2008 Masters Couture

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The cropped jacket was a popular look on Monday when cool temperatures and brisk winds required layers. Karen Green of Greenville, S.C., wore an ensemble from Harold’s in Greenville: leaf-print capris, a brown cotton tank and a short green jacket with safari styling. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Ed Roge, a representative of Rife Putters in Orlando, stood out from the crowd in a sleek black zip-front Harry Vardon shirt with the Rife logo. His buttery-yellow trousers are by Hilit – a German designer. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Jessica Gregory of Chapel Hill, N.C., wore a black, white and baby blue paisley dress topped with a white linen jacket – both by Banana Republic. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Carol Hobbs of McMinnville, Tenn., stayed warm by pairing a navy Cutter & Buck sweatshirt with her plaid skort by Lilly Pulitzer. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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No, he's not a model. Kalle Edberg of Stockholm, Sweden, is a player on the PGA's Challenge Tour in Europe. He's a former member of the Augusta State University golf team who graduated in 2005. On Monday he hit the Augusta National course as a patron wearing classic labels: a Ralph Lauren v-neck sweater over a Lyle & Scott polo and American Eagle plaid shorts. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lori Richardson of Evans wore a polka-dot sundress by London Times and spunky black flats by Paladium. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lori Richardson accessorized her dress with silver jewelry and glamerous large-frame sunglasses by Channel. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Caro Hughes of Augusta stayed warm but still looked chic in her Skirtin Around jacket from Soho in Surrey Center. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Steve Felix Mata of San Diego kicked back outside the clubhouse in tweedy slacks by Rickey Golf and a crisp white windbreaker by FootJoy. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Shannon Zellner continued the black-and-white theme of her outfit with a pair of Steve Madden thongs. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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"I've gotten a lot of comments on this outfit," said Gregory Miller of Augusta who wore a vintage Lacoste sweater and classic Masters straw hat. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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When the sun finally came out about 3 p.m., Wendy Cummings of Augusta was ready in a springy sheer tunic top by Design Works from Nordstrom. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Thomas Burke of Chicago added some glitz to his look with rhinestone-studded Ed Hardy sunglasses purchased in Las Vegas. He earned his blue hat last week Heli Boarding in Haines, Alaska. If you survive the drop from the helicopter at the top of a mountain and snowboard your way down, you're awarded the hat, he said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Shannon Zellner of Grovetown, Ga., topped her ribbon-tied polka-dot blouse and breezy white capris with a classy cotton jacket by Old Navy. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Thomas Burke found his walking stick on the grounds of Augusta National Golf Club. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Jon Horey of Savannah said he received several compliments on his dreadlocks at Monday's practice round. Mr. Horey was following his cousin, amateur Michael Thompson, as he played the course. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Megan Murphy of Charlotte, N.C., added a touch of tie-dye to her outfit with a Banana Republic scarf. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lauren Claffey of Augusta, a junior at University of Georgia, wore a strapless sundress with India-inspired embroidery by Anne Taylor. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Brett Robison's vivid shirt - a cross between hot pink and bright coral is not women's attire, he assured me. "It is male. I verified that by checking the Oakley web site," he said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Brett Robison, of Tulsa, Okla., was brighter than the azaleas on No. 16 in the Oakley polo his wife Heidi picked out for him. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Shai Huffard-King tied her outfit together witha colorful scarf by Oscar de la Renta. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Shai Huffard-King of Savannah dressed in layers to stay warm, but still had to add an aquamarine Masters vest to her ensemble after arriving at the tournament. Her bright green skort is by Ashworth. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lois Thompson of Ontario, Canada, watched the action from the new viewing area on No. 16. She sported a tailored look in her striped slacks by Melanie Lynn and chic brown jacket by Chapter One. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Vernon Irvin looked sharp in a navy blazer by Tom James. His striped shirt and white linen pants are by Everett Hall. Mr. Irvin of Washington, D.C., is executive vice president and chief marketing officer for XM Radio. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lois Thompson accented her outfit with a modern bronze pendant. Her top is by CVC. