SUPER BOWL 50 OFF-FIELD FASHION HIGHLIGHTS
In addition to their skills on the gridiron, this year’s Super Bowl 50 teams have proven to be among the league’s best-dressed squads this season. All year long, the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers showcased players’ wardrobes for road trips, pre-game arrivals, and post-game press conferences. Footballers from both teams enlisted the help of stylists, to carefully curate their apparel and accessories prior to each game. For Super Bowl 50, players showcased their team pride through their style selections, and chose pieces that paid homage to the host city of San Francisco and the golden anniversary of the big game.
The quarterback style showdown was a battle between two men with distinctly difference sartorial preferences. Cam Newton continued to keep it flashy, wearing a printed black and silver jacket with embellished footwear. In sharp contrast, Peyton Manning once again opted for a conservative style, highlighting the Bronco’s team colors.
Among the Super Bowl 50 style trends was a color palette of gold and black for players. Broncos teammates Von Miller and Aqib Talib as well as Panther, Thomas Davis, each sported a variation of the hues. Miller was dressed in a design from Elevee Lifestyle’s Chandra Ferrer.
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In addition to Davis, ALBA Legacy’s bespoke suiting styles were spotted on a range of Super Bowl athletes including Chris Harris and Mario Addison, who each gave a nod to their team hues.
Super Bowl style for Jared Allen included a head-to-toe black look, with a black cowboy hat and a turquoise bolo tie.
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Nate Burleson let his fashion do the talking, when it came to his Super Bowl 50 prediction. The NFL Network analyst wore a custom jacket, featuring a Panthers-themed interior lining.
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