In this week's match up, TSR asks which Super Bowl-worthy coach is best dressed for success and the elements?
Let's take a closer look at Coach Bill Belichick:
|Coach Belichick fancies short-sleeved cutoff sweatshirts|
|In a rare long-sleeved version and head wrap|
|Wearing a throwback Patriots puff ball beanie|
|Another serious head wrap with matching facial expression|
Next up is Coach Tom Coughlin:
|Coach Coughlin keeps it simple with NYG gear|
|Sporting a Giants beanie|
|In another NYG blue windbreaker|
|Noticing a pattern?|
Let's break this down: Both coaches are clearly consistent - in wardrobe and wins. As for appropriate winter wear, they seem to have a variety of options to choose from. However, one of them gets higher marks for making the same ol' look fresh.
The winner of the Super Bowl Showdown is: Coach Tom Coughlin.
With all due respect to Coach Belichick, cutoff gray sweatshirts don't do him justice. Frankly, it makes him look unprofessional and sloppy, which is not who he is or what he's about. He's notorious for his intensity and attention to detail, but that doesn't come across in his appearance. It also doesn't look very warm. Really, what is the point of a sweatshirt with short sleeves?! On the other hand, Coach Coughlin sticks to his tried and true windbreaker and hat ensemble in that vibrant Giants blue. His look might be routine, but it's tailored, protective and put together in a way becoming of a successful coach. Consistency isn't all bad, especially when you're winning.
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The Style Ref