Paige Spiranac Models 5 of Her Favorite Spring Golf Outfits on TikTok

The one-time SI Swimsuit Issue star showed off her favorite athleisure of the moment.
Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac.

Paige Spiranac loves a good athleisure outfit, and we adore her for it. While the former pro golfer is often outspoken about defying country club dress codes, she showed off a few current fave outfits for hitting the links—two of which that are even country club-approved.

In the TikTok she shared on Monday, Spiranac modeled a black-and-white athleisure mini dress, as well as a dark aquamarine-and-white one with a preppy collar and plunging zipper. The 30-year-old’s dress code-friendly outfits featured a full-coverage navy-blue-and-white striped top and cream-colored skirt, as well as a second outfit with a similar aesthetic: a navy top with striped sleeves and a matching skirt.

The one-time SI Swimsuit model also included a black bra top with white piping paired with a white micro mini in her montage of faves. Spiranac wore her long blonde locks loose with a slight curl and practiced her swing, grinned or blew kisses at the camera as she showed off each ensemble.

“Which one is your favorite? #golf #golffashion,” Spiranac inquired of her 1.4 million followers in the caption.

“I like the second one 🥰,” one person said.

“I love the jade colored one with the collar. 😍,” another fan added.

“Green one,” someone else agreed.

“The green dress or the striped shirt with the skirt,” another follower stated.

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