Fashion expert rates classic and horrible football kits
Football and fashion are grown closer over time
Football kits used to be reserved for the players alone, until clubs realised that they could actually make money selling their kits to adoring fans. But clubs and kit manufacturers walk a fine line between what properly represents the club and what will look good on someone walking down the street.
This fine line has sometimes led to football kits that can only be described as total and utter disasters. We're talking kits featuring what appear to be ketchup stains, we're talking shirts with actual tassels over the chest, we're talking boxy shapes and general ugliness.
So what better to do than get an actual, professional fashion designer to rate some classic football kits, and some of the more horrible ones as well.
“Apparently the Mexico goalkeeper designed his kit himself. This is why they should stick to football.”
We got a fashion designer to rate some classic football kits. And some horrible ones too. pic.twitter.com/07ouGnVCIH
— FootballJOE (@FootballJOE) May 14, 2020