Fashion

In Honor Of NBA Draft 2015, Here Are 15 College Basketball Players That Dress Better Than Me

When I think about college basketball players and fashion, I envision a lot of sweat suits and, well, that's pretty much it. So it's always fun to catch players making fashion moves at this year's NBA Draft 2015. From textured jackets to fancy pocket squares, everyone pulls out all of the stops. I mean, if I were preparing to hear some major life changing news, I would want to look my best, too. And even though these guys spend most of their time in jerseys, they really know how put together memorable outfits. To prove my point, here are 15 college basketball players that dress better than me.

Karl-Anthony Towns

As the #1 draft pick, Karl-Anthony had to be extra bold. And this jacket gives me so much life.

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D'Angelo Russell

It’s the little details that matter, and D’Angelo definitely took that into account when picking out his big day wear.

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Emmanuel Mudiay

There’s nothing better than an all black suit, but I will say that his tie-dye pocket square makes the look.

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Willie Cauley-Stein

I’m not sure anyone else can pull off a blue, polka-dotted bow tie (other than a clown).

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Jahlil Okafor

I love the deep cut of Jahlil’s suit jacket, and the fact that it’s pocket square-less.

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Stanley Johnson

When everyone reached for a bow tie, Stanley reached for a regular tie. But the print makes it far from regular.

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Justise Winslow

Justise makes the skinny tie look good, and not a lot of guys can say that.

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Kristaps Porzingis

I can’t be sure, but it almost looks like the black detailing is leather. And that would be really cool.

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Myles Turner

I really love it when I man wears purple, and for Myles to combine the thistle shirt, with the purple pants, and white jacket gets him five gold stars.

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Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

Those are some very interesting pants, but what is fashion if it’s not about taking risks?

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Trey Lyles

Instead of going all out, Trey kept it simple and it really worked in his benefit.

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Devin Booker

If men are ever confused about how a suit should fit, I would point them in Devin’s direction. Maybe it’s just me, but I think his suit was made for him.

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Cameron Payne

From the double-breasted jacket, to the white pants, to the printed shirt, to the flower, Cameron wins my vote for best dressed.

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Kelly Oubre

This was a risky choice on Kelly’s part, but I think it works for him. And I’m loving that tie.

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Jerian Grant

The red flower and tie are the perfect touches for a great gray suit.

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