May 13 will be here before we know it. If that date isn’t ringing a bell, you’re reading this at the right time: it’s Mother’s Day. Now that it’s on your radar, let’s get started planning something special.
This year you can skip the last-minute gift scramble and show your appreciation for the special mother in your life by setting up a day she’ll remember.
How about brunch at the clubhouse overlooking luscious green fairways with a glass of rosé, followed by a friendly family competition with a leisurely 18 holes?
But first, let’s make sure she has something special to wear. For moms who golf, or for moms who just love high-quality clothes, choose from dozens of styles that are sure to be a hit. These shorts, skorts, polos, and jackets come in flattering fits and fabrics that transition well from travel to golf to her favorite restaurant.
Take a swing at this: Between now and Mother’s Day, use promo code MOM18 to get 20% off all clothing in our Ladies’ and ANNIKA collections.
Here are a few pieces to help create a look she’ll love. (They also pair well with her rosé.)
A bit of spandex creates a moves-with-you fabric, while a broad waistband adds to the ultimate comfort. The hidden side pocket maintains flattering lines. These shorts have UPF 50+ for sun safety and come in 5 classic shades that are easy to mix and match.
Try this print polo for a bit of subtle fun. Moisture-wicking fabric and light colors will keep her cool on hot days, while the UPF 50+ fabric keeps her skin healthy.
This is made for the woman who loves the feel of fresh air on her bare arms. The self-fabric collar with four-button placket and tonal, micro-striped polo offers classic good looks in an all important lightweight polo.
Have you heard of camouflaged camouflage? This subtle camo jacquard pattern is perfect for the woman who loves understated accents with a bit of flair. Moisture-wicking fabric keeps skin dry on humid days.
Whether you’re sharing a meal, sharing a golf cart, or sharing a phone call with mom, make Mother’s Day special this year.