The PGA and LPGA Go For Antigua
Daffodils, tulips and pretty Antigua Sportswear are springing up everywhere.
Check out Tom Pernice Jr. with his matching caddy at the Conquistador Classic in Tucson on St. Patrick’s Day, going green. The green goes every day, very close to the Pantone color of the year shade. He’s not the only pro to go Antigua this spring.
Giulia Molinari was true blue to Antigua at the Symetra tour at Longbow Golf Club. Winning a car for a hole in one a couple years ago still makes her smile as does the style and comfort of her Antigua Wear. Antigua sponsors many PGA and LPGA pros.
Antigua Fashion Travels Well On Any Spring Fling
Her Prints Charming is the Mischief sleeveless polo with asymmetrical large plaid print at top. The warm season begs for sleeveless fashions and designer Danielle Dellios has managed several styles, all which include what she calls, “Goldilocks” sleeve openings. The Avail has a very classic mini textured stripe with no amplifying effects.
For mischief with her Prince Charming, the best of the season graphically is Antigua’s Finesse. The chevron stripes in this year’s rich tones begin dark on top and graduate to white with bright on the bottom in what they call a gradient sublimation print. The Array is very classy with a jacquard print and contrasting taping on the shoulders.
Yes it’s warming up, but to be prepared for the cool morning breeze, she wants the matching long sleeve Sterling or Promenade styles. Zip it with the diamond quilted Gossamer and bubble wrap it up with the Heiress vest in white that goes with all. He is thrilled with the Arctic’s diamond quilted paneling front and back or the Fortune heather pullover with a solid zip pocket on the arm sleeve.
Antigua designers led by Sean Gregg never fail to surprise with new textures ahead of trends. Look at the Jewel for her, which is a variation of the past seasons’ Gem, a flowing jacquard print knit fabric in short sleeve or sleeveless that flows over the body. We notice others trying to emulate, but no can do folks.WHAT'S YOUR REACTION?