The STYLE OF Tom Brady
Our Hommeboy style of the week is Tom Brady. Oh, hard it must be to be married to Supermodel Gisele Bündchen and be playing in the 2017 Super Bowl. As the Patriots and Falcons matchup in Super Bowl LI. Tom Brady is considered the G.O.A.T. partly because he is so often on the big stage. This will be Brady’s seventh Super Bowl appearance, the most by any player at any position in NFL history, breaking former Bills and Broncos DL Mike Lodish’s record Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady has style for a big guy. His wife Gisele, even let’s him dress himself. New England Patriots quarterback and four-time Super Bowl champ was cast in the ad campaign for UGG called Do Nothing. The brand fits into his off the court life cool and casual with everyday masculine style.
Fashion & Football
Men always want and love when women wear tight and fitted clothing, right? And you’re like, “Wow, she looks so beautiful.” And then you have men who dress like slobs, and you’re like, “What’s the deal with these big and baggy suits.” It’s pretty ridiculous. Once things fit well, everyone’s like, “Man, that looks so great,” and yeah, no s–t, because it fits. Fit is key. – Tom Brady
Tom Brady is a big guy, so proportions for a large man’s body like his key. That is why a well-tailored suit like a Tom Ford is cut for this gentlemen. Tom Ford understands a real man’s man’s measurements.
This footballer always pays close attention to detail with the pocket squares, and the perfectly patterned tie to compliment the jacket and shirt combination. Tom’s a big football player, he still has quite a large frame. At 6’4″ and 225 pounds, he certainly has an above average-sized frame.
With that in mind, he cannot wear any of the slim fitted suits we see on the runways. The European cut would take away from the size he has and perhaps be somewhat uncomfortable, making the Updated American cut the perfect fit for Brady. Three Style Tips we learn from Tom Brady 1) Understanding proper fit/cut for a larger man. 2) Color coordination 3) Using a pocket square properly