Devereux, since its founding two years ago by brothers Robert and Will Bruner has shown golfers that stylish doesn’t need to mean outlandish and contemporary can mean “Proper Threads” with sophisticated comfort.
Their Spring 2015 Christina O Collection shows these principles quite well. The collection takes its inspiration from the Greek countryside and architecture plus the tranquility of the Aegean combined with what Devereux describes as “the daring gentleman that was Aristotle Onassis.”
Christina O polos include:
Luna – A lightweight cut-and-sew polo that is a play on the Brunner shirt. Its top cut-and-sew piece contrasts with fashion colors.
Aristotle – The most unique shirt in this collection. Inspired by the waves of the sea featuring a waved cut-and-sew piece across the chest, comes in many colorways and is perfect for travels to any resort.
Delphine – A modern shirt with a bold print across the chest, it brings the collection a modern flare via a unique, two-color contrasting print. A very playful and easy-going piece for the course or beach.
EOS – This simple printed shirt is inspired by sailors and their boats. It features a very nautical look, with its color palette and striped print work. Whether sailing or getting ready for a round of golf at your favorite resort, this shirt is a go-to.
Argo – Timeless, it’s the collection’s most detailed shirt. It’s a revamped version of the white collar polo, featuring a hidden button-down collar and self-fabric piping — for a sophisticated look. After 18 holes, you’re ready to sit down at a five-course dinner in this classic shirt.
Brunner – The Brunner remains a staple for Spring featuring every color from the collection.