Creamer adds spunk to Women’s Open

Paula Creamer once again dazzled us in pink. Not only did she win the U.S. Women’s Open last weekend – her first major championship – but she won my “best dressed” award. Not to be blinded by her incredible game – she looked hot!

If you are in search of Paula’s final-round outfit, she was wearing the new Adidas ClimaCool Soft Touch 3-Stripes polo, which retails for $60. Accompanied with the ClimaCool skort in white, which retails for $65.

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Paula Creamer won the U.S. Women's Open at Oakmont

“Unfortunately, you can’t purchase the ‘Paula signature’ because it was just made for her,” said TaylorMade-Adidas Golf public relations supervisor Sandy Lane. “However, it is offered in four colors including white/krypton and retails for $120 and features the advanced ThiNTech low profile technology, which brings the golfer 32 percent closer to the ground and is exclusive to Adidas Golf.”

Creamers outfits are available at www.shop.adidasgolf.com.

Fashion wise, this goes down as one of the greatest LPGA tournaments for fashion. There were colors, styles and patterns we haven’t seen these girls sport.

  • Suzann Petersen wore flattering and ultra-cool Nike skort and bright polos.
  • Christina Kim was back with her black and white Jamie Sadock number, accessorized with a stylish fedora hat, neon Pilla shades, wallet chains, money clips, big belt buckles and dangle earrings.
  • Na Yeon Choi wore Ian Poulter-esque slacks.
  • And it was particularly nice seeing Natalie Gulbis back and looking fab in her signature black Adidas ensemble.

These wardrobe choices are drawing an audience and it is just what the LPGA needs – spunky, hip, stylish players looking as vibrant as they did last week. Let’s keep this trend going.

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