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Sequins at the neckline added some sparkel to Nichole Jones top by Bisou Bisou. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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"My belt buckle used to be a putter," said Ed Roge. "It was turned into a belt by House of Fleming in Atlanta, which does custom belts for a lot of the PGA Tour players," Mr. Roge said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Renae Avery of Dacula, Ga., wore a striped zip-front jacket and a lace-trimmed v-neck shirt, both by Ralph Lauren. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Nichole Jones of Aiken, S.C., wore striped capris and a flowing green top by Bisou Bisou (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Troy Edelen of San Francisco wore a navy and cornflower-blue argyle sweater by Zara, a Spanish apparel company. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Vicki Hopkins of Greenville, S.C., wore a salmon and white polka-dot blouse by Jones New York over her ivory lace cami by White House Black Market. She purchased her straw hat at the tournament. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Jamie Brill (from left), Laura Rudnick and Rachel Perkins are students at Scholfield Middle School in Aiken. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Jamie Brill (from left), Laura Rudnick and Rachel Perkins bought their breezy patterned sundresses at Dillards. Jamie and Rachel's dresses are by Rudy Rox; Laura's is by Speechless. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Georgia fan: David Callas of Atlanta looked tropical despite chilly temperatures Tuesday morning. His Hawaiian shirt with a University of Georgia logo was actually manufactured in Hawaii by Local Paradise. "There's about six of us out here. This shirt makes me easy to keep up with," said Mr. Callas. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Jennifer Meredith of Augusta added a violet cable-knit sweater from Augusta National Pro Shop to her Curtsey sundress with a geometric paisley print. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Gail Ferrand of New Orleans wore a Ralph Lauren cotton sweater and matching skirt. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Meagan DuBose's large-frame sunglasses are by Coach. She came to the Masters to cheer on Stewart Cink, who attends the same church as her family; Cross Pointe Church in Duluth, Ga., Megan said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Richard Merrill, formerly of Savannah, opted for a modern look with this Banana Republic vest over a long-sleeve polo by Lacoste. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Keaton Sanders' large-link gold necklace with pendant are from Luna - a boutique in Charleston. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Juanita Hall of Graniteville, S.C., wore a calf-length black overcoat by Sandra & Andre with glitzy square gems at the cuffs. She added a splash of color to her black-and-white outfit with an apple green sweater. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Chain, chain chains... Beads and other baubles spaced out on strings and chains were the most popular jewelry accessory at the year's Masters Tournament. Juanita Hall of Graniteville, S.C., wore this strand of silver balls paired with large dangling silver earrings - another trend. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Keaton Sanders of Augusta wore a Diane von Furstenberg dress to Tuesday's practice round. Her purse is by Channel. Her bracelets are by Kenneth J. Lane. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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There are polka dots a plenty at the year's Masters right down to their toes, like these flats worn by Juanita Hall. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Joyce Dross of Augusta look polished in her khaki pinstripe suit with cuffed capri-length trousers. Her suit is from View Collection. Her aqua blue sweater is by Willi Smith. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Mandy Woodring of Mineral Wells, Texas, wore a Gap dress that tied at the waist. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Mandy's large-link silver necklace is by Tiffany & Co. Her sunglasses are by Versace. She completed the look with large leaf-shaped earrings that were lightweight, thin and speckled with pores that allowed sunlight to stream through. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Kristi Atkins of Peachtree City, Ga., matched her Merona argyle sweater from Target with a stylish strand of matching beads. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Mille Witmer of Atlanta is a representative for Etcetera a designer collection sold via trunk shows. On Tuesday she wore an Etcetera ensemble: white denim capris with a cropped jacket with a ruffled neckline. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Meagan DuBose of Duluth, Ga., wore a sundress by Belle du Jour from Macy's over a pair of black, lace-trimmed leggings. Her denim jacket is by Ann Taylor. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Amanda Wade of Augusta, a student at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Ga., accessorized her sunny yellow baby doll dress with a long strand of multi-colored beads. The jewelry and the dress are by rue21. