Athletes, entertainers show off Super Bowl fashion

Even though Super Bowl 55 will be played in helmets and jerseys, football stars and celebs stepped out in fun looks ahead of the big game. Here are some of our favorites.

Bucs linebacker Shaquil Barrett, full of team spirit, wowed in a red and black plaid outfit with matching red shades.

Titans running back and NFL AP Offensive Player of the Year Derrick Henry gave off crossing guard chic vibes in a highlighter-yellow suit and sweater.

Bucs quarterback Tom Brady strolled the field at Raymond James Stadium in a khaki bomber jacket ahead of the big game. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes sported a red and grey three-piece suit with red accessories.

Meanwhile, Bucs center Ryan Jensen donned a shirt featuring a shirtless Tom Brady.

Gronk showed up in a custom three-piece suit made by Gentleman’s Playbook and a navy mask bearing the menswear company’s logo. Gentleman’s Playbook has a client list that includes several prominent Tampa Bay area athletes, wrote Times Lightning reporter Ed Encina.

Tampa Bay Lightning players showed support with Bucs jerseys and masks.

Video: How Arians’ head coaching style clicked with Brady (NBC Sports)

And of course, no fashion roundup would be complete without a fun look from Miley Cyrus. The TikTok Tailgate headliner wore a sporty look punctuated by Vintage Dior leather lace-up boots. The pop star wore a pink and black cheerleader outfit decorated with the letters FTW onstage.

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