Fall Golf Apparel Trends
Fall Golf Apparel Trends
As the days grow shorter and temperatures drop, golfers can find some of the best conditions of the year out on the course. Warm fall days are perfect for midday and late afternoon golf, with little risk of precipitation and unpredictable weather.
The trick to fall golf is dressing the part by choosing the right ladies’ golf clothes and wearing plenty of layers in the right styles to keep you looking great while being prepared for any range of conditions.
Ladies golf apparel for fall includes accessories such as hats, gloves, and scarves as well. And you’ll need a reusable water bottle and bag for storing your cleats. You can keep it all together in a golf tote that doubles as a purse off the course.
Shorts and a long-sleeve shirt: Ensure that you look cool and stay warm both on and off the course. Instead of pairing long pants with a short-sleeve shirt, try the opposite: knee-length shorts with a long-sleeve shirt (and a short-sleeve shirt or tank underneath). A long-sleeve shirt helps keep your core warm while knee-length shorts give your outfit style and provide some much-needed air circulation without taking heat away from your core.
Professional looking skorts on and off the course: Do you like to grab a round of golf on your lunch break? You don’t need to waste precious time changing clothes when you wear a golf skort to the office. Try pairing a slightly longer skort with a matching blazer for work, and simply exchanging the blazer for a ladies’ golf jacket when it’s time to play.
Slimming pants: Women’s golf pants offer a comfortable way to warm up or wind down from any golf game, and in the fall months golf pants may be necessary to stay warm and prevent injury throughout the game. A pair of slimming golf pants ensures that you’re always prepared in style with fashion warm-ups that easily slip on and off over your shoes.
Comfortable jackets: If you play golf on a fall morning or evening, or if you play into the colder winter months, you’ll inevitably need a golf jacket. In some climates a warm-up jacket will suffice, while in others you’ll need a waterproof shell that blocks out wind and moisture. Look for a lightweight jacket that provides a lot of warmth and still leaves you with plenty of freedom to move.
Warm weather accessories: Hats, gloves, and scarves can be worn with style on and off the course this fall. Try wearing two golf gloves instead of one when the weather turns, and a warm golf beanie with a brim instead of a cap or visor. A fashion scarf can be a lightweight solution to keeping a cool fall breeze from sending a chill down your neck.