TREND REPORT: Highlights from 2019's Polo forecast

Posted April 11, 2019 by Aja Norman

Color-ways, Prints and Reimagined Necklines

With the sunny spring season comes new beginnings, growth, and serene vibes. Fully inspired by nature, get ready to embrace a fresh palette, soft patterns, and details that provide comfort from the first drive to the last hole. Read on as we review the latest spring trends in golf shirts.

  • Living Coral, Patone's 2019 Color of the Year will be widely used. This color pops up in our WNS8K466 Women's Greg Norman Play Dry® Foreward Series Polo pictured below in Coral Sun.
  • Additional colors from Pantone's Spring report include power shades like Jester Red (a deeper shade of Red), Pepper Stem (from the moss green family), and Princess Blue (inline with Royal color-ways).

From left to right: WNS8K466 in Coral Sun, 2621 in Moss, 2471 in Royal.

  • In the neutral zone, Eclipse (more of a True Navy color) and brown are a alongside lighter beiges and tans.
  • Moving on to prints, the Modern Heritage collection pictured below features a softer plaid print and subtle textures.
  • An allover tonal palm print is an understated way to bring the floral print trend to corporate casual clothing.

From left to right: 2795 in True Navy, GNS9K513 in Aurora Blue, 1880 in Sunset Orange.

  • Be prepared to see non-traditional and unexpected details in construction and styling.
  • Button-down collars give off a sportswear look, while zip necks and snap plackets provide a variety of neck line options.
  • Collarless golf shirts as well as full-button polos inspire a more laid-back mood with modern quality.

From left to right: 2470 in Royal, WNS8K465 in Black, GNS9K506 in White.

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About The Author

Aja Norman is the Marketing and Events Coordinator for Vantage Apparel. When she isn't working on campaigns and events, she enjoys reading Stephen King novels and taking epic rides on her longboard.

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