Devereux made its splash into golf in 2013, dubbing itself the maker of "proper threads," not just for golf, but off the course as well. Robert Brunner, the mind behind Devereux, always keeps in mind form, function and versatility in his designs. He wants his clothes to look good during the round and wherever a player goes afterward.
He's done that again with his Fall 2014 collection, again appealing to the vintage looks that have inspired his fashion vision. This time, Brunner's looked toward a particular time and place for his inspiration: mid-20th century Miami.
The theme throughout the collection isn't the loud color that's become pervasive in the game, but rather more-muted tones that still stand out, often with complementing colorways. Horizontal stripes are back, reminding us a little of '80s fashion, but updated with a classy, modern feel. The threads work on the course and, with a sweater or blazer over top of them, they work most anywhere later in the day.
Devereux's cut is a modern one, meaning most guys should go up a size for a good fit -- not loose, not tight. In case you haven't noticed, baggy's been out for a while on the course and it's a frumpy look off of it.
Brunner uses a nice mix of fabrics throughout the collection, ranging from a thinner, lighter material in the Brunner to an always-right mix on the new Charles. After all, autumn can bring unexpected heat or cold, so your clothing choices have to reflect that variability. Throw on a Devereux Arthur or Haimes V-neck sweater and you'll be all set.
Devereux is a luxury brand, so you're not going to get it on the clearance rack. You're investing in unique clothing; expect to pay a premium. Shirts come in at $85, with sweaters in the $140 range. It's worth it for a standout look.
The Fall collection is available at select golf shops and on Devereux's website.