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 CHRISTINA SMITH
 Fashion Editor
 Ladies Golf Today

News and views on the world of ladies' golf fashion
October 30, 2012

 

Continuing her new golf fashion column, Christina Smith, Director of Golf2Golf.co.uk, shares her insight into the golf fashion world this week…

Animal Magic

Indulge your wild side this season as animal print prowls back into the style spotlight. Animal print has long been a favourite and every year reinvents itself in new fresh designs and colour ways. This year is no exception with leopard being the principal pattern in favour! Subtle accessories such as warm winter gloves and hats are the easiest route to instant chic. The key is to be careful not to overload your prints but balance them with neutral colours and conservative classics to create a stylish on trend look. Also mixing prints such as leopard and zebra never works.

Single images of animals are also massive for this autumn. Having one large image on a top such as an animal head or wearing smaller prints such as leopard is also very flattering.

As animal designs are so strong on the high street your animal print golf apparel and accessories are equally at home both on and off the golf course. So this autumn go wild exploring all the options available with this timeless and feminine classic!

There are plenty of colourful choices available so indulge your wild side and visit www.surprizeshop.co.uk for ideas!

Calling all Lady Captains... competition time!

Are you your club's Lady Captain for 2013? If so you can enter our free competition to win £300 worth of fashion gifts and prizes!

Simply send an email to Christina@golf2golf.co.uk and your name will be entered into the prize draw. Good luck!

FASHION FOR THE FAIRWAYS

ProQuip launches new stretch Isla Ladies Tourflex Wind 360

ProQuip, the world's leading innovator of lightweight golf weatherwear, has launched a new windproof jacket for women, the Isla Ladies Tourflex Wind 360.

Combining a slim fit design with a four-way stretch fabric, which moves naturally with the golfer, ProQuip's new ultra-lightweight Isla Ladies Tourflex Wind 360 is supremely soft offering golfers ultimate comfort and complete protection from gales.

Manufactured by the Scottish golf outerwear specialist using exclusively developed ultra-quiet highly breathable fabric, the garment and water-repellent will also keep golfers dry in light showers.

Russell Brooks, ProQuip General Manager, said: "The Isla Ladies Tourflex Wind 360 is produced from highly technical crease-free fabric, which makes the garment look elegant and new whether worn on or off the course."

The new windproof jacket is available in a range of striking colours (Purple; Cyan; Black and White) and sizes (XS-XXL), with an SRP of just £69. For more information, visit www.proquipgolf.com , call 01387 382861 or follow ProQuip on twitter: @ProQuipGolf

Keep your best assets in check!

Let's face it when it comes to golf apparel most of us ladies love to shop the perfect gear to help us swing freely while looking great. But how many of us actually think about our under garments?

Wearing the right type of bra is just as important as wearing the right shoes. Not only will it allow you swing freely but it will give that all-important support that will protect you from injury.

Leading lingerie brand Royce has just launch a new 'Impact Free' sports bra designed for the lady with larger assets (bra size D-K). It features firm straps and a wire underband for extra support as you swing. It is seamfree to eliminate irritation and has a concealed back fastener to improve comfort. The bra has moulded inner cups to give maximum support. It's also made from a special cotton that encourages perspiration to be naturally wicked away from the skin.

The Royce Impact Free Sports bra is available in black, white and grey, sizes 28-40, D-K. For information, pricing and stockists visit: www.royce-lingerie.co.uk









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