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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The hat ladies at Amen Corner: Sailing buddies Linda Maner of Augusta and Gerrie Hynes of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., wore festive paper hats with fabric flowers on Tuesday. Gerrie bought the hats at an outdoor market in Fort Lauderdale. Made of lightweight cardboard, the hats fold accordion style into neat columns that are easy to pack, she said. The women stayed warm in bright cropped jackets. Linda’s soft aqua suede jacket with faux fur trim is by Yvonne Le Marie from Stein Mart. Gerrie’s jacket is by Talk of the Walk in Atlantic City. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Diane Marshall of San Diego paired an animal print skort by EP with a black snap-front t-shirt and a satin jacket by City Lights. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Pretty in pink: Laura Vann of Augusta (left) and Danielle Antonuccio of Philadelphia, are seniors at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Stefanie Logan of Augusta wore wide-leg plaid pants from Abercrombie & Fitch. Her powder blue polo is by Ralph Lauren. "My arms are a little cold. I'm just glad I didn't wear shorts," she said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Danielle Antonuccio (right) wore a Banana Republic skirt with an Old Navy peasant-neck blouse. Her pink cardigan is from Nordstrom. Laura Vann wore a pleated cotton skirt with a bow sash from Wet Seal, a Gap t-shirt and a J. Crew cardigan. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Beneath the quilt, Marcia Talbott looked sporty in her Lilly Pulitzer cardigan and coordinating skort. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Collars up! That's the cool look for polos this spring. Winston Wiant of Atlanta paired her Old Navy polo with a springy skirt by Lilly Pulitzer. Her pink cashmere sweater is a gift from her dad, John Crawford of Amelia Island, Fla. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Kim Davis of Lutherville, Md., a suburb of Baltimore, wore glamorous sunglasses by Salvatore Ferragamo. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Marcia Talbott of Charleston wrapped herself in the handmade quilt she created recently in a six-week quilting class. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Joni Reinhart of Mequon, Wis., wore a sundress from the J. McLaughlin store in Naples, Fla. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Julie Crenshaw (center), two of her daughters and many family friends followed Ben Crenshaw on the Par-3 Course on Wednesday. Pictured are Charisse Sayers (from left) in a dress by VAVA by Joy Han; Julie Sayers wearing Eye; Julie Crenshaw in Common Threads; Claire Crenshaw in Kitson; and Katherine Crenshaw in Calvin Klein. Julie’s purse is by Marc Jacobs. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Ruth Ann Calais, of Columbia, S.C., wore fabulous La Vie Boehm slacks that she bought at Islamorada, a home and fashion shop in Emerald Isle, N.C. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Katherine Bostwick of Houston, Texas, wore a halter sundress by Anthropology. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Ruth Ann’s pants tie at the top with a sash. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Sue Stauffer of Washington, D.C., showed her classic style in her pleated plaid skirt by First Options Separates. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Peter accessorized with a classic straw fedora, leather wristband and mala beads. Peter is a mental and spiritual coach who advises golfer Robert Allenby. His Web site is Petercrone.com. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Peter Crone of Los Angeles matched the wisteria blooms on the Par-3 Course in this lilac argyle sweater. He purchased most of this apparel at vintage clothing stores in L.A. Two of his favorites are Wasteland and American Rags. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Sue's sweater is by Clifford and Wills. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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"I've must have had 100 pictures taken of me today," said Terry Lottes, who is wearing pants by Loudmouthgolf.com (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Amber McCullogh of Warner Robbins, Ga., could work on her tan in this chic shoulder-baring top from bebe at Phipps Plaza in Atlanta. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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I'm a '60s guy. I wanted something wild," said Terry Lottes of San Diego about the pants he wore to Wednesday's Par 3 Contest. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Peter Billmeyer of Chicago watched the action on the Par-3 Course in a J. Lyndeberg polo. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Amber's glasses are by Daniel Swarovski. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lynn Huff of Augusta got her dot-pattern capris and matching visor from the Izod shop in Hilton Head. Her shirt is by Ralph Lauren. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Former Augustan Julie Daughtery, now of Columbus, Ga., wore a cropped crocheted Population sweater over a Gap shirt with capri pants from SteinMart. She attended the Par 3 with her father, Dr. Charles Wray. