Lady golfers looking to add an extra feminine touch to their on-course attire this season should look no further than Glenmuir’s brand new ‘Tillie’ shirt and ‘Tallulah’ skort.
The company has introduced the new products as part of its comprehensive Spring/Summer 2012 collection and they feature a pretty forget-me-not design which is sure to turn heads on the fairway or in the clubhouse.
Part of Glenmuir’s Shaped Fit Shirt range for ladies, ‘Tillie’ is made from 95% cotton and 5% elastane pique with subtle gathering at the cuff and bust. Two multi-colourways are available each with the floral design printed all over, contrast colour on the collar and cuffs and a mock button placket.
The shirt is priced £41 coordinates perfectly with the limited edition ‘Tallulah’ stretch skort in comfortable 97% cotton and 3% elastane which has the forget-me-not design embroidered around the hem and waistband tee pocket.
Available in four fabulous colours ‘Tallulah’ is priced £54 and features lightweight jersey shorts attached underneath.
Lady golfers also have the opportunity to complete their stylish forget-me-not look with the ‘Chloe’ cotton visor, which is now available with the design embroidered on the peak.
The cotton visor comes in two colours to coordinate with the ‘Tillie’ shirt and ‘Tallulah’ skirt and has an elasticated, adjustable cable back for a great fit.
Based in Lanark, Scotland, Glenmuir’s new Spring/Summer 2012 catalogue features more than 130 products for Men, Lady and Junior golfers.
Fashion, styling, colour and performance are at the heart of the product range development, with two brand new contemporary colour palettes – Provence (blacks, winter whites, purple and pink); Antigua (navy, blue and white).
Tillie: RRP £41: Colours – Winter White/Iris/Rose; White/Lagoon/Navy; Sizes XS-XL
Tallulah: RRP £54: Colours – Winter White/Iris/Rose; Iris/Winter White/Rose; White/Lagoon/Navy; Lagoon/White/Cobalt; SizesUK8-18
Chloe: RRP £10: Colours – Iris; Lagoon; One Size
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