble Beach. It worked.
Henrik Stenson (Hugo Boss)
I have yet to see a Hugo Boss sweater that I didn’t covet. Billy Horschel told me that Brandt Snedeker wears a sweater better than anyone in the game of golf. I would argue that honor belongs to Henrik Stenson.
Kuch looks cool in cords.
Cody Gribble (Callaway Tour Authentic)
The Callaway Tour Authentic 1/4 Zip Cashmere Windstopper sweater is perfect for Pebble Beach. Cody Gribble looked dime-worthy.
Ian Poulter looks like a bowl of sherbert.
Oh Marc, how many times have I advised you against wearing horizontal stripes? And with a white base-layer? Noooo…
Patrick Reed looks like he should be working behind the counter at a burger joint serving up milkshakes in 1953.
Chez Reavie is listed at 5’9″. This 1/4 zip pullover is too long and as a result makes him look shorter.
Phil’s pants are a horrible fit and I do not like the button-down shirt. Crime-worthy.