Love him or hate him, either way, you're talking about him — and that's exactly what MMA's sartorial superstar Conor McGregor wants.
As the boldest trash talker of a generation, Conor McGregor's persona goes way beyond the Octagon (and the boxing ring). He's the fight games' loudest and most notorious dresser. His bold, super expensive style taps into a new wave of confidence in menswear. While many are inspired to dress like him, the budget can get in the way. Don't worry. You've got alternatives. Let's take a look at some of Conor's best looks, and we'll show you how to dress like him for less.
The great thing about a high-end casual look like this? You can re-create it for a fraction of the price. Conor McGregor nails this fit by pairing a bold Louis Vuitton Camo sweater $900
+USD with a more muted, perfectly faded pair of light denim.
Follow that same recipe with a +39 Masq sweater ($235), Archer the Fourth pants ($275), and Clae loafers ($150 now $105). All in you're dressing like Conor for $660 (a fraction of what McGregor paid).
Athleisure is a major part of Conor McGregor's signature style. We love Umoro — they're nailing the sporty off-duty looks like this one at a price that's more than fair ($108 for the hoodie, $95 for the joggers). Coming Soon! Pre-order Here. Classic New Balances ($110) finish the look off perfectly. This McGregor style look has us at an all in cost of $313. Pretty great compared to $3,000 for a Gucci tracksuit.
While promoting his upcoming fight against Floyd Mayweather, McGregor caught some headlines with his less than polite bespoke David August suit. (Yes, our team can replicate it for around $6000) While we can't totally endorse that particular print, most of McGregor's suit game is perfectly on point. A suit that fits like Conor's, there's no substitute for custom. He pays $5,000+ for his suits — we can hook you up for a quite a bit less than that. Working with our in-house tailors Konstantine and Graham, you can go custom and dress like Conor McGregor, starting at $895. Finished here with a Stenstrom's shirt ($250) and Duchamp London tie ($150), a custom suit like this can be as bold as your creativity takes you. We recommend taking a page from McGregor's book and going all out.
Photography: Christopher Massardo