Hot, cold, no problem with Antigua’s ladies layer and peel options. Start with the soft and sophisticated, yet near neon shades of solids, stripes or stylish insets mixed with all the neutrals of old in Antigua’s apparel lines. The cinch skort clinches a flirty look in a comfy fabric. It is an easy slip on and off design with strings on both front sides to pull or cinch for fit and rippled bottom styling. It is eye catching and fun to wear, matched with the flirt sleeveless shirt or exceed.
This is the first layer that feels great on the skin and looks pretty to peel down to as the day warms up. For morning warmth on the legs, pull on Ladyskinz leggings with a comfortable band on the upper thigh. Peel off when it warms up. Once you try them, you may never wear pants again.
The Hero Tee has long sleeves that can go underneath any piece for added warmth and removed during the round if no longer needed.
Layer over the top with Antigua’s long sleeve Exceed shirt. Add a matching Enchant v-neck sweater for a collegiate appeal. For the outer layer, Antigua offers seven choices! The Women’s Signature Hood is a soft fleece option. Women’s Tradition is a pullover with half sleeve that is water resistant. Women’s Leader is a heavy pullover. Women’s Succeed is a brushed back jersey front fleece long sleeve pullover. Women’s Rendition features Desert Dry™ Xtra-Lite D²XL moisture management interlock for water resistance in a long sleeve full zip jacket. Women’s Traverse is a bonded fleece back jacket with side hand & chest zip pockets, stand up collar.
Finally, the Women’s Dexterity Jacket is a jersey face micro with fleece back, full zip front, tall collar, invisible right chest pocket and side zip hand pockets. Pick any style in multiple colors. If this layering isn’t enough, have Hot Hands ready in the bag to break out for almost instant warming. Pass them around the foursome. Hot hands, Ladyskinz and Antigua to layer and peel – that is the name of the temperature control game in any season.
by Alice Scott
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