The fashionable style of Cam Newton

I’m always amazed at how different athletes look in their street clothes versus their uniforms. I can remember when I was a freelance writer for the Memphis Grizzlies, and they would come out of the locker room after the game. They also looked so handsome, stylish and polished … but you had to be very quick to catch them before they made it out the door or you didn’t get much of an interview.

Nowadays, many of the top athletes that we are cheering for on the field often are now gracing the cover of major fashion magazines, starting their own fashion lines and getting their own shoes, colognes, etc.

Carolina Panther’s quarterback Cam Newton is not only leading his team to their first Super Bowl, but has certainly graced many magazines covers over the last few years.

His 6-foot-5-inch frame has become a beacon for fashion statements for items such as smoking slippers, bold blazers and furry foxtail key chains. But according to him, things weren’t always this way.

“I have a range of styles, but nothing flamboyant,” Newton told WWD in 2012, his second season in the NFL and ahead of launching his Made Cam Newton men’s wear line with Belk.

That was then, and this is now: As he’s settled into his game, Newton’s style has become more flamboyant both on and off the field. Given his stellar season and now that they are heading to the big game, I’m sure we’ll see a lot of more of his stylish outfits during media week.

Below is a link to more of his stylish outfits during the season:

Cam Newtown’s Fashion Style

Until next time my Veteran Fashionistas, as always, stay fashionable!

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About the Author

Jackie Tacke

Jacquelyn Tacke is a proud Navy veteran. She has represented designers from “Project Runway,” “Project Runway All Stars,” “All On The Line,” etc. Some of those designers’ lines were sold in Dillard’s, Lane Bryant, the Smithsonian museum, as well as a variety of boutiques across the U.S. She has produced celebrity fashion shows all across the country and abroad. She was also a guest speaker for FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising) in San Diego and is a member of Fashion Group International.

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