ProTrending’s Favorite Fashion Looks from 2019 NFL Season
With the 2020 NFL season about to begin, we’re looking forward to see what the pros have been planning to wear for the return of football. But until then, we decided to take a look back at the best styles and outfits from the 2019 season.
- Cody Latimer
Our first look comes from WR Cody Latimer who looks ice cold in a blue and white suit made by fashion entrepreneur Rich Fresh. Not only does this fit match perfectly with iconic colors of the Detroit Lions, but it’s also made from Neoprene making it waterproof! The special material kept Latimer cool and comfortable resulting in a solid performance of 31 yards and the home win against the Giants in Week 8.
2. Donte Jackson
Good style doesn’t always have to be fancy suits, sometimes a simple coat and turtleneck do just the trick. Panthers CB Donte Jackson proves just that with this tan ensemble some clean white sneakers as a nice accent. Jackson knows all about keeping it clean; with 5 tackles against the top tier Packers in Week 10, he shows that it’s not just the offense that can play with style.
3. Gerald McCoy
The Panthers might have had the best dressed defense in 2019, with DT Gerald McCoy giving his teammate Jackson a run for his money. McCoy shows off his brand love with an Elevee piece, accented by a Louis Vuitton wrap and Gucci handbag. All that designer must have paid off because McCoy had the Saints running scared, with 2 QB hits on Drew Brees in Week 12.
4. Dak Prescott
Dak Prescott has been the topic of conversation for years, whether it be praise or criticism. But when you’re the QB of the Dallas Cowboys, you can’t let the haters get to you. Prescott shows he isn’t concerned with what people have to say as he rocks this plaid suit and coat from Gentsplaybook.
5. Brett Hundley
Prescott isn’t the only QB with a good sense of style, as Cardinals QB Brett Hundley clearly proves. This whole fit was styled by fellow Arizona native Troy Hurley and features a Burbery peacoat and Adidas camo pants, with white Yeezys as the kicks. The accessories include a Herschel luggage bag, Rastaclat wristband and an eye-catching ASN hat. “I wanted to create a piece that would set the tone, so I knew the hat and peacoat would look good and create a statement” said Hurley, “I wanted to create some momentum going into the season and to have people know that Brett’s got a new style and we about to make some noise.”
6. Malcom Jenkins
Here’s a piece that really makes a statement with a simple burst of color. Eagles safety Malcom Jenkins arrived for Week 2 in this custom ensemble designed by his own company Damari Savile. With 3 tackles and a forced fumble against the Falcons, Jenkins was dominating in the backfield, those green pants must have been good luck.
7. DeAndre Hopkins
If crazy pants wasn’t a trend last year, it sure will be one this year if pros like DeAndre Hopkins wear more like this. The Texans WR was feeling bold for Week 7 as he wore a tie dye Livin Cool tee with G-Star Raw print pants and Golden Goose shoes. This fit must have amped up Hopkins because he went off against the Colts, racking up 106 yards and 1 TD.
8. Anthony Barr
For Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr, it’s all about looking fierce. A double breasted black Saint Laurent jacket with Keiser Clark snow leopard jeans and YSL boots is definitely one way to show you’re ready to dominate; and that’s exactly what he did. Barr feasted on the Cowboys offense in Week 10 with a devastating 7 tackles that helped lead his team to the win.
9. Kenny Stills
Another great look from the Texans comes from WR Kenny Stills. For their Week 13 home game against the Patriots, Stills shows how cool and collected he is with this dark green custom suit made by LA designer Hilton Turner. “I think it fits his style great,” Turner said, “Mike Hodges did a great job at bringing the look together… Certain guys have that vibe and that look that can make a piece shine and Kenny has it!” Stills came up big with 61 yards and 1 TD against a formidable Patriots team. This piece perfectly captures the confidence Stills carries with him in his ability to come up big under the pressure of a big game.
10. JuJu Smith Jr.
JuJu Smith Jr. is one of those players that isn’t just an NFL icon, but a cultural one as well; from brand deals and sponsorships, JuJu has mastered using his personality to expand his brand. A great way he does this is through exciting fashion choices, like this piece with a bright Paul Smith coat and turtleneck, Fear of God jeans, Christian Louboutin sneakers and a Louis Vuitton backpack. Bold fits like this is why JuJu is one of the most well-known players in the game.
11. Tom Brady
Tom Brady has always been someone who lets their game do the talking, but that doesn’t mean he can’t look good off the field too. With a two piece suit custom made by Tom Ford, the undisputed GOAT seems to like one of the most classic looks in fashion, coincidence?
12. Rodney McLeod
The Panthers defense made a strong case for best dressed defense in the league, but Eagles safety Rodney McLeod isn’t going to let them take that title easily. With a Greg Lauren jacket as the centerpiece, this fit includes Represent pants, Fear of God shoes, Rhude shirt and a Back of House Hat. Maybe the long coat was a hint to how McLeod would play in Week 15, as he completely covered the Washington offense with 6 tackles in a strong win.
13. Jarvis Landry in custom Duane Johnson
As one of the top WRs in the game, Jarvis Landry carries a certain level of pressure, but he offsets that with his confidence. One way he expresses that confidence is through bold fashion statements, like this custom money green suit from Chad Johnson. When asked about Landry’s style, Johnson stated “A lot of the times Jarvis will do things that stand out cause he likes to be different and be his own entity.” Landry definitely stood out in the last game of the season, racking up 82 yards and 1 TD against the Bengals, that confidence never wavering.