The Open Championship Fashion Dimes & Crimes: Day 2

JT’s hoodie and fall hues, adidas’ cobblestone and splatter prints, the G-Wagon of your dreams, Fleetwood’s nightmare lid, and more. Greg breaks down the best and worst looks from the second round of The Open Championship at Royal St. George’s.

See also: The Open Championship Fashion Dimes & Crimes: Day 1

Fashion Dimes

Guido Migliozzi (Adidas Golf)

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A very quick edition of D&C today as there wasn’t much that got me hyped or triggered during Day 2 of The Open. This is just another way of saying the fashion scene in Sandwich, England on Friday was as exciting as a PB&J on white bread.

One look that really stood out for me was this one from Guido Migliozzi. The all-over cobblestone print with hits of aqua and violet on a navy blue backdrop is an absolute must-add to your late summer wardrobe. adidas is also one of the brands taking the lead in sustainability. Two-thirds of this polo is created from recycled polyester so you can feel good about looking good.

Richard Mansell (Adidas Golf)

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Another tight fit from adidas. If you’ve been following along this year, you know that I’m all-in on these Pin Roll Trousers. As someone who rolled and tacked my pants back in the day, these have serious nostalgic feels. They are also a stylish alternative to joggers and allow the ankles to breathe on warm, sunny days. This splatter graphic polo is 100% recycled and possesses a cool outer space vibe.

Justin Thomas (Greyson Clothiers & FootJoy)

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This is the time of year when my attention turns towards my fall wardrobe. This burgundy hue is one of my favorites for fall. It is dark, rich, and sophisticated. And best of all; it pairs nicely with all the navy blue, grey, and black that is already in your closet. Yesterday I gave a shoutout to Greyson’s Tomahawk sweaters. You can’t go wrong with the brand’s hooded Koko sweater, either. The cashmere is so luxurious, you’ll want to live in it this fall and winter. I don’t see this polo on the Greyson site, so I can only imagine that it is arriving soon.

Justin Rose (Bonobos & Adidas Golf)

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Another option in the color family. Props to Bonobos for doing these rose prints for Justin without them coming off as cliche. What you don’t see here are the adidas Stan Smiths that he is sporting, too. Btw, J-Ro seems to be wearing those awkward shades again. I’ve been struggling with sunglasses for the course, too. Does anyone have a recommendation for a stylish pair?

Gary Woodland (Puma Golf)

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A modern take on the classic rugby stripe with a camo print running through the stripes.

Matt Wallace (J.Lindeberg & FootJoy)

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J.Lindeberg led the golf fashion revolution back in the day with bold color-blocked polos. While color blocking is still a strong design element, JL is taking a more simple and clean approach and it is working.

Yuki Inamori

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Just another cool print.

Erik van Rooyen (Greyson Clothiers & ECCO)

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Our daily edition of “What did EVR wear?”

Billy Horschel (Ralph Lauren & FootJoy)

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When your clothes and your shoes coordinate.

Mercedes Benz

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To quote Post Malone, “G-Wagon, G-Wagon, G-Wagon, G-Wagon / All the housewives pullin’ up.” How swaggy would it be if the Champion Golfer of the Year rode off in this rig holding the Claret Jug out the window?

Fashion Crimes

Tommy Fleetwood

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Serious question; who is going to buy this lid?

Marcel Siem

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The White Belt Victim of the Day goes to Marcel Siem. Just match a belt to the pants and it completely changes the look.


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