CESC FABREGAS is a fully fledged member of the Gucci Gang.
With a salary of £156,000-a-week, Chelsea’s midfield maestro can well-afford to be shopping in the Italian luxury brand.
He’s won La Liga and the Premier League, as well as the World Cup and European Championships with Spain.
Fabregas has been at the top of European football for the past decade and his pay packet has reflected that.
Fabregas frequently shows off his clothes on social media while posing with members of his family.
But while the Spaniard spends big on his clothes, you don’t have to. We’ve shopped around and found the affordable versions of Fabregas’ style.
- Tiger print hoodie, £19.99 from Condemned Nation at Foot Asylum – buy here
- Mesh-trimmed cap, £6 from ASOS – buy here
When his daughter turned 18 in October, Fabregas posted an image of himself to Instagram wearing a Gucci hoody with a tiger on the front.
Maybe he’s looking for a move to Hull Tigers.
Buying one will set you back £1,275 but you can get it for a fraction of that.
And Fabregas likes to give himself as much anonymity as possible, which this black cap helps provide.
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- Ma1 bomber jacket, £102.50 from Alpha Industries at ASOS – buy here
- Suede boots, £60 from Walk London at ASOS – buy here
- Distressed jeans, £18.75 from Boohoo – buy here
If you haven’t got £1,125 to spend on a winter jacket from Canada Goose then ASOS has a much more affordable version at £102.50.
Fabregas’ stylish ripped jeans can be found on Boohoo for less than £20 while you can get some suede boots for £60 off ASOS.
Fabregas’ Drake-style look is stylish and will prepare you for a fashionable winter.
When Fabregas wants to add a bit of class to his casual look he throws on his Gucci blazer.
At £1,640, it’s quite an expensive addition to the outfit.
But, again, ASOS comes to our aid when we’re looking as re-creating Fabregas’ fashion, for the online retailer provides a virtually identically blazer at just £70.
And, like the Spanish midfielder, it looks best with some light blue skinny jeans.
At Boohoo, they are available for £18.
Finish off the look with a similar version to Fabregas’ Gucci trainers that cost £630.
Here, you’ve got two options. Either head to River Island for a striped pair at £28 or to H&M for an embroidered pair at £24.99.
- Camo-print hoodie, £38.46 from adidas – buy here
- Colour-block cap, £6.99 from Spreadshirt – buy here
- Drop-crotch jogger, £13.50 from Boohoo – buy here
Just like you, Fabregas likes to be comfortable as well.
The World Cup-winner wears Puma-sponsored clothes including this hoody which will set you back £199.
But adidas do a cheaper version in Camo print.
You can pick one up for just £38.46 while Boohoo do some drop-crotch jogging bottoms for the small price of £13.50.
- Checked swim shorts, £10.50 from Boohoo – buy here
- Printed tank top, £18 from Calvin Klein Jeans – buy here
- Khaki swim shorts, £12.99 from French Connection at M&M Direct – buy here
If you spend three years playing in Barcelona then you need to be stylish on the beach, too.
Fabregas and his family know how to do exactly that.
His outfit will set you back £300 but there is a way to look the same for not nearly as much.
Boohoo’s chequered swim shorts are just £10.50 while the printed tank top will only cost £18 from Calvin Klein.
If it’s khaki you’re after then you’re looking at an extra £2.49 with French Connection’s shorts at £12.99.
To finish off Fabregas’ look you need the aviators and the flip flops.
You can get them both for less than it costs to watch him play football, with the sunglasses at £12 and flip flops just £5 from ASOS.