If he’s not killin’ it in the octagon…
he’s killin’ it in the style game.
I’ll be honest…
he’s a rule breaker.
But when you know the rules – you can break them with confidence.
And that’s exactly what he does.
So – that’s why I found three outfits that are definitely breaking the rules but attention grabbers nonetheless.
Style # 1: Mix and Match
Conor McGregor has an insatiable taste for custom-made bespoke suits. Like his diverse fighting styles, he has a good eye for combining both formal and casual outfits into one winning form.
Surprisingly, his bespoke suit jacket and trouser set match well with his “less than formal” shoes, colorful socks, playful bow tie and pocket square.
Here’s a quick breakdown:
Plaid gray designer suit for a Victorian-era theme. Dual button and single breasted. With pockets on the left breast and hips. With four black buttons at the sleeve ends.
Same color and pattern with the suit. With the right fit at the waist, wearing a belt becomes optional.
Light caramel brown. Made from silk giving it a nice glossy shine.
White long sleeve dress shirt for all around versatility.
Solid burgundy with small polka dots pattern for a more playful personality.
Round dress watches with cordovan leather strap for a little dose of formality.
Suede brown lace shoes with the beige color sole for a nice semi-formal beat.
An interesting twist. Aqua blue reflects his energetic and feisty persona both inside and outside of the octagon.
Style # 2: Keep It Cool And Simple
McGregor’s style preference can be too much for many guys to follow. His peculiar but surprisingly impressive way of dressing up may not suit everyone’s budget and taste.
Here is one outfit that’s less intricate and easier to follow but still pulls off that spiffy punch.
The fighting pride of Dublin in his winning form.
Looks simple and smart, gray doesn’t it?
Here are the items you need:
- A button down long sleeve dress shirt. (Light blue with micro polka dot pattern)
- Light gray dress trouser
- Leather cordovan belt with standard buckle
- Dark sunglass
- For the shoes, choose either from black, brown or cordovan
Style # 3: Never Go Wrong With Shorts
Who says that wearing trousers is the only way to look stylish when going casual?
Not for McGregor.
McGregor happily shows us on what trouser shorts can do.
A nice and relaxing blend of blue. Wearing a trouser short is one great way to flaunt those meaty calves around.
How To Give This Outfit A Try?
You need a button up light blue dress shirt. It doesn’t matter which brand. Disregard the logo on the picture. As long as it’s the right color and fit, you’re set to go.
Untucked and rolled down sleeves is one good option to try, as shown above. Another great way is to try the opposite. Simply roll the sleeves up, tuck the front part to show off that nice belt buckle.
When you have the leg muscle to show, don’t hide it, flaunt it. Try wearing a two pocket navy shorts. With the right fit and length (the leg opening just right above the knee), it’s the perfect match for your dress shirt.
A pair of navy espadrille shoes with white or beige sole provides a funky and groovy finish.
No need for over the top accessories. All you need is a casual watch or a sports watch.
Final Winning Thoughts
Conor McGregor sure knows how to win a fight. But as you can see, he is also a master of style. Not only is his fighting technique a wonder to watch but his way of dressing up is a sure sight to behold.
Like his deadly attack combos inside the octagon, Ireland’s proud fighting lad is a sure knockout artist when combining his outfits too. If you are in for a serious makeover, McGregor is one upcoming style icon you can look up to.