Charlie Sheen in Two and a Half Men, the Dude from The Big Lebowski, Bill Murray in Kingpin; The style favoured by pop culture's most questionable men has found an unlikely revival in trans-seasonal fashion.
The humble bowling shirt - characterised by its short sleeves, boxy-cut and association with a mid-life crisis - taps into what Vogue.com refers to as fashions sleazy-chic moment: the abundance of yellow-tinted glasses, pornstaches and exposed chest hair we seem to be experiencing.
Thankfully, when worn with a little consideration, it's a look that is surprisingly chic with a SoCal-meets-Rockabilly, breezy vibe. Look to the runways for a quick pre-game lesson: Wear belted over a leather pencil skirt a la Prada AW16, under a leather biker as at Saint Laurent SS16 or embroidered in animal motifs like at Gucci SS16.
As Spring settles in, combat winters retreating chill in a pair of sleek, slim jeans and a pair of clean, minimal mules. Or, wear open over a silky slip dress and leather trainers for the day.
Either way, it's strong game.