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Teresa Bussey of Evans got her top, capri shorts and silver necklace from Cato. "I like the colors," she said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Soichiro Shirhi of Tokyo wore a driving cap by Kangol, sunglasses by Oakley and a polo by Unique Clothes. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Matt Cashwell of Greensboro, N.C., wore a pumpkin color Callaway visor and matching shirt by Croft & Barrow. His tinted shades were purchased at Augusta National Pro Shop last year. He made the beaded necklace himself. "I've been doing it since I was a kid, 6 or 7 years old," he said. "This is one of the first ones I made." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Brett Mora of Sparta, N.J. wore a zip-front shirt by Nike and Oakley sunglasses. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Erin Gammage of Evans, Ga., a sophomore at Greenbrier High School, bought her patterned top by Weavers at Kohls. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Andrea Isaac of Greensboro, Ga., wore a Diane Von Furstenberg dress that she purchased specifically for the tournament at Blonde Like No Other, a boutique in Athens, Ga. "I saw this dress in a magazine," she said. "I thought it would be perfect. It's bright, cheery and comfortable." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Kip Eslava, of Columbia , S.C., a rising freshman at the University of Alabama, wore a houndstooth baseball cap by Nike. The A is for Alabama, not the Atlanta Braves. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Amy Sabbatini's black patent loafers are by Louis Vuitton. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Amy Sabbatini, wife of Par 3 winner Rory Sabbatini, looked too cool for the course in her Prada skull-and-crossbones scarf and Dolce & Gabbana shades. Her shirt is by Chinese Laundry; her shorts by Diane Von Furstenberg. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Dustin Geddis of Portland, Ore., wore a chartreuse SportsOne shirt. He's an account executive for the sports marketing firm. He chose the color to make it easy for his colleagues and clients to spot him in the crowd. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Virginia Perkins of Huntsville, Ala., wore a J. Crew skirt with a bow sash and cropped navy jacket. “I love dots,” she said. They're on her shoes, too. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Anna Weaver of Cleburne, Texas, looked sleek in a stretchy polka dot camisole and black capris. She accessorized with pearls and large white metal hoop earrings. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Anna's rhinestone studded thongs are by MPS. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Cary Goldsmith of Augusta said his trousers wouldn't draw a second glance back at his college campus - Hampden-Sydney College in Farmville, Va. "It's about the preppiest place I've ever seen," said Cary who is a freshman there, majoring in economics. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Despite some teasing from his friends, Cary Goldsmith of Augusta wore colorful madras plaid slacks by Berle to Wednesday's practice round. "I like them and this is the perfect place for them," said Cary, who was visiting the Masters for the first time. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Roslyn Williams of North Augusta, S.C., took in the Par 3 while wearing an Emma James suit with cuffed knee-length shorts. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Susan Edenfield of Millen, Ga., wore dark, distressed denim by Silver with a silky camisole top by New York & Co. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Audrey McBride of Starkville, Miss., and a consultant for Etcetera apparel, wore one of the designer line’s sweaters with a coordinating kiki skirt. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Candy Stokes of Lexington, S.C., looked chic in a belted jacket by Scott Taylor. Her glasses are by BCBG. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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"I had to wear something brighter than him," said Shelly, who attended Wednesday's practice round with Nathan Duffie. His key-lime polo is by Ralph Lauren. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lindsay Lewis of Atlanta layered cotton tanks from J. Crew for her Masters outing on Wednesday. Her white cotton slacks are by J.Crew, too. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Lindsay Lewis accessorized with some white beads from Neiman Marcus in Atlanta. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Shelly Clark of Evans, a senior majoring in PR at Georgia Southern University, wore a Kenar sweater and Costa Del Mar sunglasses. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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"I wanted something bright an colorful," said Katherine Bostwick. "This is my first Masters." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Stephanie Still of Augusta wore a silver sun pendant with her Copper Key blouse and Kim Rogers cardigan, both from Dillards. The necklace is from “Santa Claus,” Stephanie said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)
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Neel Amin wore a striped Lacoste sweater to the Par 3. "I saw it on the Lacoste web site," he said. His glasses are by Dolce & Gabbana. Neel is an anesthesiologist completing his residency at Medical College of Georgia. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/Staff)