The NBA finals started last night with the Miami Heat versus the Oklahoma City Thunder. There has been a little 'you-can't-dress-better-than-me' war between both teams and their star players. The Heat and Thunder have been two teams that have consistently provided “cat walk” worthy ensembles during the post season.
However, not everyone is pleased with Wade's dramatic fashion choices.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith caught up with Wade's stylist, Calyann Barnett following game 7 and voiced his concern about Dwyane Wade's position in the black community, " “We are BLACK, we can’t do that.” Interestingly enough and applaudable, she let him make his case about him wearing pink pants.
I have not always agreed with Wade's style choices either, however, not for the same reasons as S.A.S. "
I applaud Wade's effort in trying to identify his steez. Dwyane has had a ROUGH fashion start and every style did NOT coincide with his personality. In other words, wear the style...do NOT let it wear you. Fashion is the playground that every kid is welcomed to play in but style is the inner circle or crew every kid wants to be accepted into. In this circle are rules, fundamentals and expectations that have been put into place by icons that have and do them well. Contrary to the newbies on the block, everything you throw together isn't a masterpiece for that specific person. JSJ
Lets take a look at Wade's Good, Bad and the Ugly:
Which style do you think Wade rocks the best?