These Best-Dressed NFL Players Have Awesome Style

When football stars roll into town for a matchup, they dress for success.

When football stars roll into town for a matchup, they dress for success.

On Feb. 7, many of the biggest NFL players will be in Tampa Bay for Super Bowl LV—and they will bring their fashion A-game! Whether playing to win the field, attending The 10th Annual NFL Honors, or joining in the revelry of the Big Game, we're sure Florida is about to get even hotter.

Watch chatted with stylists Chandra Ferrer and Dex Robinson for their take on some of the most fashionable players in the league. Scroll through to see who made the cut.

Photo Credit: (L-R) Melissa Melvin-Rodriguez/Carolina Panthers (Newton); Cleveland Browns (Taylor); New England Patriots (Brady); Matthew Swensen/New York Giants (Beckham Jr.); Snapchat (Fitzgerald).

Originally published in Watch Magazine, January-February 2019.

Watch The 10th Annual NFL Honors on Saturday, Feb. 6 at 9 PM ET/PT on CBS and CBS All Access.

Don't miss Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7th at 6pm ET/3pm PT on CBS and CBS All Access! Also stream free on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App—and check out pre-game coverage on CBS Sports HQ!
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Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants

Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants

Spotted! ODB rocking the leopard-print jacket trend with this $600 Babou velvet jacket from Slam Jam Socialism, paired with jeans. "The guys are into animal prints lately," says stylist Chandra Ferrer (who did not style this look). "This blazer is a great shade of leopard, and I love the pop of red headphones—leopard and red look so good together."

Photo Credit: Matthew Swensen/New York Giants (Left). Todd Kirkland/Getty Images (Right).
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Jamal Adams, New York Jets

Jamal Adams, New York Jets

"Jamal Adams has great casual style, and he pairs things together well," says Chandra Ferrer of his look. This laid-back ensemble costs a casual ten grand: Jamal accessorizes his Dries Van Noten bomber jacket and Dries Van Noten shorts (prices available upon request) with a pair of $495 Fear of God 101 sneakers and a $9,275 Goyard backpack. Later, Crocs.

Photo Credit: Dan Szpakowski/New York Jets (Left). David Rosenblum/Getty Images (Right).
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DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans

DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans

"Nuk" is better off red in a $930 Acne Studios blazer and pants, $575 Mykita aviator sunglasses, $1,080 Givenchy fringed loafers, and Saint Laurent bag with a Martine Ali chain. "These guys already have all the traditional suits, so they want fun hues now," says Chandra Ferrer of his look. "I love this rich red because it complements a lot of colors. And the way DeAndre Hopkins pairs it with the funky belt and aviators—very nice."

Photo Credit: Houston Texans (Left). David Rosenblum/Getty Images (Right).
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Tyrod Taylor, Cleveland Browns

Tyrod Taylor, Cleveland Browns

"The navy suit looks simple at first glance, but it's got the signature Thom Browne stripe down the back," says Tyrod Taylor's stylist Dex Robinson of this $2,500 suit, which he paired with a $225 Valentino tie, $120 Dr. Martens shoes, and a $1,600 Supreme x Rimowa suitcase. "We added the bright white brogue shoes to make the suit seem a little hipper, and to mimic the white Supreme logo on his bag."

Photo Credit: Cleveland Browns (Left). Jason Miller/Getty Images (Right).
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Tom Brady, New England Patriots

Tom Brady, New England Patriots

"You can't go wrong with classic Tom Ford, and Tom Brady does classic better than anyone," says Chandra Ferrer of the quarterback's head-to-toe Tom Ford look: a custom $3,850 Windsor Base peak lapel two-piece suit, a $350 tie, a $180 pocket square, and the designer's $415 Arnaud sunglasses.

Photo Credit: New England Patriots (Left). Stacy Revere/Getty Images (Right).
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Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals

Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals

"Larry Fitzgerald likes classic colors, so we bring in patterns to give his suits a cool, unique vibe," says Chandra Ferrer of her client, for whom she made this custom Prince of Wales check design (prices for Ferrer's suits start at $1,895). She added a $260 Tom Ford necktie, Salvatore Ferragamo loafers, and a $4,500 Goyard duffel.

Photo Credit: Snapchat (Left). Hannah Foslien/Getty Images (Right).
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Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

The quarterback's $1,800 Meshika Special Drip fedora with star stitching—made of beaver felt—was designed in his honor. "Cam Newton carries his style with such confidence, and that's what it's all about," says Dex Robinson.

Photo Credit: Melissa Melvin-Rodriguez/Carolina Panthers (Left). Mitchell Leff/Getty Images (Right).
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Tyrann Mathieu, Houston Texans

Tyrann Mathieu, Houston Texans

Chandra Ferrer custom-designed this entire look—minus the $3,250 Louis Vuitton Horizon suitcase—using a plaid suit fabric from Milan. "Tyrann Mathieu likes to get creative, and this was a special, brighter way to do a blue suit," she says.

Photo Credit: Houstan Texans (Left). Wesley Hitt/Getty Images (Right).

Originally published in Watch Magazine, January-February 2019.

Watch The 10th Annual NFL Honors on Saturday, Feb. 6 at 9 PM ET/PT on CBS and CBS All Access.

Don't miss Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7th at 6pm ET/3pm PT on CBS and CBS All Access! Also stream free on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App—and check out pre-game coverage on CBS Sports HQ!

 
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