noun: streetwear; noun: street-wear
“Casual clothing of a style worn especially by members of various urban youth subcultures.”
In the world of social media, footballers are part of a core collective that will ‘stunt’ by putting pictures of themselves on all platforms of social media, showcasing their luxurious ‘garms’. Here are Sportsvibe’s top seven best streetwear dressed ballers.
7. David Alaba
The 25-year-old Austrian’s elusive style is eye-catching to most; Bayern’s left-back is seen as a trendsetter in Bavaria.
6. Gregory Van Der Wiel
Gregory Van Der Wiel took his creative energy off the pitch and co-created the urban streetwear brand, ‘Balr’ back in 2013. Since then, the 29 year old has been a notable face around the fashion world for stepping out in some pretty daring attire.
5. Dani Alves
The Brazilian veteran has played for some of the best clubs in the world, to some his style is questionable, but he no doubt has people talking every time he steps out.
4. Paul Pogba
Paul Labile Pogba, innovative would be the word to best describe this legend in the making. Adidas’s predator is known for his flamboyant hairstyles and unique boots, the Frenchman is always ‘on point’ when the camera is on him.
3. Memphis Depay
Memphis Depay, already a superstar, is respected for his bold and pure flare on the pitch, very similar to his fashion sense, the tricky Dutchman is definitely admired for his look.
2. Neymar Jr
Neymar Jr, an icon on and off the pitch, being one of the best players in the world means having eyes on you at all times, and the Brazilian poster boy certainly does not disappoint.
1. Hector Bellerin
Arsenal’s right back has made quite the fashion statement this year, earning Sportsvibe’s number 1 spot. Hector is definitely ‘for the culture’, and has been spotted in a variety of bold and outgoing ‘fits’.
Check out the player’s style for yourself on their Instagram accounts. If you disagree with us, leave your picks in the comments below.
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