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Super bowl Outfits

The Kansas City Chiefs may have won Superbowl LVIII, but who were the real fashion winners? Last Sunday, many players were strutting around Allegiant Stadium before kickoff. But with so many famous faces in attendance, it would be hard not to include celebrities in this fashion showdown.

Photo Credits: NFL on ESPN

Lets get into it. 

Talanoa Hufanga, San Fransico 49ers safety, pulled up to support his teammates in style. Despite being unable to play after suffering a torn ACL earlier in the season, Hufanga made his appearance and gave the media something to talk about: his outfit. 

Players’ outfits catch multiple eyes and have you turning your head again to do a double take. Hufanga had us doing just that and we’re here for it because of its cultural representation. 

Hufanga represented Tonga in a traditional Ta’Ovola. It is worn by Tongan men, a mat wrapped around the waist, showing a sign of respect, wearing it for special occasions. And this was a special occasion, just didn’t bode well for the 49ers.  

Photo Credits: Richie James

We have to talk about this fit. Richie James, a Chiefs wide receiver, brought the heat. He was wearing Couture Look #22 from A/W24 by SilkSamurai. And when it's caught from different angles, it looks like it's glowing. 

James shined in more ways than one on Superbowl Sunday.

Kyle Juszczyk, the NFL loves your wife. Kristin Juszczyk creates custom game day outfits for fans and fellow wives and girlfriends of athletes. After Taylor Swift was caught in one of her designs, Juszczyk went viral, and the NFL was proud to offer her a deal to use teams’ logos.

So, of course, she had to make sure her husband looked fashionably stylish for Super Bowl LVIII. It was all smiles for Kyle Juszczyk walking through the tunnel before the game. It’s kind of hard not to when you’re rocking your teammates’ signatures on your varsity jacket. 

Photo Credits: NFL

It’s giving Mr. Popular high school varsity football player in the best way possible. Can’t forget to mention, that jacket will be worth a lot of money in the future. 

It has four Pro Bowl players’ signatures on it. 

Photo Credits: NFL

While both teams had some stellar attire, so did the celebrities in attendance. A prime example is Jay-Z and his daughters. 

Who doesn’t love a little matching moment? 

Jay-Z and his oldest daughter, Blue Ivy, both rocked embellished leather jackets on Sunday. Instead of twinning, they were tripleting, as Rumi, Blue Ivy’s sister was also rocking the leather bomber. 

Photo Credits: X

It’d be wrong not to include our halftime performer, Usher. Yeah, he killed those stage outfits. It’s kind of hard to compete. 

His custom blue and black Off-White suit was covered with 394,000 crystals. If you thought he outdid himself with the sequin leather biker jacket, you are wrong. The sequin jacket plus the roller skates. Mr. Usher, you made sure no one would forget your performance. 

Photo Credits: Billboard

In addition to performing the halftime show, he also tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend, Jenn Goicoechea.

Photo Credits: Instagram

Edited by Ashly Roman 

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