Much like underground cage-fighting, compiling the perfect ensemble usually requires flexible limbs, a balanced and stable knowledge of styles and a willingness to go toe-to-toe with others in cramped, fluorescently-lit rooms. Save yourself the knock-down drag-out and pay R240 for a pair of PING ladies capris and a PING ladies golf shirt from Leisure Brands.
The apparel-artists formerly known as Leisure Knit, Leisure Brands have been kitting out the chic and fashionable in high-quality couture since the early nineties. Supplying top-quality international and local brands to businesses all over the apparel-sphere, it’s not just their devotion to fresh styles and high-grade fabric that keeps the customers coming back. Going above and beyond the fashionably-bored norms of the industry, they offer personalised service and an attention to detail not even ship-in-a-bottle builders could claim, continually setting the bar higher.
Similarly, PING clothing offers luxurious fabrics formed into clothing with more performance capability than a F1 racer. With a cornucopia of comfortable classics and well-fitting fashion basics to feed hungry closets with, they make it easy to dress your best without tripping you up with pencil skirts so tight you have to mince your steps. A long legacy in golf adds a bit of unique flavour to the exclusive designs and there are few things that scream lazy day on the green louder or more resonantly than a golf shirt teamed with a stylish and well-fitting pair of capris. Not only is the chic signature apparel carefully crafted and comfortable, the luxurious fabrics will have your skin metaphorically singing hallelujahs.
Perfect for a day playing bumper-cars with golf-carts or long summer staring contests with obstinate air conditioners, the capris and golfers are ideal warm-weather wear. Considering PING is also the clothing of choice for the winner of a grocery list of golf Opens, the chic ensemble is great for giving off that I succeed at everything air.
Clothing Fact: Before the Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests, it was used for fashion shows for new age styles. The introduction of the feather boa, then manufactured with pigeon feathers, was amongst some of the most praised fashions showcased.