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  1. Fan out and catch a few shades from Forest Eyewear, a privately outlined shades mark from O'ahu.Everyone thought for these high quality pieces came to Whitlock after he lost one an excessive number of pairs of shades in the water. The arrangement? Wooden edges, which glide and furthermore gave him a fun carpentry venture to handle. Three months in the wake of making a slick model, the shades wouldn't quit netting appreciating remarks from family and companions, so Whitlock took it to the following entrepreneurial level and authoritatively propelled a line of them in February of this current year. To speed creation time and minimize expenses, he enrolled the assistance of a little woodshop in China to produce the shades. Water. Wonderfully nitty gritty walnut and beech wood grain give each pair of the Wooden Sun glasses a one of a kind look, with a retro pilot outline and straight forehead bar. The wood is used to make the Sunglasses' temple pieces, which support the acetate frame made overseas and hold the glasses in place when tucked behind the wearer's ears. Although the first pair was made by hand in a studio, subsequent pairs are cut by a machine lathe and then finished by hand.
  2. A good article outlining some of the popular pro outfits from this past month What Are The Pros Wearing: July 2017
  3. NEW NIKE GOLF POLOS PROMOTE PERSONALITY It's been a minute (or over a century) since three-piece suits and brogues defined standard course attire, but golf's stylistic evolution is ongoing. While it still requires a synchronization of function and aesthetic, the sport's progressive apparel doesn't communicate stuffy style or mandate that players appear as crusty carbon copies. Nike Golf's new polo designs, with modern cuts and collars evidence this evolution by athletes to select the look and feel best suited to their personal needs. Collars come in the distinct designs: blade, roll and classic while fit options range from standard — for a relaxed, comfortable fit — to modern slim, which offers maximum mobility and modern style. NIKE MM FLY BLADE POLO As Rory McIlroy explains, “I wanted a great fitting polo. I wanted something I could pull on at the beginning of my round and not think about again until after the last putt,” McIlroy says. The Nike MM Fly Blade Polo met this ask with lightweight, Dri-FIT fabric and ergonomic seams for a full range of motion. The new blade collar design provides comfort with a minimal rib design and a refined look. “When they finally let me try their prototype polo," he attests, “I thought: this is it! I really didn't want to give it back. NIKE MM FLY ROLL POLO Trying on another of the collection's designs, the Nike MM Fly Roll Polo — with similar Dri-FIT fabric, ergonomic design and polished roll collar — Scott Pickney has a similar reckoning. “I remember putting it on, before the designers had even completely finished it, and thinking, I don't feel like a golfer in this. I feel like an athlete," he recalls. NIKE MM FLY FRAMING COMMANDER POLO Meanwhile the MM Fly Framing Commander Polo's perforated collar stand atop breathable Dri-FIT fabric is particularly attuned to Thorbjorn Olesen's desire for individual expression. “Anytime I can have my off-course style blend in with my on course style, it's a big thing for me,” Olesen elaborates. “The clothes we wear on the course almost become an expression of our personality.” The Nike Golf Spring/Summer 16 line disrupts the status quo with bold new polo designs, advanced legwear and radical footwear that takes tailored performance to a new place, for the modern golf athlete. ------------ I must say, I'm really liking Nike's approach this season. They seem to be finding a sweet spot marrying athletic wear with a little style/high fashion. I'm itching to trying on the MM Fly Roll. Your thoughts on the 2016 Nike polo collection?
  4. TIGHTS STEP UP TO THE TEE Scott Pinckney Performance tights have become a regular fixture on runners and in the gym, and on gridiron sidelines and basketball court. Now new Nike Golf Hyperwarm tights tackle the course, providing a locked-in feel and disruptive new aesthetic. “Tights are good for recovery,” Brooks Koepka explains. “We train so hard on and off the golf course that I think it would help us stay on the Tour for a little longer by keeping our bodies fresh for years down the road.” Designed to enhance movement with a compression feel, regulate body temperature and provide an extra layer of warmth, the Nike tights are made with a high-stretch Dri-FIT fabric that helps keep athletes dry. And as Scott Pickney adds, they also tap into the psychological aspect of the sport. "I absolutely love wearing the tights when I practice and workout,” Nike Golf athlete Scott Pinckney explains. “I feel more athletic and my legs always feel better after I practice when I wear them.” The Nike Golf Spring/Summer 16 line disrupts the status quo with bold new polo designs, advanced legwear and radical footwear that takes tailored performance to a new place, for the modern golf athlete. --------------- Well tights just about says it all. Your thoughts...
  5. Hi everyone! First off, I just wanna say that I work for Bermuda Sands Apparel, and let you know that this is NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT! We recently launched our e-commerce site (which I was very integral in pushing) and I would love to hear some opinions on it. Layout, ease of use, pictures, whatever. Let me repeat THIS IS NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT. I'm not asking anyone to do anything more than to look around and let me know what you think of the site. I'm always looking to get better feedback, and who better than you fine folks! Thanks again. CLICK HERE to check out the site.
