About a month ago I wrote about a company that really opened my eyes to the world of female golf fashion. I learned that everything is not just khaki pants and white polos, and I learned that women could actually look like women when they dressing for golf. The company that opened my eyes to this wonderful transformation of female golfwear was PAHR Fairway Essentials. Since their spring line will not be out until February PAHR was kind enough to send us some more items from their fall line.
Before I talk about the clothes let me tell you a little about PAHR, and if you read the first review here is a little refresher:
â€œPAHR Fairway Essentials, founded in San Diego, California, is a fashion conscious, golf inspired clothing brand. The PAHR lifestyle is derived from the trend setters who are focused on having fun while accomplishing their goals. With the emphasis on look, comfort and image of its products, PAHR is setting itself yards apart from the rest. The PAHR mission is to create apparel and accessories representing the individual. Combining comfort and fashion we are creating a look and feel that can be work on and off the course.”
Now that you know more about what PAHR stands for lets take a look at their clothes. We received three new items which just had us salivating for what is to come in spring.
1.Womens Pink PAHRgyle Polo
2.Men’s White Polo with blue piping
3.Men’s Seersucker shorts with red stripe pocket.
First up was the pink PAHRgyle polo. With a name like that how can you not love it? The pink top had a blue and white argyle design with ruffled sleeves for that added feminine touch. I have my reserves when it comes to ruffled anything, sometimes it can be cute and other time I find it overdone and obnoxious. I have also noticed that if the shoulders have too much ruffle it kind of makes you look like a line backer. This polo was right on, the blue in the argyle print subdued the pink coloring of the polo to make it a little less girlie, and the ruffles were subtle flattering. The wore the polo with the white pants I wrote about in the first review, and once again everyone was asking, â€œWhere did you get your clothes?” and â€œWhat brand is that, I have to have it.”
Next up are the two items for the fellas, the white polo with blue accents and seersucker shorts with red striped pockets. When I think of seersucker pants I think of the Kentucky Derby and the deep south, not so much hip fashionable mens golfwear. Once again, PAHR has proved me wrong, these shorts are great! I had a fellow male staff member give them a test run and to no surprise he couldn’t stop raving about them. He said they fit great, sized correctly in the waist, the length was just right, not too long that it looked like capris and not too short that he looked like a basketball player from the ’80s. I also asked him to try out the polo. Being that he has a closet full of tops from several different designers I was not expecting this response, â€œThis is the nicest polo I have ever worn, where can I get more?” I was sold months ago on PAHR and now it seems so is he.
THP, and it’s team of reviewers loved PAHR golf so much we could not have Spring Fashion Week without them. Due to production timing we were unable to do a review on their spring line, but we promise as soon as we get a sneak preview, you will too. PAHR passes THP’s test for the best clothing with flying colors. Their line is stylish, comfortable and truly high quality, not to mention their stellar customer service. The boring days of khaki pants and plain white cotton polos are over, make way for a new era in golfwear, it’s name is PAHR.
With the spring line just a few short months away the fall 08 collection for PAHR is heavily discounted. To take advantage of these great prices check out their site here.