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Glenmuir brings catwalk & high street fashion to the Fairway
08
Apr '11
Lady golfers can take flashes of catwalk glamour to the course this season with the superb new Ladies Collection from Glenmuir.

The Lanark, Scotland-based company introduces a total of six new Ladies Shaped Fit Shirts for Spring 2011, with fashionable filigree-inspired embroidery on four gorgeous new co-ordinated products.

The elegant and stretchable 'Marcia' polo features an understated embroidered butterfly on the breast pocket and back yoke, with a rounded collar and contrast piping on the cuffs, collar and deep placket. Available in White/Hot Pink, Winter White/Peapod and Yellow/White and in a neat, shaped fit, this beautiful shirt will grace any fairway.

The 'Carla' performance polo features swirling embroidery on the right side, stylish gathering on the shoulders panels and yoke, a six button placket and the Hi-Cool moisture management system. Colour choices range from the bright Hot Pink/Glamour/Light Pink, to the summery Peapod/Winter White/Light Mango and the classic White/Mercury/Yellow.

Both shirts are designed to co-ordinate with the 'Carrie' stretch skort, with embroidery and diamante on the right thigh/hip and the butterfly pattern on the 'Chloe' visor.

Elsewhere, Glenmuir's renowned performance fabric system, Hi-Cool, gives added performance to the new 71% cotton 29% polyester 'Holly' and 'Claudia' shirts.

'Holly' boasts a single button open placket with a self-fabric anti-curl collar and contrast side panels and comes in White/Hot Pink, Peapod/Winter White and Kingfisher/White colour options.

Meanwhile, with its button neck and tailored fit 'Claudia' also has smart contrasting panels and is available in White/Hot Pink, White/Yellow and Winter White/Mango colours.

High-performance moisture wicking and ultra violet protection technology has been employed in the new stretchable 'Florence' and 'Nadine' shirts. Manufactured from a super-comfortable 65% polyester 35% cotton pique, 'Florence' is characterised by contrasting sleeves, shoulders, collar and placket while the solid colour 'Nadine' with its rounded collar has contemporary contrast piping.

For Spring/Summer 2011 Glenmuir offers a fully-coordinating collection of clothes and accessories with three new and modern colour schemes: Hot Summer where bright pink combines with navy, white and stone; Tequila Sunrise, with stunning mango and peapod accent colours against white, khaki and black; and Cool Waves, where vibrant kingfisher blue sits alongside yellow, black, white and mercury.

Glenmuir Ltd

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