Former footballer David Beckham is undoubtedly one of the most stylish Tom cats around. His rugged good looks and sharp suits have cemented him as a fashion god among critics. He’s also married to long-time fashion queen Victoria Beckham which adds to his sartorial credentials.
Fancy stealing David Beckham’s style? Follow Peacock‘s top tips:
STEP #1 UNLEASH YOUR INNER ROCK STAR
Even when he’s candidly papped out riding his bike, Becks still looks like he’s stepped out of a Kings of Leon music video. Those rockstar wayfarers, that rough-around-the-edges lumberjack shirt, those tattoos..Swoon. Whether you’re a bike fanatic or not, you can easily recreate this bad boy look with desert boots, dark jeans and a signature checked shirt. It also helps if you have a beard.
STEP #2: UP YOUR TIE GAME
In fact, step up your formal game altogether. David knows how to scrub up well and is frequently spotted rocking a 1920s tie clip, pocket hankerchief, snazzy tie, razor cut jacket and slim trousers. Dapper occasions see Beckham pull out all the stops with a signature slicked back ‘do and groomed facial hair. It’s all in the little details for Becks.
Navy, olive green and Jacobean brown suits instead of standard black, a polka dot tie instead of a plain style and for award show impressing, the addition of a classic bow tie.
STEP #3: INVEST IN CASUAL CLASSICS
David’s take on casual wear comes in the form of classic pieces mixed with trendy apparel for a contemporary look. The sartorial king is a fan of Great Gatsby era flat caps choosing to pair them with leather and bomber jackets in matching colours.
STEP #4: LEAVE YOUR HAT ON
Following on from the last point, Golden Balls loves a good hat. The star is often papped in a classic beanie, a baseball or flat cap styled with desert boots or retro trainers depending on his mood.
STEP #5: CHANGE UP YOUR HAIRSTYLE
The best style icons aren’t afraid to change up their look. From the gelled curtains of his formative years to shaven buzz cuts, Beckham has tried out more hairstyles than most. Our personal favourite has to be the soft undercut and toussled quiff though- it’s just so suave.