The days of a dark and dingy winter golf wardrobe are long gone, and in its place instead are a plethora of animal prints, checked patterns and bright colours.
After what turned out to be an-almost-too-good-to-be-true summer, we’re actually quite looking forward to the new season, especially after seeing what’s in store for our golfing wardrobe.
It’s not unusual to see trends from the high street make their way to the fairways, but this winter it seems especially true, with animal prints and tartan checks donning the catalogues of most manufacturers. If you aren't wearing leopard, zebra, cow, or snake prints within the next few weeks, I'll eat my brand new (brightly coloured) pom-pom hat.
And there are more subtle routes in if animal print isn’t really your thing. Perhaps you'll update your sombre winter look with a bright piece of knitwear, contrasting-zip jacket or long sleeve polo with subtle printed underarm panels that get everyone in your circle wanting to copy you immediately.
The "Black Feathers" outfit from Golfino is an easy way to add a new print to your golfing wardrobe. Techno stretch troyer (£139.95) and 7/8 slim fit trousers (£149.95).
Galvin Green's newest range is led by the Alexis full-zip jacket (£349.95) in Stretch GORE-TEX® fabric with bright, contrasting zips.
Daily Sports Lena long sleeve polo is a subtle way to add a colourful animal print to your wardrobe (£59.95) and there's a matching visor (£19.99)- winning!
With a timeless plaid pattern, these pieces from Golfino perfectly mix the traditional with the new. 7/8 checked trousers (£149.95) and skort (£149.95).
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