Find the fashion trends of the PGA Show 2022 on FairwayStyles

When it comes to the year ahead in golf, many are looking to industry insiders at the PGA Show, which this year took place in Orlando in January. It’s your chance to hear from golf experts and pros about upcoming industry trends in everything from new equipment and products to events and rising stars.

For fashion lovers, however, one of the biggest highlights is the PGA Show Live Fashion Show, which not only showcases selected brands and designers at the show, but also gives insight into the styles and trends you can expect to see on the golf course. for the coming year.

We dive into some of the trends that emerged at the show and tell you how to shop new items yourself at FairwayStyles, which is the place to find some of the best stylish and on-trend golf apparel. brands.

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For women’s fashion, it’s all about colorful comfort

On the PGA Show catwalk, women’s clothing was fashionable and functional. Many designers have found inspiration in off-course trends, but transformed them in perfect ways for the golf course. Dresses, skirts and tops in bold colorful prints stole the show. But not only were these pieces fashionable, they were also made with UV and moisture-wicking materials.

A brightly colored RLX Golf skirt, available at FairwayStyles.

RLX Women’s Printed Golf Skort – Abstract Palm Trees

There are several brands on FairwayStyles that offer women’s clothing in the same fun and bright designs seen on the PGA Show runway. Brands like J.Lindeberg Golf, PUMA, Sofibella and RLX Golf have women’s options in breathable materials with prints that show personality and style that will stand out on the golf course, clubhouse or even just to shop.

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The RLX Golf Printed Skort in a fun patchwork pattern, for example, brings together vibrant spring colors in a design that showcases a range of patterns that are popular for 2022. Pair it with any solid color top and you have a great golf course look. .

For a walk on the wild side, J.Lindeberg’s 2022 collection features colorful animal print designs available in tops, quarter zips, dresses and skirts. Designed to mix and match with other pieces in the collection, there are endless outfits to create using their 2022 prints, like this blue leopard print sleeveless golf shirt.

Men’s Golf Clothing Goes Bold

Two emerging trends in the world of men’s golf apparel featured at the PGA Show Live Fashion Show were prints and patterns, and clothing with a little humor. In recent years in particular, FairwayStyles has seen menswear go beyond solids and neutrals.

It is now a trend to experiment with brighter colors and more vibrant prints. Some of the recommended brands for stylishly patterned golf shirts are Johnnie-O, for fashion with a West Coast sensibility, or Bonobos, for prints in classic, tailored fits.

Johnnie-O Birdie PrepFormance Chelsea Print Shirt

Johnnie-O Birdie PrepFormance Chelsea Print Shirt

The PGA Show runway also featured cheeky humorous apparel that will particularly appeal to the younger generation of golfers who aren’t afraid to show a little personality. For those golfers, there’s Devereaux, an emerging brand that infuses humor with their well-made apparel. The label is known for its comedic range of “G*LF” clothing and accessories, like this black t-shirt.

For guys who are just dipping their toes into the pattern world, there’s the Birdie PrepFormance Polo Shirt in a palm pattern. But if you’re not a fan of flora and fauna designs and are more interested in a contemporary or futuristic print, the Galvin Green Mathew Shirt might be for you.

If we can learn anything from fashion at the PGA Show 2022, it’s that this is the year to go big and bold. Find the pieces and brands that speak to you on FairwayStyles and hit the golf course this year in style.

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