NFL HONORS FASHION STATEMENTS
The NFL held its 5th Annual “NFL Honors” awards show, highlighting the best players, plays, coaches, and performances of the season. As the league paid tribute to a variety of on-field successes, players stepped out in their best off-field fashions. For the complete list of winners, visit here. Below is a breakdown of “NFL Honors” fashion:
J.J. Watt accepted his third consecutive “Defensive Player of the Year” award in a clean and classic blue suit, with a patterned jacket lining.
— Bose (@Bose) February 6, 2016
Eric Berry, “Comeback Player of the Year,” deep burgundy suit with black accents, accessorizing with a pop of lavender in the form of a floral lapel pin.
Antonio Brown made a red carpet statement from hair to toe. The “Fantasy Player of the Year” sported a unique new ‘do and dressed up his all-black ensemble with golden footwear.
It was a bold style choice for DeAngelo Williams, who wore a vibrant pink tuxedo jacket.
Ready to host the Red Carpet of NFL Honors! pic.twitter.com/rZiHvvtlYa
— DeAngelo Williams (@DeAngeloRB) February 6, 2016
Rob Gronkowski rocked a repeat red carpet style, clad in the same suit he wore to the ESPY Awards.
— Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) February 7, 2016
Eli Manning, “Walter Payton Man of the Year” nominee, looked perfectly polished while mixing patterns, pairing his windowpane suit with a striped tie.
Marcus Peters, the “Defensive Rookie of the Year,” opted for a casual approach to dressing, with a shearling collar bomber jacket.
Adrian Peterson brought out all the style stops with a black and white color scheme and details. His white tuxedo with black lapels was paired with a patterned shirt and pocket square, black bow tie, and a floral lapel pin.
“It’s no secret that @AdrianPeterson really is the best RB in football.” – Mark Wilf
— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) February 7, 2016