- A lot of France-based football players are quite keen on their fashion
- The likes of Neymar, Kimpembe and Mbappe all have exquisite sense of style
- Others like Sergio Ramos' style is mainly dominated with classy designer suits
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Football players across Europe are known for their prowess on the football pitch, but there exists a number of elite big names who are doing quite well in the fashion scene as well.
We take a look at some of these players who are not only good on the soccer pitch, but also in fashion and style as well.
The list will feature some honourable mentions from players who might have just recently retired and is still holding it down in terms of style.
In another life, Presnel Kimpembe would have been a rapper as the French international has a keen eye for swanky hip hop fashion and you are always likely to find him wearing Gucci.
The world’s most expensive player is also quite big on street fashion and arguably no one does it better than him in the world of football.
Expect to find the defender in black suave designer suits from the finest collections in the world when he is not wearing the famous Los Blancos kit.
The Portuguese superstar is the most followed personality on Instagram and for good reason as well. His tall, built demeanor is fodder for world class brands who always choose him to associate their products with and as a result, the 35-year old inevitably ends up being quite prolific in fashion as well.
Here is a fun fact. Bellerin is actually passionate about clothes and fashion and he has actually taken up the niche as a venture aside from football.
As expected, he is also very daring with his looks and has come to define his own style.
The Chelsea forward has also over time mastered the art of pulling off a really fierce casual look, although he is not necessarily invested in the big names in fashion like his counterparts.
The Chelsea forward is the king of the latest items in fashion and for those looking to keep up to date with what is hot in the game of looks, his Instagram page is the place to be.
Now the Juventus under 23 boss, Pirlo epitomizes men of class in the football world. Arguably, only Sergio Ramos can bring the competition to the former AC Milan maestro when it comes to suave looks in designer suits.
The retired Spanish footballer is also quite renown for his stunning looks in a suit. Many online users refer to Alonso as epitomizing the phrase, “class is permanent” - both in football and in overall looks.
The Bayern Munich winger’s Instagram is majorly dominated by his football prowess and fashion pieces, with the two almost taking up equal space in Gnabry’s social media.
Not only does the Lyon winger have natural looks to string ladies on his Instagram, he also has a keen eye on the finer things in life when it comes to fashion. Think Luis Vuitton to Fendi, Depay takes no chances when it comes to looking dapper
There was a time Pogba was more popular for his Instagram than his football and this was because the Man United playmaker knows how to pull a very expensive look not only on his head, but in the clothes department as well.
The German international’s stay in France seems to have assimilated him into a fashion enthusiast and he is always hanging out with suave celebrities at events such as the Paris Fashion week.
The Liverpool “cometh the hour” man has the physique which is perfect for casual street style, and he has the knack of executing it with flawless finesse, if his Instagram is anything to go by.
The young world cup winner is not particularly big on massive brands across the world, but when it comes to the way he pulls off casual, smart looks, no one does it better.
You can refer to the Bayern Munich defender as the king of accessories as you are always likely to find him wearing some expensive-looking merchandise to compliment his casual looks.
A serial winner on the football pitch, the Real Madrid defender is arguably one of the classiest men in the world if the way he dresses is anything to go by.
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