What to wear to the Masters: 3 men’s looks to ensure you arrive in style

Three looks to keep you in style at the year's first major.


Heading down to Augusta, Georgia this week? Lucky you! Of course, you’re going to want to dress the part, and if you’re not quite sure what that looks like, we’ve got you covered. Here are three looks we love for any golf event, but especially the year’s first major championship.

Vintage Casual

We love the idea of leaning into the history of the Masters Tournament with your outfit. Opt for a vintage or vintage-inspired outfit that pays homage to the golfers of yesteryear.

We love the idea of a retro-looking short-sleeved button-down paired with pleated shorts and some casual kicks.

Ray-Ban Classic Wayfarers

These casual black sunglasses are a classic style that will pair back to any look.

Abercrombie Tipped Button-Through Sweater Polo

This green and white sweater polo looks vintage and matches Augusta National’s famous green jacket.

Four Majors Ribbon Golf Belt

This ribbon belt features the famed prizes of the four majors — a perfect subtle style to wear to the year’s first major championship.

Madewell Pleated Cotton-Linen Shorts

These five and a half inch inseam shorts feature plenty of pockets and classic pleating, which add a bit of refinement to any outfit.

Adidas Original Samba

These trendy soccer-turned-streetwear shoes look cool and feel comfy.

Laid-back Athletic

Sure, you’re going to the Masters, but you’re not playing in the Masters. You don’t need to look extra golf-y. It’s acceptable to wear a casual t-shirt and shorts, but we suggest leaning into the theme of the event.

We love this Jack Nicklaus t-shirt paired back with some pastel shorts since it is the spring season.

Metalwood Blades Dad Hat

We love this casual if-you-know-you-know golf hat for its simplicity.

Nicklaus ’86 T-Shirt

This shirt depicts one of the most iconic moments in golf history – when the G.O.A.T, Jack Nicklaus, sunk his birdie putt to take the lead, and ultimately clench his historic 18th Major Championship at the age of 46.

Nike Club Men’s Woven Flow Shorts

These durable cotton canvas shorts are finished with a heavy wash to add soft texture and a bit of nostalgia to your look.

On Cloudnova running shoes

These sporty white sneakers look great with any outfit.

Preppy Cool

Maybe you like the idea of looking a little more polished out there — it is the Masters after all! If so, you can tuck in your shirt and rock a pair of loafers instead of sneakers. You’ll still feel comfortable while looking like you might walk into the clubhouse at any moment. Don’t try that.

Opt for pastel colors to lean into the spring-forward feel exuded by Augusta National. We love this limited-edition Criquet polo as it features an embroidered azalea flower on the chest!

Garrett Leight Coopers S Sunglasses

These timeless brown shades have a semi-square frame and a polarized lens.

Criquet Limited Edition Performance Players Azalea

The Criquet Performance Players Azalea polo is a great addition for your wardrobe. It wicks moisture away from the skin to keep it cool and dry throughout the day. It also provides stretch for a comfortable fit and movement without restriction. The polo is made with cotton/polyester for machine washing, durability, and a soft feel. Design details include removable collar stays, a buttoned chest pocket for small accessories, and a 4-button placket for closure adjustability.
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Peter Millar Salem Performance Short

These are performance golf shorts that don’t necessarily look like golf shorts, so we love them as an option to wear to an event.

FH Wadsworth Green Stretch Belt

This Augusta-green stretch belt is a no-brainer for the Masters.

Cole Haan Men’s Grand Laser Penny Driver

These premium leather driving loafers have a casual-yet-dress feel, perfect to wear if you don’t like the sneaker look.

Wear these looks as styled above or use them as a reference point as you begin to pack your bags for the trip to Georgia.

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Emily Haas

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