As you may know, I’ve been learning how to play golf and I’m so glad that I decided to pick up this sport. Of course, Tyler was the one that heavily influenced me – I mean, he played D1 golf during his college years. I knew that if I didn’t learn how to play golf, I might never see Tyer on the weekends. One part of me is glad that I don’t see him on the weekends because I use my weekends to work on my blog, but another part wants to spend time with him.
Golf has been great – there are so many benefits to golf, which I’ll make a blog post about it later. There is one problem with golf, especially female golfers – most of the clothes are not cute. You might disagree, but I feel like most golf clothes for women are either plain (which is fine since I have a pretty simple style) or have way too much going on. It’s hard to find a medium.
Nonetheless, I wanted to show you my current favorite golf outfit for women!
Tivvit gifted me this outfit for their Style Me Series
Tivvit is a peer-to-peer shopping app. What does that mean? Well, you can get recommendations from others for fashion advice, or you can send recommendations to the community. The best part – you earn a commission!
Most shopping platforms that give a commission usually requires you to have a large following on social media. What’s great about Tivvit is that you don’t need to have a large following! Anyone can join. This is perfect if you have family or friends that are always asking for fashion advice in the group chat. I know my mom was looking for an outfit to wear for our Thanksgiving dinner.
I posted on Tivvit asking for some golf clothes recommendations and they recommended me this Tory Burch shirt and skirt. Prior to using the app and now having friends who are female golfers, I would constantly ask Tyler what I can and can’t wear to play golf. Although, he’s a guy and what does he know about women’s fashion, right?
I told Tyler that I needed photos taken in this outfit and he told me to come up to his golf club Desert Forest to take them. Originally, I was planning on going to a driving range early in the morning (when no one is there) and take them on a tripod, but Tyler insisted that I take it at his club. Of course, how do I say no to that? His golf club is so beautiful.
I think Tyler can officially add “Creative Director” to his resume since these photos were his ideas. Tyler even told me where to stand and offered to retake as many as we need in order to get the perfect shot. Let me tell everyone that this is definitely a first. He’s usually the type that takes 3 photos and calls it a day – probably why I spend more time with my tripod than Tyler sometimes, haha.
We spent the rest of the day practicing and playing a few holes at his golf club.
I hope you enjoy these photos!