Five Times Justin Anderson slayed with his outfit

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These days ballers are known for their style just as well as they’re known for their basketball skills. Philadelphia 76er, Justin Lamar Anderson is no exception. The twenty-four-year-old shooting-guard is starting to make his mark on both the court as the fashion scene. His casual chic style aesthetic is very mature compared to some of his NBA colleagues around the same age and definitely a good example for his peers. Here we selected five of those examples.

1. Silky Smooth

Whilst arriving at staple center, Anderson rocked a satin-sheen bomber jacket paired layered on top of a classic white shirt. In order the keep it fresh he tied the look with a pair of light-washed denim jeans and natural toned saint Laurent suede boots.

2. Trailblazer

Anderson is obviously aware of the rules of fashion and knows every young man should have a blazer as a staple-piece in their wardrobe. For this look, he styled a classic black blazer with a white tee and a pair of natural-toned chino’s. To finish off the look he even added a pocket square and statement handbag.

3. Givenchy Paris

You’re not an NBA player unless you have at least one Gucci, Balmain or Givenchy logo tee. Anderson is one of the few, however, to go for a more toned-down piece rather than an over the top graphic-tee. He paired the Givenchy logo tee with a pair of dark green utility trousers and simple black trainers, adding a military touch to the look.

4. Heading to practice

Keeping the military vibe alive, Anderson heads to practice, rocking a decorated, washed out utility jacket. He paired the jacket with a casual black hoodie and pitch black ripped jeans, finishing off the look with a pair of black and gold, high top Nike Dunks and a dark green backpack.

5. Mad for Plaid

In this final look, Anderson adds a pop of color and print to his outfit with a yellow flannel shirt, layered with an oversized knitted cardigan. He once again went with a pair of light washed jeans, finished off with white low-top Dunks and a gold necklace to bring out the yellow of the shirt.

These days ballers are known for their style just as well as they’re known for their basketball skills. Philadelphia 76er, Justin Lamar Anderson is no exception. The twenty-four-year-old shooting-guard is starting to make his mark on both the court as the fashion scene. His casual chic style aesthetic is very mature compared to some of his NBA colleagues around the same age and definitely a good example for his peers. Here we selected five of those examples.

1. Silky Smooth

Whilst arriving at staple center, Anderson rocked a satin-sheen bomber jacket paired layered on top of a classic white shirt. In order the keep it fresh he tied the look with a pair of light-washed denim jeans and natural toned saint Laurent suede boots.

2. Trailblazer

Anderson is obviously aware of the rules of fashion and knows every young man should have a blazer as a staple-piece in their wardrobe. For this look, he styled a classic black blazer with a white tee and a pair of natural-toned chino’s. To finish off the look he even added a pocket square and statement handbag.

3. Givenchy Paris

You’re not an NBA player unless you have at least one Gucci, Balmain or Givenchy logo tee. Anderson is one of the few, however, to go for a more toned-down piece rather than an over the top graphic-tee. He paired the Givenchy logo tee with a pair of dark green utility trousers and simple black trainers, adding a military touch to the look.

4. Heading to practice

Keeping the military vibe alive, Anderson heads to practice, rocking a decorated, washed out utility jacket. He paired the jacket with a casual black hoodie and pitch black ripped jeans, finishing off the look with a pair of black and gold, high top Nike Dunks and a dark green backpack.

5. Mad for Plaid

In this final look, Anderson adds a pop of color and print to his outfit with a yellow flannel shirt, layered with an oversized knitted cardigan. He once again went with a pair of light washed jeans, finished off with white low-top Dunks and a gold necklace to bring out the yellow of the shirt.

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