Conor McGregor is a mixed martial artist. Conor shares a similarly vicious fashion sense. Here are some style lessons we could learn from him.
Conor McGregor is a mixed martial artist who competes in the featherweight and lightweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Conor shares a similarly vicious fashion sense. Here are some style lessons we could learn from him.
Conor is the current UFC Featherweight Champion and the former Cage Warriors featherweight and lightweight champion. With numerous titles to his name, McGrogor is definitely not one to mess around with in the ring.
However, he is just as great a sartorial gentleman as he is a fighter. Rather than the traditional Ed Hardy tees and snapbacks fighter style, McGregor displays a level of class. Here are a few style tips we learned from him:
Fit is key: McGregor’s suits fit him like a glove, which goes a long way in being stylish. Always set aside between a healthy amount for alterations. If, like McGregor, you have an built physique with shoulders far wider than your waist, then you really want alterations.
Cover up: A waistcoat gives your outfit a little extra umph, it also has a great look on your torso, slimming you quickly. If you’re already chiseled, then a waistcoat will accentuate what you have, with widening your shoulders and slimming your middle. For the bigger people, a waistcoat will trim you down.
Combine right: A tip is your tie and pocket square can be similar in colour, or but on a different scale. A great misconception is that matching makes perfect sense. A matte cotton or linen handkerchief is a great balance to a lustrous tie and doesn’t make the overall look too shiny.
Sculpt your chin: This is about facial hairs. McGregor’s caveman beard makes his manliness look even more manly. Balanced with his skin-tight fade, which is another way to reveal character, the effect is even more established.
Give them a show: McGregor’s dress sense often matches his talk. It’s all a part of his show. If you look and sound like it, you may as well be it. Dressing like a boss is never a bad thing. It shows effort, attention to detail and competence.
Like the fighter puts it, “There’s two things I really like to do and that’s whoop ass and look good.”What do you think of McGregor’s style? Let us know below.