Bette & Court has announced some new looks for women golfers (and others with an active lifestyle).
"The Fall 2015 collection combines global inspiration with athletic lines and sporty details. Exotic and graphic prints march to an ethnic, tribal beat in bright, rich colors of the season," says Justina Cordova-Bottomley, Senior Designer at Bette & Court. "Think Mandarin Twist with pops of Margarita and Cornflower, complemented by Sangria. In keeping true to our brand and highlighting the "sportswear as a fashion" trend, we focus on performance and technical fabrics. We cannot stress enough the importance of sun protection, which is why all of our garments are now UPF 30+ and our ever-popular Cool Elements is UPF 50+."
The new collection also includes two new leggings, to keep up with the active lifestyles of Bette & Court customers. The Extension Legging is a practical bottom that gives compression in all the right places. Seamless construction adds perfect flex for any activity; wear them running, to practice yoga, or layered under a skirt while playing nine holes. The Core Legging and matching Core Jacket are fleece lined and warm -- perfect for cooler days. Coordinating performance socks and caps round out the Fall 2015 collection.
"Our mission is to enhance our customer's lives, becoming an everyday pleasure," says Lara Burchfield, Marketing Manager at Bette & Court. "Our products aim to be a woman's go-to within her wardrobe - the metaphorical 'favorite shirt' that feels great, performs well, and makes the wearer feel that she looks terrific. We've positioned ourselves as a consistent, quality product line that enhances a woman's lifestyle through a blend of performance, fashion, leisure and personal comfort. Our clothing always lifts you up and elicits a deep, confident internal smile. It's perfect for active women who seek everyday performance for a wide range of activities, all without foregoing fashion at a competitive price."
Bette & Court is a division of Sport Haley, Inc., located in Denver and sold online and at private and public golf shops throughout the world.
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