The Most Outrageous Fashion Moments In Miami Heat Big Three History
The Miami Heat’s big three are an exuberant bunch. Ever since combining forces in Miami back in 2010, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh have been putting on a show. And not just on the court.
They have taken their fashion choices to another level, experimenting on several occasions and even crossing the line on a few. And while they all have their own individual and unique style, we have surely seen the three influence each other in one way or another.
There is no doubt that south beach is making them lose their minds as they all truly think that they are some fashionistas appointed by the basketball Gods. You guys play ball. Stay in your lane. You don’t see Kanye trying to get on Jay’s (former) team.
And in the 2013 playoffs alone, we have seen this trend once again skyrocket into another stratosphere. Especially in D-Wade — we have seen some truly outrageous selections for his pregame attire. But the question is still in the air — is it corny? Or is it fly? You be the judge.
LeBron is definitely the most subdued out of the big three. However that’s not to say that he hasn’t had his moments. We have seen the King try to push the boundaries on a couple of occasions and the results are mixed. But if there’s one thing we can agree on, it’s that he needs to burn that red sweater of his.
Bosh is just a step ahead of James, as he likes to really put himself out there and let his true colors show. The most suspect player in the league takes his style very seriously and you can see this by his quite dapper choices. He rocks more masculine looks, which distinctly contrasts his bubbly personality. He’s still a sus boy though.
D-Wade is on some next sh*t. He and Russell Westbrook are the only two players in the league who will literally wear anything they want and somehow swag it out. While he pushes the envelope more than anyone else on the Heat, most of the time it pays off. However he continues to shock us with some very crazy pieces from time to time.