Fashion recap of Day 3 at the U.S. Open
The theme for Saturday? Pebble Beach’s marine layer leads to a display of stylish apparel layers. We break down the best and worst looks from the third round of the U.S. Open.
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Matt Wallace (J.Lindeberg)
It wasn’t the best day of golf for Matt Wallace but he showed up and showed out in the style department. The monochromatic navy blue kit with trim trousers and a sporty pullover is what modern golf style is all about—fashion meets function. Props to Ping on the cool headwear this week. The red accents really popped against Wallace’s outfit.
Henrik Stenson (Hugo Boss)
Yesterday Michael showcased Stenson’s sweater game and declared him the best sweater-wearer on the fairways. It is difficult to argue with that assertion, especially when the Swede stepped out in another stellar look for the third round. No player has a better understanding of how golf clothes should fit than Stenson. Pants cut at the top of the shoes; a sweater that fits perfectly in the sleeves, shoulders, and body. Perfection!
Luke Donald (Greyson Clothiers & Jordan Brand)
If anything, this U.S. Open has highlighted why sweaters are making a strong comeback in the game of golf. Donald’s knitwear has me rethinking my layering game for this Fall. Greyson’s sweater range is one of the best out there thanks to luxurious merinos and cashmeres. Peep the fresh J’s, too. I was unsure about how the Jordan’s would work with Greyson’s threads, but Donald has pulled off the look flawlessly. It shows Donald incredible sense of style and the versatility of Greyson’s apparel.
Justin Rose (Bonobos)
Terrific mix of textures as Rose combined a tone-on-tone print with a heathered waffle knit for added dimension. If you haven’t picked up Dad anything for Father’s Day, here’s a hint.
Well, it was better than Thursday’s hat, but still part of the Duffy Waldorf Collection.