Less Sticking, More Wicking
Neutrals and khakis eventually lost their flame as golfers were ready to bring some color back into the game. Women began to push the boundaries of country club and resort golf standards choosing clothing that fit their desire to wear fabrics and cuts that could perform just as well as they did.
As sleeve lengths shrank, companies began to focus on using more breathable, moisture-wicking fabrics like polyester.
And then there were hats. Visors were all the women wore for years, but something about this decade’s sporty trend had some women doing away with the visor and preferring a hat instead.