England manager Gareth Southgate saw the team to victory through a nail-biting match against Colombia, which went to extra time and a penalty shootout on Tuesday night.
Football fans have heaped praise on the gaffer during the World Cup in Russia for his tactics and calm composure, but there’s something else that has caught their attention.
Gareth appears to have made the waistcoat fashionable once again, after wearing it for all of the Three Lions’ games so far and supporters have been rushing to copy his look.
Marks & Spencer have said that demand for waistcoats has risen 35 per cent, thanks to the "Gareth Southgate" effect. They’ve been the official suit supplier to the England team since 2007.
And the good news is you can snap up Gareth’s navy three-piece suit for £264 and his red, white and blue tie for an extra £25.
England beat Colombia on penalties
If it’s just the tailored waistcoat you’re after, thats £65 on its own.
Before adding one to your online basket, make sure you take note of our advice on how NOT to wear the waistcoat. Steer clear of stripy co-ords à la Lewis Hamilton.
Who knew that Gareth would become such a trend setter?
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