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NFL 2023 NFL Draft Fit Recap

May 18, 2023

The next generation of NFL stars took center stage at the 2023 NFL Draft.

The next generation of NFL stars took center stage at the 2023 NFL Draft. The draft hopefuls got the opportunity to show off their personal style and personalities as they hit the red carpet. Color, texture, and, as always, diamonds were some of the standouts of the night. The players didn’t hold back on their fashion choices as the moment they waited their whole lives for came true. Below is our list of the top fits we saw the future Pros style in!

Bryce Young

Bryce Young made history in style tonight by becoming the first number one overall pick to be selected from the University of Alabama. Young chose a pink Dior look that more than lived up to the moment. The unique jacket featured a removable scarf that gave the illusion of another set of sleeves. The deconstructed vibes were continued in the matching pants which had a turned-down waistband. The future Panther chose the Dior B23 Low Top Sneaker to complete his draft night fit.

Bijan Robinson

The first running back off the board, Bijan Robinson, chose a black double-breasted suit from Isaia with a muted print for the night’s festivities. He added Louis Vuitton boots that reflected the same subtle statement. Robinson accessorized with a custom chain from @LeoKhusro. The necklace featured his initials and two crosses that demonstrated his commitment to his faith. The eighth overall pick’s attention to detail did not go unnoticed as he discovered he was Atlanta-bound.

CJ Stroud

Former Ohio State quarterback, CJ Stroud, walked the red carpet in a custom suit by Soto and Co which featured further custom, artistic details. The three-piece suit was painted by mixed-media artist and former college football player, @bluethegreat, with small, multicolored smudges on the jacket, pants, and vest. His rare Christian Louboutin shoes were one of 22 pairs made. The second overall pick also wore a custom chain by Zo Frost for the finishing touch.

Tyree Wilson

Texas Tech-product, Tyree Wilson, waited for his name to be called in a statement print. Wilson’s custom suit was made by Baynes and Baker, and his goal was to wear something that would pop. The future Las Vegas Raider finished off his fit with accessories worthy of his new city. He chose black Prada sneakers, Louis Vuitton sunglasses, a Zo Frost custom chain, and an Audemars Piguet watch.

Jaxon Smith-Njigba

The next in a long line of talented Ohio State receivers, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, arrived in a linen Hugo Boss suit. His accessories separated him from the crowd as well as his route-running. The newest Seattle Seahawk wore Prada Runway sunglasses, a Prada belt, and Prada loafers that were embellished with studs and rhinestones. Smith-Njigba’s custom Leo Khusro chain featured his famous initials.

Jordan Addison

Former Biletnikoff award winner, Jordan Addison, reflected the flash of his final college destination in his custom suit by Pantheon Limited. The USC product rocked a pink cherry blossom printed suit with a matching bow tie. Addison kept his Palm Angels sunglasses on as he walked across the stage in Chanel sneakers. He also added a Rolex and a custom chain by Leo Khusro.

Brian Branch

Baynes and Baker created a custom double-breasted white suit for former Alabama cornerback, Brian Branch. Branch stated that he chose bright white for his draft look because it’s clean. He paired the suit with Prada sneakers and Prada sunglasses. His chain by Leo Khusro included a palm tree that he said reminds him of good vibes, but it can also allude to his lockdown guarding skills and putting receivers on an island.

Zay Flowers

Future Baltimore Raven, Zay Flowers, packed a lot of meaning into his custom draft look from black-owned brand Lepremier Miami. His black leather suit was embellished on the sides with flowers referencing his last name. The lining of his suit jacket was filled completely with family photos. Flowers walked the red carpet in Rick Owens sneakers. His chain was the most special aspect of his draft night fit. It was a memorial piece for his late mother, and it was in the shape of a flower, another shoutout to his last name. He included 14 petals to represent his 14 brothers and sisters.

Joey Porter Jr.

Former Penn State cornerback and NFL legacy, Joey Porter Jr., attended Day 1 of the NFL Draft in a custom, light brown Soto and Co suit. After a conversation with his mother, Porter Jr decided that the unique color of the suit would help him stand out and complement his complexion. He highlighted the look with Prada loafers and plenty of diamonds from Leo Khusro on his wrist and neck.

Anthony Richardson

One of the most athletically gifted NFL prospects ever, Anthony Richardson, was designed to stand out. He did so on the Draft stage in a custom, grey double-breasted suit by Todd Patrick. The look was designed by Desyree Nicole and Diane (@Donnedxlebon), and they made sure to include a matching look for Richardson’s younger brother. The lining of the future Indianapolis Colt’s suit jacket was embroidered with the statement, “I want to be a legend,” setting the tone for his professional career.

Will Anderson Jr.

Will Anderson, the third overall pick and first defensive player to be drafted, teamed up with stylist @flygrldia to choose a custom blue striped suit with red accents. The color scheme of the Brian Alexander look was appropriate for his new team, the Houston Texans. Anderson played into his nickname by wearing socks printed with ‘the Terminator’ and a matching Terminator iced-out necklace by Leo Khusro. He completed the fit with large, gold lapel pins featuring his initials and aviator sunglasses.

Jalen Carter

Jalen Carter brought the royal vibes in a purple Brian Alexander suit and coordinating purple silk shirt. Carter included a few unique details to add even more of his own flair to the look. His jacket featured an interesting buckle detail instead of traditional buttons, and the defensive lineman added a galaxy-print pocket square. The newest Philadelphia Eagle accessorized with a diamond chain and fully iced out watch.

Paris Johnson Jr.

Paris Johnson Jr, the sixth overall pick, hit the red carpet in a custom off-white suit by Brian Anderson. The details made the suit special with it’s pearl buttons and customized shirt cuffs. Johnson Jr paired the look with the Dior B23 High-Top Sneaker and Dior sunglasses. Both featured the brand’s signature Oblique monogram print. The future Arizona Cardinals offensive lineman of course finished the look with a custom chain with his initials.

Christian Gonzalez

New Patriots cornerback, Christian Gonzalez, opted for a white custom suit from Unique Threads. The lining of his suit jacket was the colors of the Colombian flag which is a reference to his Colombian heritage. He wanted to represent his culture and inspire others in South America to chase their dreams. This colorful and meaningful detail made the whole look. Gonzalez added Amiri sneakers and a cross chain from Zo Frost to finish off his red carpet fit.

Keion White

Former Georgia Tech defensive end, Keion White, collaborated with his tailor and freestyles ideas to come up with his brown Draft night suit. White put a heavy emphasis on being different and elevating the classics to complete his vision for his look. He stood out wearing Doc Marten shoes and added a unique d-ring belt to his double-breasted blazer. White completed the fit with a large gold watch and sprinkle of ice on his wrist and neck.

Will Levis

Quarterback Will Levis made an appearance on draft night in a classic blue three piece suit with a tone on tone print. He kept it simple with a silver watch and a printed pocket square. The most special detail was his large, square cuff links that had a football player on them coincidentally wearing Levis’ number 7. These belonged to his late grandfather, and his mother gifted them to him for this important night.

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