Glenmuir, the renowned Scottish golf clothing brand, has unveiled its new Spring Summer 2017 collection which continues to evolve the brand in the year of its 125th Anniversary.
Glenmuir has unveiled its new Spring Summer 2017 collection. Inspired by the Scottish landscape, we take a look at what the new range has to offer.
Glenmuir’s Spring Summer 2017 Collection is built upon three colour stories which fuses together cutting edge trends with inspiration drawn from some of the most scenic landscapes in Scotland to form a vibrant palette. The Luskentyre Sunset story incorporates garnet, navy and white to create a fresh elegant palette of classic colours. Balmoral Thistle features a vibrant royal purple colour that particularly accentuates the range of bright performance fabrics and new ladies’ tropical print designs. Finally, Applecross Peninsula is a fresh colour story inspired by the lavish Scottish landscape, spring green and navy are complimented with a crisp white and soft stardust marl throughout the range of lightweight premium cotton knitwear.
Ladies Collection Highlights
Tropical Print – An eye-catching range of tropical print co-ordinates provide extensive wardrobe options for this season whether worn together or with plain bright colours. The performance shirt style g.Geena has flatteringly shaped printed side panels and a printed rib collar. The increasingly popular lightweight stretch performance capris and skorts (g.Matilda, g.Celestine) as well as the performance g.Aubrey visor are all available in the fresh new print option allowing ladies to fully co-ordinate their outfits.
Ladies’ Shirts – In addition to their sleeveless and short sleeve ladies’ shirts Glenmuir have added a longer sleeve length that sits just above the elbow on style Renee designed for ladies who would like more arm coverage without inhibiting their swing.
Premium Cotton Knitwear – Focusing on fashion for their ladies range, textured and cable knitting techniques enhance the variety of contemporary designs over and above our colourful intarsia sweaters. Style Marsha has a delicate micro cable and rib repeat whilst Imelda incorporates two colours in contemporary mesh construction.
Visit your local pro shop or www.glenmuir.com to view the collection
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