Want To Be A Baller And Dress Like ‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor? You Don’t Have Enough Money
We already knew that Conor McGregor has a, how shall I put this, very unique sense of fashion before he went on his wild and wacky world tour with Floyd Mayweather. (Who will ever forget his $6,500 “F*ck You” suit? Which you can actually buy.) His wardrobe choices, however, are actually very fitting since Conor McGregor is also most certainly a very unique individual.
For instance, I love the fact that McGregor is single-handedly trying to make the turtleneck and fur coats great again. Just one look at what he wore to the press conference for his fight with Eddie Alvarez last year.
That, there, is a man who lives life to the beat of his own drum, folks. Actually though, the look was really an homage to Smokin’ Joe Frazier and what he wore at the press conference for his fight against Muhammad Ali in 1974.
However, as we all saw, McGregor somehow managed to even top himself with the Gucci outfit he wore to the Barclay’s Center during his world tour.
Amazing, right? Think maybe that might be a look you’d be interested in trying out? According to Billboard, it’ll cost you.
McGregor waltzed out of Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center locker room for his pre-fight press conference wearing a custom Gucci mink coat with the Italian house’s signature snake embroidered on the back, accessorizing his estimated $30,000 coat with 1970s inspired brocade Gucci pants and matching red turtleneck (which was later discarded for the fight). Do the math, and the entire outfit costs over a reported $150,000.
In other words, McGregor’s outfit, for one night, that he didn’t even wear all of, cost a little over three times the median wage for an American worker, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Let’s check out a little more of McGregor’s very unique sartorial taste…
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This was outside what was supposedly "2pacs last LA home before he was shot. For sale at 2.6million." I was sent a picture of it just today by my sister and said fuck it, I'll go look at it when I land. It was more like some old ladies gaf, mad pong out of it an all. My bollox. Could have said anyone lived in the gaf. Good luck bye.