Style doesn’t only come from pop stars and actors. Some of the most stylish men are the ones on the field every weekend. Football players’ style is getting more expressive and more out-of-the-box, with looks ranging from hats with barbed wire to layers of necklaces laced in diamonds.
NFL fashion is more than the accessories though. Snapshots of the pros show that they’re putting their best foot forward in classy kicks, and you can too. We’re sharing a few looks to draw inspiration from and whichMarc Nolans you can add to your wardrobe to achieve the same level of style.
Danny Amendola & Julian Edelman
It’s #LoaferNation for this Detroit Lion and New England Patriot. They both went for a classic black loafer with a bit of texture to complement their monochromatic looks. Follow suit withEnzo, which boasts a luxurious black velvet and nautical-style embroidery for extra detailing. You can sport him on the red carpet or day-to-day. Or go for a sleek take on the classic Belgian loafer withGodfrey, which elevates this timeless shoe style with a black patent leather upper, pointed toe and grosgrain trim and bow. He’s perfect for dapper occasions where you may wear classic tuxedo or slacks.
Loafers continue to be all the rage across teams in the big leagues. And nothing grounds a good print like a classic pair of loafers. To create a look inspired by the Chiefs’ Mahomes, slip on theBlake Black Bit Loafer, which gives the classic suede upper an elegant upgrade with gold bit across the top. Refined and versatile, he looks sharp anytime, anywhere.
What else would a legend wear besides something of the utmost elegance? The good news: Brady’s look isn’t hard to pull off. Dress like a champ this fall by pairing your blue suit withHarry Chestnut Chelsea Boots. Harry contrasts perfectly aged chestnut full-grain leather with burnished detailing on the toe and heel, espresso brown elastic inserts at the ankle and black soles, adding another layer of chic to the classic Chelsea boot. Dress him up or down. Harry complements a sleek suit just as much as he tops off jeans and a t-shirt.
Though he’s not playing in the league anymore, Chancellor is still making strong plays on the style front. In fact, the former Seattle Seahawk leaned into his passion for fashion after leaving football and created his own collection of footwear with the Marc Nolan team. Here, he shows off theBoardwalk Black Horse-bit Sneakers fromThe Chancellor Collection. Designed to make you stand out, the Boardwalk is perfect for any season of the year. The sleek calfskin leather upper is elevated by chic leather-wrapped silver horse-bits for a look that pairs well with suiting, sweaters and everything in between.
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