This is something I’ll look into more, but I’m absolutely convinced that NFLPlayers coordinate their fits with their friends and teammates from the same position group of other teams. As I look through photos, I see this trend week after week. I have many questions. Who approached whom about this designer? Who suggested the same style?
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Of course, I’d think it’s more of a coincidence if the outfits weren’t the EXACT same thing with these different players. You’ll see an example below, as well as how two players can style the same outfit differently. Two of my favorite things in the world converged, as this week’s NFL Style Rankings were about bringing art to life.
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This pic is my favorite. Kansas City ChiefsThe Travis Scott Jordan 1 lows is a tight end sport. A little Travis by Travis crossover is exactly what the stylish individuals needed in their lives. Kelce worked around his shoes by building an outfit that’s entirely tan and brown, and while simple, it still has enough going on. The pants could have been a little longer, but not so high-water.
I’m really here for the ombré pink coat the Seattle SeahawksWhat the receiver is wearing. This outfit is very chilled by Metcalf standards. I liked that he added the pink puffer for some pizzazz.
I love spiders as much as the next person, but I must give them my support. Carolina PanthersDefensive end props for the design and look of his chain. It looks exactly like the Spider-Man logo, and he played just as heroically in the Panthers’ 30-24 upset on the road against the Seahawks. It is also very interesting because the shirt has a person staring at you when you look at.
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I’m loving the Chiefs receiver in these floral outfits! He should include more Lilac in his looks. I wish he would’ve used some shoes and shades with the yellow and light purple color scheme he wore Sunday, but those would be my only real complaints.
The Tennessee Titans running back looked like he left Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville JaguarsTo go to a music or art festival. Every element of his outfit screams art — and I mean that literally. Check out his shirt, and hat.
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5. Marcus Williams
As soon the Baltimore RavensSafety walked into Acrisure Stadium in a gray, double-breasted, suit. He was clearly there for business. Williams, who sustained a wrist injury in the first five games that kept him out of action, was activated off injured reserve and immediately resumed his regular role. By game’s end, he had his fourth interception of the season, matching his career high.
Never thought I’d see Vincent Van Gogh at an NFL stadium, but here we are thanks to the Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman’s addition of the famous painting to the lining of his jacket. I wouldn’t have guessed that was the design considering the brown-and-black colors on the plaid suit, so this was a tremendous surprise when Taylor revealed it.
3. Donovan Peoples Jones and Mike Williams
If I had to pick who wore it better — the Cleveland BrownsThe receiver Los Angeles Chargers wideout — I’d lean towards Peoples-Jones on this one. It was a close call for me, too, because I love it when apparel matches, and I’m a big fan of the vest Williams is wearing to get his fit off. Why do I love to match? Because it’s easy and doesn’t take a great deal of thought. Peoples-Jones has won this one because of the way he combined the orange coat and the glasses.
At first glance, I had a comment about the Chiefs quarterback wearing the royal blue socks and how they were a different variation of blue from his tie and handkerchief — the things most men match socks with, from my observation. The socks were actually perfect matches for the plaid lines of his suit.
Ed Ingram, Ezra Cleveland, Blake BrandelAustin Schlottman and Austin Schlottman are both in the holiday sweater chat and have been a strong contender as the holiday season approaches. I couldn’t bring myself to categorize these bad boys in the “ugly sweater” conversation. Their pattern is top-tier. The sweaters clearly show which team they are representing. There is a Vikings logo at the bottom, a name on the arm, and a tasteful blend between purple, yellow, and white that all work in unison.
(Photo by Travis Kelce: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)