THE BEST LOOKS OF ROGER FEDERER
He has just won his eight Wimbledon tittle. But it is not just on grass that he knows a thing or two. He also dresses quite well. Well, he actually dresses very well! In fact, the readers of GQ named him as the best dressed man of 2016 beating guys such as Kanye West and Tom Hiddlestone. We took a deeper look into Mr. Federer’s wardrobe and found his eight best style moves.
Great move switching up the classic suit and tie with a turtleneck. Especially when the color of it matches the suit as good as it does here.
The Classic Black Suit
Most men looks good in this. What makes this so great is the fit of the jacket. See how you can easily spot the sleeves of his shirt? That’s how your blazer’s should fit.
With all his traveling, Federer knows a thing or two about how to travel comfortable without looking awful. A great navy sweater paired with a fitted pair of washed jeans and topped of with a lighter color of blue sneakers in suede. Great color pairings.
One Color Only
It wouldn’t be a right list if there wasn’t one of his great tennis outfits on. We love this look from the tournament in Halle, 2016. One color only, and of course, in a blue shade. Not bad, Roger – not bad!
Black Tie Events
If you look as good as Federer in a tuxedo, you should wear it every single day. No, seriously! Great choice of jacket and shoes.
The trend from last year still goes hard if you ask us. The Shearling Jacket is a great choice when going for a laid back style that you can easily pair with your favorite denims and a solid tee. Easy, but awesome.
The Gucci Tux
Gucci has never been cooler. Federer knows – so of course, he got this awesome Tuxedo to wear to the Met Gala this year. Not a bad move!
Switch Up Your Blazer
We have tried to say it over and over again. A tie does not always have to be paired with a blazer. Federer proves our point here by pairing his black knit tie with a Suede Jacket. The look is just perfect in every way from head to toe.