TrendyGolf: Is Navy the New Black?

The question, “is ____ the new black?” has been around for ages. The fashion world has been struggling to find the answer, but this season the everlasting question has finally been answered. Yes, NAVY is the new black!

Navy is considered the most flattering color in the book. When worn in replacement of black, your entire outfit becomes less harsh. This allows the outfit to easily transfer from a day-time outfit to a night-time outfit.

Not only does navy flatter everyones body type, navy also pairs well with any skin tone and hair color. There is no need to worry about getting “washed out” by the intense black anymore!

When navy is paired with brights, the color adds an eye-catching contrast while still showing a casual yet playful look. This color will not only show personality, but will look sophisticated and professional at the same time.

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Navy is a softer neutral than black. This color is so easy to wear allowing it to be even more versatile than the go-to black. Go ahead and buy some of our navy items this season, this adaptable color is not going out of style any time soon!

Shop all Navy clothing and accessories at TrendyGolf today!

The idea of TrendyGolf began back in January 2004 when a couple of self-confessed golf nuts were discussing the new designer brand ‘look’ that was winding its way on to golf courses all over the world. TrendyGolf is not just aimed at the fashionable golfer; it is an institution that wants to bring the latest designs from the trendiest designers around the world, to the fore front of fashion, both on and off course. It’s all about confidence and with TRENDYGOLF.COM as your personal tailor, you’ll be one up on the first tee against your uninspiring opponent.

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