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Top 15 best-dressed football players in the world (2024)

1. Cristiano Ronaldo

It goes without saying that when your current net worth is1 billion usd and when every part of your body is a beautifully-built lethal goal-scoring weapon which made you one of if not the best football player of all time, you’d want to be wrapped in the finest of designer clothes and accessories.

While skinny and most of the time teared jeans are almost a permanent staple when arriving for training or for days off, Ronaldo’s usually safely tops his look with t-shirts and jackets with a bit of a punkish attitude going on. He also tends to went full-on “the-most-dapper-man-from-Portugal” mode with smart casual designer pieces to elaborate a CR7 signature interpretation of a flamboyant gentlemen look.

2. Jack Grealish

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Treble winner and undisputed king of the sesh, Jack Grealish had quite the year.

Whether it’s a Gucci tracksuit or a hi-vis vest, you can guarantee the Manchester City and England winger will make it look good. And Elton agrees.

3. Kylian Mbappe

The youngest French player to score in a world cup, the second teenager to score in a World Cup Final after Pele, and became the world’s most expensive teenager in 2017 at age 18 with a €180 million transfer fee; the Paris Saint Germain forward is just like other footballers his age (or any teenagers in the world) he seems to be a fanatic of streetwear and exclusives sneakers—often spotted with Nikes and Off-Whites.

But the golden boy is one of the rarest of breeds when it comes to football player’s fashion: a teenager who surely knows how dress his own way when you’re a hyper-paid athlete with an appreciation for minimalism.

4. Sergio Ramos

The younger version of the Spaniard was not much of what you’d say fashion nor style conscious, with his then long hair and clean-shaven face. But as he matured on the pitch, so did his style. Like we previously say: While some players have always been about flashy and youthful branded street styles, for Ramos is all about absolute class and pure elegance.

The Real Madrid legend knows how to dress that perfectly shows his form and compliments his well-tended facial topiary as well as his almost-fully inked limbs in the most chic outfits possible. Head-to-toe Black Caviar nubuck, purple velvet Hugo Boss, full-on embroidered Gucci, flamboyant printed Dolce & Gabbana, to even a fur coat only the Italian mafia would wear—Sergio is a master of dressing up and dressing down.

5. William Saliba

Want some more fashion inspiration looks to save to your folders? Check out William Saliba as he is having a pivotal year professionally, and when it comes to his style. Our only request is that he document his looks on his actual IG Page (not stories) just a little bit more.

6. Andrea Pirlo

Putting David Beckham into a football fashion list is getting a bit boring, so we decided to go with another former player: Former Italian international, midfield maestro and free kick specialist as well as another good taste ambassador Andrea Pirlo.

It goes by simply saying that Pirlo’s looks are distinctively and simply Italian: shirt with sleeves rolled up the forearm, shades, chinos or a pair of dark wash denim, and some cushy loafers. He might throw a blazer on over the top, but its more likely to be a chunky knit cardigan; simply elegant, classy in all things designer and luxurious with a very flamboyant flair. And let’s not forget that he has one of the best hair (and sometimes facial topiary when he’s not shaving) to ever grace the football pitch—which is a quintessential part of his looks.

7 Paul Pogba

Since whatever style and hair he puts on always generates media buzz, the Manchester United midfielder’s is often compared to his fashion highness David Beckham. While the former midfielder has a different fashion game of his own, Pogba is the master of lit athleisure game.

He endlessly parades a self-proclaimed look which he has delightfully nicknamed the “Pogswag”, heavily featuring brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Yeezy, Supreme x Louis Vuitton and Givenchy—and of course his always changing hairstyle.

8 . Neymar Jr

A fanatic of all things fancy, designer and branded—Louis Vuitton and Balmain in particular—which is evident in his style, Neymar shows no one should fear to dress up like a millennial even when being a bit older.

A rampant hypebeast who devours Parisian brands like he does defenders on the pitch, the all-star player does flashy, wear-in-one street fashion look like a pro.

9 Lionel Messi

Despite a few fashion mishaps, the little maestro and living football legend on this list has probably learned that’s he’s better to style safe—but always on point.

He’s even guaranteed to look and style just that good after F.C. Barcelona’s announced its partnership with New York-based atelier Thom Browne s their official away day outfit.

10. Jerome Boateng

Probably the most well-dressed member of the current Bayern Munich team if not of all time, the German defender has got some serious fashion credentials: A personal collection of over 650 pairs of shoes; an Off-White x Nike link-up with pal Virgil Abloh; an impressive catalogue of favourite labels including Supreme, Balenciaga, Balmain; not to mention a contract with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation makes him one of football’s most fashion forward men.

His looks is also notable for almost never missing out on his line of elegant eyewears which gives him a surprisingly great retro slash modern-nerd appeal.

11. Memphis Depay

The former Ajax, Manchester United , Barcelona and current Atlectico winger suddenly made his mark as a luxury fashion priest when he uploaded a video of reaching 500k followers in Instagram in a luxurious silk red jumper suit atop of a boat while smoking a cigar. Ever since, it has been about Louis Vuitton, Goyard, Fendy—the Dutchman has it all.

He loves to style all types of bags from clutch bags to fanny packs, always branded with haute couture houses, and he changes bags like he changes underwear. Memphis Depay is, without a doubt, an excellent high fashion customer.

12. Hector Bellerin

The Arsenal FC full back plays with fashion like a supermodel and even dares to become one (he walked at Virgil Abloh’s debut 2018 runway show for Louis Vuitton in Paris). An avid fan of Fear of God, KidSuper, Balenciaga, Off-White and a Raf Simons devotee, he is a risk-taker who rarely slips on elaborating sportswear and top-shelf fashion pieces.

His style usually comprises of oversized shirts and jackets whereas the jeans contrast with a slimmer fit, cropped just above the ankle.

13. Jules Kounde

Forget the fact that he’s largely been played in a position he doesn’t like – at right-back – he is an experienced professional and should be providing a much higher level of defensive output than he has of late.

14. Allan Saint-Maximin

Prior to getting his new hair cut, Saint-Maximin was known for his signature luxury headbands which included the likes of Gucci, Louis V, and quite a few more over the years. While the headbands might be temporarily gone with the fresh cut, the superstar athlete still has his fashion to rely on, which has netted him work with brands such as Helio’s Luxury in the past. It’s a new style era for Saint-Maximin, and we can’t wait to see what it brings.

15. Son Heung-Min

An ambassador partnership with Burberry sounds like someone who is making major moves in the fashion industry don’t you think? That combined with quite a few other sponsorships confirms that he is indeed going to be a fashion force to reckon with in the years and decades to come.

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