Dominic Calvert-Lewin shows off school uniform look as England and Everton star poses for daring Homme+ magazine cover

FASHIONABLE Dominic Calvert-Lewin showed off his latest look while posing in a shirt, blazer and flared shorts for the cover of Homme Plus.

As well as scoring goals on the pitch, the Everton striker is passionate about stylish clobber off it.

And no look is too daring for the confident frontman.

Calvert-Lewin, 24, is willing to be experimental with what he wears – and isn't bothered about perceived gender norms or dated expectations.

In snaps for Homme Plus, he poses in a Prada outfit comprising of a white polka-dot shirt, blazer, black tie and flared shorts.

The look was put together by stylist Harry Lambert.

On expressing himself through what he wears, DCL previously told style magazine The Face: “As a footballer you’re so in a routine, and you do the same things every day.

“It’s that bit of freedom. If you want to wear a suit for no reason, why not?”


A passion for fashion is nothing new for the England star, with Calvert-Lewin having also revealed what he spent his first pay packet from Sheffield United on at 16.

He explained: "I gave my mum a portion of the money and went and spent the rest on this coat.

“I left myself with probably £20 for the rest of the month.”

On some of the comments he has received about what he likes to wear, DCL added: "Now the tables have turned and they go, ‘Actually, looks alright that, only you could pull that off.

“It’s like a backhanded compliment.”

His latest outfit has caused much chatter online.

Among immature comments, one fan wrote: "While it’s not an outfit I would wear, fair play to him doing what he wants to do. Whoever made the rules to say men can’t wear a skirt?! Or pink etc etc."

Another, not bothered by Calvert-Lewin's choice of clothing, joked: "This is shocking…. That bag doesn’t go with that outfit."

Calvert-Lewin attended New York fashion week alongside team-mate Tom Davies back in 2019.

And he isn't the first footballer to be snapped for Homme Plus.

Spurs star Son Heung-min posed in Prada while holding a cockerel for a previous issue.

While former heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua has also featured on their cover.

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