  6. My first travel solo led me on a fabulous whirlwind trip to New York City last week, for an Adidas special event, the Golf Women's 2015 Launch Event. I'm not sure what maniacal brainchild came up with this event but it IS genius! Don't worry, I'll explain later. Few items that grab my attention when it comes to ladies golf fashion; you get the same old cookie cutter looks or the outrageous looks, nothing in between. If they are in between, they are not what I would be willing to spend, when I could be spending that on a hot outfit I can wear more often anywhere (not just on the course). However, after attending the Adidas Golf Women's 2015 Launch Event last week, we finally have a golf company that gets it. I do love golf but what I really love is, looking hot and feeling confident in every outfit I decide to wear. Although, I have many options off the course, I feel I have to compromise on the course. Until now! The 2015 spring/summer ladies golf apparel motto is "built for an athlete, designed for a woman". Adidas hit the nail on the head with this one! Why should I have to compromise my athleticism on the course by sacrificing fashion. With their new upcoming line, you don't have to! As always, Adidas sacrifices nothing for quality. So it's no doubt their new collections will allow women to move freely, without restrictions, on or off the course. To prove this, Adidas invited several ladies to Golf & Body NYC to test it out for themselves. The event allowed guests to meet and greet LPGA celebrities, learn new fitness techniques, a fashion show of their 2015 spring/summer collections, access to simulation booths, and of course be among the first to experience the feel and look of the new collection with some great pieces to take home. Built for an Athlete Putting us and the new product line to the test was Kim-Lien Kendall, yoga and movement educator at Golf & Body NYC and co-founder of SMARTer Bodies. Because ladies have different physical builds than men, Kim had participants really focus on the needs and demands that golf has on women's bodies. Don't expect to come to this top facility and not have to strive for the best. The ladies this night, including special guests (LPGA 3 time tour winner Jessica Korda, LPGA 4 time tour winner Anna Nordquist, and Golf Channel's very own Lauren Thompson), took part in a 25 minute workout in their new Adidas collection pieces. The workout itself was five different golf focused exercises, followed by a cool down with yoga stretches. Talk about putting these clothes to the test; we were n the ground, in the air with plyometrics (that's training that involves jumping), twisting and stretching. Never once did I feel self conscious about any unwanted creeping up or down of clothing, exposing unwanted skin. The clothes moved as I did, with rotations, twisting, bending and stretching. One word, ClimaCool. No worries about overheating the materials were stretchy, soft, and cooling. I'll have a whole other post about the fitness techniques we were shown to help build your golf game. Be you, Beautifully Strong Earlier I had mentioned the plain Jane looks that most companies have in their ladies clothing lines (I get it, we need basics, but not EVERYTHING!). They're so boring! On the opposite end of the spectrum, I feel they get a little crazy thinking they need to provide something unique. What happens is, these companies, create over the moon clothing with patterns that I wouldn't be caught dead in unless I was an eccentric golfing grandma, or weird impractical designs. Let's get real. If you are like me, most women want to look good and feel confident, and still have that feminine look whether we're on the course or off. Adidas listened to what women really wanted and delivered. Tops: Let's face it rainwear/wind gear is not super attractive in all it's baggy, crinkly glory. I love the the Transparent Wind Full-Zip jacket gives you protection from the wind, but with a fabulous flexible fabric that won't restrict your swing. It a great purple and blue color (Flash Pink and Clear Aqua) with a tasteful monochromatic pattern. The elastic waist helps create that peplum-look celebrating a waist-to-hip curve, making it flattering for women of all sizes. They also have a fantastic selection of peplum and ruffle bottom polos that give that added feminine touch. My favourite addition is the incorporation of the high low shirts. If you are conscious of plumber's crack, when bending to mark your ball, or just like a little more coverage of your beautiful booty, you will love the added length on the back of the shirts. Personally, I have a ton of, off the course, high to low shirts, so excited to see this in womens golf apparel. I have been so jealous of all the choices guys have in classy polo shirts with accent colors and patterns on the plackets (that button up part of the shirt). Now I can get my own without having to pay an arm and a leg! Ladies get excited! They've added different colored collar plackets and accent colors on the polos, to give each shirt a classy pop of style and glam. A great addition is the Slub Polo which provides a less formal, more casual feeling, breathable shirt than cotton or the traditional golf shirt. Same thing goes for their ClimaCool Tour mesh stripes sleeveless shirts with the racerback (minimizing that sleeveless golfer's tan even more!), you can pair with their performance tanks, or a racerback sports bra. Beautiful versatile sweaters in great spring/summer colors, you can wear on and off the course. Not a big sweater fan? How