Success aside, every football manager has a signature style. From Southgate’s waistcoat to Lampard’s tracksuit get up, here’s how you can dress like a football manager.
Dressed to the nines in a suit and tie or in a full tracksuit in the dugout, these football managers cover both smart and casual grounds. Love ’em or hate ’em, there are no penalties for siding with your favourite style. From Mourinho to Ferguson, let’s tackle the looks.
England manager Gareth Southgate is now known for his love of a waistcoat. Taking us through the *cough* World Cup, Southgate became the icon and waistcoats became the outfit.
Never not wearing a bomber and always with a strong pair of jeans to hand, Pep Guardiola’s style is stripped back and simple. He’s just the epitome of cool, right? Don’t forget to add a scarf in the winter!
Another manager, another puffer coat. This time, however, a puffer is paired with a tracksuit for match day comfort. Lampard, best known for dressing down, is living proof that trackies can be worn outside the house, too!
Last but by no means least, Sir Alex Ferguson. Considered one of the greatest managers of all time, he’s rarely seen without his suit and tie. Undoubtedly a legend, a suit is a classic look for every guy. If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.