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Five Times Javale Mcgee Slayed With His Outfit

Five Times Javale Mcgee Slayed With His Outfit

NBA star, JaVale McGee is no stranger when it comes to the fashion scene and always pays great attention to his looks. The Laker Center has a love of graphic prints and statement pieces and never steps outside without a pair a sunnies.

1. The Espys

JaVale was easily one of the best-dressed players during the 2018 Espy awards. For his red carpet look, JaVale went full Gucci in one of the brands classic rose print suits paired with Gucci loafers and finished off with the streetwear staple of the year, the Gucci bum bag. The La Laker also added some subtle gold touches to the look with a small chain, watch, bracelet and of course sunglasses.

2. Knight in White

Back in his warrior days, JaVale’s outfits often featured some team-spirit. To kick-start the playoffs McGee showed up in a full white look build around a Golden State Warrior, Looney Tune graphic-tee. The look instantly caught a lot of attention to which McGee simply replied: “Wear that all white when I’m feeling godly”.

3. Front Row Seat

NBA players never seize the opportunity to attend fashion week to show off their best looks and JaVale is no exception. While attending the LaQuan Smith Spring/Summer 2019 show, JaVale went for a full black look with pops of purple. The looks biggest highlights are without a doubt the statement two-tone Nike kicks.

4. Tropical Vibes

JaVale was definitely channeling tropical Summer vibes with this Egyptian themed co-ord on his way to practice. To highlight the colors in the print, JaVale finished off the look by adding a green bandana and sneakers, as well as some touches of gold jewelry.


For his most recent look, JaVale built an outfit around a statement Gucci Jacket layered over a Vetements graphic tee and Amiri trousers. To accessorize McGee added some extra trend pieces such as the Off-White industrial belt and a black leather bum bag.

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