about a lightweight fitted athletic jacket with hidden pockets. Bottoms: There is something for everyone in this category. The essentials ankle pants in Black, if you want you're looking for something more traditional; If you are looking for something a little different but still classy spring for the Clear Aqua color. If you like your shorts, Adidas brings you the option of the Essentials bermuda shorts or jump into a pair of patterned Advance Art Deco shorts. Feeling a little more flirty? I am absolutely loving their Tour Floral Flair Short, with 50UPF and a curved stylish hem. Skorts are definitely my thing. From sporty to traditional, you have great options to choose from: a casual, Range Skort; their color bordered Geo Skort; to my favourite (I was super envious of Heather who was wearing this at the event), the soft ruffled, Tour Mesh Skort in Clear Aqua. Super cute, stylish and fun! Accessories & Footwear: From Ruched Fashion Visors with shorter brims for those smaller faces, to bright colored hairbands for the flyaway bangs, to super cute ballerina-like summer mesh street to course shoes (check out my blog post on street to course shoes). Even if you are a traditionalist, there are lots of accessories that will give you a little bit of summer/spring flair. Blown Away After the golf fitness tips, the guests of the Adidas Golf Women's 2015 Launch Event were treated to a fashion show of the new collection being launch in the spring/summer, followed by a Q&A with LPGA celebrities Jessica Korda and Anna Nordquist, hosted by Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson. After finding out Jessica and Anna's thoughts on the new collection, some things they focus on with their golf game, and funny things they encounter on tours, guests were allowed to take advantage of the simulation bays at Golf & Body NYC while enjoying appetizers and beverages. What a fantastic event and opportunity to mingle with the people who make things happen at Adidas. When asked what she was most proud of, Designer at Adidas, Larissa Grashian says, "In terms of the collections... I am super proud of the ability for us to push silhouettes. In the first collection we played around with collarless tops. The second we had a a peplum top that is longer and leaner than a typical polo. In the third collection we played around with the racerback. I also would say I am proud overall of color. We were able to bring wearable and bright colors to the table. Lastly I am SUPER proud of the fabrics we used. Fabrics that are soft and not the typical polyester hand you find in the golf market. I think they are feminine and that was one of the biggest changes we had in the line." As always, here are Dee's Top 3 things, I love and can't wait to get my hands on: 1. I'm a big fan of visors, and absolutely love the springtime yellow and the feminine cut floral flair shorts. A classy but cute look. 2. You know those days when you don't want to wear the formal golf shirt? I do. That's why I love this outfit, it's comfy and flirty. 3. I absolutely adore these ballerina look mesh summer shoes. I would take one in every color. I mentioned earlier that this event was genius and promised to tell you why, but first... let me take a selfie. Ha! I couldn't resist. Lauren Thompson, she's awesome! Okay, back to why this event was so brilliant. Ask yourself, what are some things women love? We love to shop! Especially for things that make us look amazing. If the golf industry wants to get more women in the game, what better way to do it than to focus on fashion. Not only did Adidas Golf bring a group of strong, smart, beautiful women together but they brought them to a ultra-premium club to give them fitness tips to help them look great, perfect their game, and made them feel like VIPs with a golf inspired fashion show, some great pieces to take home to flaunt to their friends, and eagerly anticipate when they can spend on the new collection for next season (because none of us want to be caught on or off the course in last year's style). BRILLIANT! Hey! We are the population that is stereotyped for spending SO much money. Give us the shapes, fabrics, and style that will make us look better than the average. Keep that glam on the course and off.
  7. Let's face it, getting dressed for golf these days can be a costly endeavor. If you're not aware the MBP is a very frugal shopper, some will say cheap, I choose to think of it as budget conscious decisions. So looking through my closet and at recent purchases I came to realize I have some nice golf clothes and didn't pay a ton. And it dawned on me - why am I not sharing this in case it can give others ideas. So starting today I'll be keeping this as a running thread of all my golf wardrobe fashion finds and deals. To kick us off I give you the sub $50 outfit: Shirt by RW&Co on sale $24 - http://www.rw-co.com/Short-sleeve-polo-with-woven-collar/725983,default,pd.html?dwvar_725983_color=Evening%20blue&start=7 A reinvented classic, thanks to its contrasting woven collar and button placket. Regular fit Tailored collar Chest buttoned pockets Pants by Haggar "Cool 18" Flat front straight fit - On sale at Costco for $15 http://www.haggar.com/product/index.jsp?productId=32413636&cp=4011449.32728136&cp=4011449.32728136 No Iron Moisture Wicking Comfort Stretch Fabric Belt by Social Era $10 - http://social-era.myshopify.com/collections/all Silicone 4cm strap that is infused with vanilla scent - plastic buckle in the same color way as the strap
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