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Devereux Ups the Ante for Style on and Off the Course
John Torsiello
By John Torsiello
Published on 01/19/2015

Devereux Ups the Ante for Style on and Off the Course

Devereux, founded in 2013 in Los Angeles, Ca. to offer a premium, contemporary line of men’s golfwear, offers the Proper Collection, which was designed with an eye on fashions of the past and pairing a colorway fitting for the fall and winter seasons.

Inspiration for this collection comes from Miami in the 1950s and 1960s, and the company’s vision was to capture the mood of that era 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 of that specific time and place.

The Brunner shirt returns with the additional colors of claret and evergreen. Always a staple, the Brunner features a thinned-out, four-button placket, button-down spread collar, and the Devereux signature pocket on the left chest.

A continuation from the company’s Spring 2014 collection, the Lindley shirt is a classic three-button stretch pique made of 96 percent Pima Cotton and 4 percent 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 attention. 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.
The Charles is colorful polo intended for the nicer courses on your play list. It’s a sophisticated piece that you might see in an upscale Manhattan lounge or on a breezy Carmel course. Attention to detail and a bold contrast cut-and-sew chest piece make it stand out.

The Jahan is a beautiful-yet-quite-casual piece that looks fitting on the course or in either an East or West Coast environment. A well-fit polo with a conservative print, it’s offered in many color options.

A timeless and classic look, the Joseph is a shirt designed for elegance. Attractive contrast piping in subtle colorways make it perfect to pair with trousers or a sport coat. Its extended placket elevates the sophisticated look for which it was intended for.

      The William is a modified look inspired from the company’s Spring 2014 bestseller. The pocket and button-down collar give it a buttoned-up look, while added chest stripes introduce a casual aesthetic.


   New this season, the Devereux Prescott pant offers a clean and sleek look. Its narrow fit was designed for functionality, while maintaining an acceptable look, whether on the course or at the office. The Prescott is available in claret, steel and graphite.

     The Haimes and Arthur sweaters remain in the lineup in steel and navy. The Haimes is a lightweight sweater that features a V-neck and ribbed trim. The Arthur, meanwhile, is a lightweight sweater made of an 85 percent Pima Cotton and 15 percent Baby Alpaca blend. It features a V-neck with contrasting trim.

       The Devereux collection can be found at better clubs, resorts and specialty retailers abroad. To view the full Fall collection and Fall “lookbook,” visit