Athlete Fashion & Style Magazine: More Than Stats: Most Stylish Athletes, Best Dressed Athletes, NBA Fashion



Written by Jrich in Athletes Fashion,NBA Style,NFL Style on Jul 14th 2016

The 2016 ESPYS took place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

The annual event celebrates icons, congratulates champions and recognizes those who have overcome amazing odds. The event is also considered the biggest sports fashion show of the year, as star athletes don their very best ensembles for the elegant evening. It’s an competitive match up between athletes to be crown the “Best Dressed Athlete” of the evening.

That’s what were here for, to do the crowning right? We couldn’t select one winner, so we decided to highlight The Best Dressed Athletes at the 2016 ESPYS as a whole.

Check them out below.


This year’s showing began with an powerful message NBA superstars Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade, and LeBron James, who issued a call to promote social change, which comes in the wake of recent shootings in Dallas, Orlando and Baton Rouge.

“What all have to do better.” -L. James”

The guys looked sharp in their predominately black ensembles.

We’re giving out our own ESPY AWARD for the “Best Dressed Team” who were the Cleveland Cavs. Peep the sharp tuxedos.. #Squadgoals.

NBA star Dwyane Wade arrived to the red carpet with his lovely wife Gabrielle Union. D-Wade dressed to impress clothed in a custom Givenchy suit.

Givenchy was a big name on the red carpet. NBA star Kyrie Irving also elected for an Givenchy full look. We’re big fans of the contrast piping trim on Kyrie’s suit.

NFL star Russell Wilson is stepping up his style game, when you’re married to superstar singer Ciara style is a must. Russell complemented his wife’s stunning gown with a spiffy Tom Ford tuxedo.

Texas Rangers Prince Fielder opted for a very similar tuxedo look to Russell, going with a white blazer and black bowtie combo. Prince wore a custom ensemble by Paige Geran.

The Black Mamba, Kobe Bryant kept his duds traditional black and white. We would of preferred to see the mamba wear a classic bow tie for this occasion.

NFL star Odell Beckham Jr. decided to totally dress down for the sophisticated evening. Odell went for a rockstar inspired look, decked in pieces by Mike Amiri.

OKC Thunder up-and-coming guard Cameron Payne has a personal style to keep your eyes on. His ESPYS look was actually one of our favorites. Absolutely loved the rosy-salmon colored suit, which is a perfect option for the summer season. Cameron wore a custom design by Adriaen Black, and Del Toro velvet slippers.

NFL baller Mercedes Lewis sported bold prints he paired with a solid button down and loafer shoes.

Footballer Paul Pogba hair was the ‘highlight’ of the evening.

Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson looked great in pinstripes. His custom Elevee ensemble (by Mercedes Lenay) was superb!

When it comes to fit.. Tristan Thompson was among the top, his costume was tailored to perfection. Do yourself a favor guys, go to your tailor, and just show him or her Tristan’s ESPYS look and say “I want my suit to look exactly like this.”

League MVP Stephen Curry wore a custom getup by Alba Legacy
Chris Paul, ESPYS Best-Dressed? The NBA star looked dapper in a flawless Lanvin tuxedo. via @courtymayscollective

NBA star Deandre Jordan was all smiles in a bespoke Waraire Boswell tuxedo


NBA star Kevin Love donned a classy Banana Republic tuxedo, and accessorized the look with sunglasses and vintage lapel pins.


Portlad Trailblazers rising star CJ Mccollum also opted for a Banana Republic costume.


NFL baller Duke Ihenacho made a bold fashion move with his striking getup. Duke made pulling off a red suit look effortless.
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San Antonio new signee Dewyane Deadmon looked suave in a custom DB jacket (designed by Lucia Rocio) blended with a neutral pair of trouser, classic button-down and Del Toro sneakers.

photos via Instagram/Twitter/athletes

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