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Devereux debuts aesthetic retro golf collection 'Proper'
Aug '14
Devereux introduced the Proper Collection for Fall of 2014, which was designed looking into fashions of the past and pairing a colorway fitting for this Fall and Winter season.

Inspiration for this collection comes from Miami in the 1950s and 1960s. Our vision was to capture the mood through design. Lush evergreen and cool navy depict the fun-loving beach and resort life, while the deep claret and monochromatic color scheme embark on the dark mood of Miami nights during that time period. The design aesthetic re-introduces the elegant form of outfitting in that specific time and place.

The Proper Collection was created for golfers and travelers. Whether they're in New York City, Miami or Los Angeles, the Proper Collection has garments for each culture. Designed to easily transcend from on-course to off-course or from city to city, this collection offers proper threads - whatever the occasion.

As for styles, the Brunner shirt returns to this collection with the additional colors claret and evergreen. Brunner a staple, the Brunner features a thinned-out, four-button placket, button-down spread collar, and the Devereux signature pocket on the left chest.

Our top-selling Lindley and Oliver shirts are also offered for Fall. A continuation from our Spring 2014 collection, the Lindley is a classic three-button stretch pique made of 96% Pima Cotton and 4% Spandex -- adding a slight stretch for fit and movement. It features a ribbed cut-away collar and the DX emblem on the left chest.

Also a carryover from Spring, the Oliver is designed with a European inspiration. Its overall sleek look and sophisticated contrasting details grab the attention of passers-by. It was created to be worn on- and off-course and looks exceptionally well paired with a jacket.

There are also four new styles -- Charles, Jahan, Joseph and William -- each offered in colorways that feature claret and evergreen.

About Devereux
Founded in 2013 in Los Angeles, Calif., Devereux is a premium, contemporary line of men's golfwear. Offering men "Proper Threads", Devereux provides style and comfort on and off the course. The Devereux collection can be found at better clubs, resorts and specialty retailers abroad.


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