The 5 Best and 5 Worst-Dressed Super Bowl Players of 2013
Few would think of fashion & style when talking about this weekend’s Super Bowl. Not so for us at Bows-N-Ties. Over the last few days we took a closer look at all the players of the 49ers and the Ravens – but not in terms of their performance on the field – but instead, how they dress when not at work. Below are our Top 5 picks for the best & worst dressed players of this year’s Super Bowl. Looks like the 49ers are by far the more stylish team – beating the Ravens 7:3
The Top 5 Most Stylish Players:
In no particular order, here are the 5 most stylish players of this year’s SuperBowl. Looks like the SF 49ers win this challenge 3:2 over the Baltimore Ravens.
Raven’s Joe Flacco makes the list of best-dressed thanks to his skill of matching multiple patterns into a single outfit without causing a disconnect or pattern-clash.
49er Michael Crabtree earns one of five best-dressed spots thanks to his use of 3-piece suits and bold colors.
Raven’s Ray Lewis has the biggest tie knot in all of the NFL. If we could give an award to the largest tie knot, then Lewis would take the cake. Surprisingly however, the humungous knot works for him as it nicely compliments his frame.
49er Vernon Davis is no stranger to fashion and style. His use of patterns, his approach to formal black tie, and his choice in accessories earn him a well-deserved spot on our best-dressed list.
49ers Aldon Smith is not afraid to show some color. His recent debut of pink suit and checkered vest combo was convincing enough to put this stylish dude near the top of our best-dressed Super Bowl player list.
The 5 Worst Fashion Offenders:
That not all NFL stars have off-the-field style, can be seen by this list below. We took a closer look at all the Super Bowl players’ personal style and award these five men with a “Worst Dressed” title. Looks like San Francisco takes it yet again by a big margin, 4:1. Click on each player below to see what Fashion Faux pas earned them their spot on our list.
Ravens Terrell Suggs put himself on this worst dressed list thanks to his recent “black tie” that would make Cary Grant turn in his grave. Wrong colors, a sloppy untied bow tie, and a stripes on his sleeves that remind us of adidas sponsorship are just the starting point of his black tie fashion Paux Fas.
49er Frank Gore loves his sweat pants and beanie look. While certainly a reasonable choice during practice or post game recovery, we would like to see him wear things a bit more stylish on occasion. No matter where we looked, we could only find images of him dressed in sweats, hoodies, and 49er beanie.
Anquan Boldin makes the cut for worst-dressed thanks to the Lei he wore during a Press Conference. Yes, years have passed since, but we still have no idea of what this accessory was all about?
Ravens Matt Birk convinced us that be belongs on this list due to his poorly chosen patterns that not only clash frequently, but also do not compliment his large frame.
Ravens Ed Reed gets a spot on our worst dressed list thanks to his unkempt facial hair, poor suit colors, and terribly-wrong tailored suits.
Your Bows-N-Ties.com Team