Ever heard of the phrase, "look good, feel good, play good?" The teams that wore these kits probably had that kind of feeling when they played.
There have been some pretty good kits since the Premier League began in 1992. These kits stand out for a variety of reasons. Whether it's the style, the color, or some great design.
Here are some of the best of the bunch.
Everton has a pretty nice kit this year with the collar and a simple, clean look throughout.
Arsenal's first foray into the blue away stripe was really well done. The small pinstripes, the collar, and the matching shorts and socks give this a really good feel.
Manchester United had the team looking good as usual during the 2009/10 season. Everything fits together really well in this kit with a well-laid out shirt and the black socks.
Chelsea didn't do much wrong here. The stripe down the middle does not take away from the overall clean white look of the kit.
Arsenal's 2005/06 kit had a good look about it in all aspects. The color may have seemed a weird choice at first but the simple shirt makes it really good.
Liverpool can't really go wrong with its all-red home kit. All the stripes are well-placed and the overall sleek design of the kit is interesting.
Arsenal's home kit over the last couple years has been really good. From top to bottom this kit has a really good look with the red on the sleeves and the white shorts and socks.
Manchester City imitates AC Milan with its away kit this season. It's not an exact copy though, and the black socks and shorts make it Manchester City's own effort.
Manchester United's treble-winning campaign occurred while it was wearing one of its best kits. Seems like football shirts always look better with collars, and the rest of the kit isn't too bad either.
A simple look is always nice, and Tottenham gets it spot on here. Everything is well-placed on the shirt, and there aren't many stripes taking away from the whole setup.
It's another good entry from Chelsea right here. Adidas usually makes some good jerseys, and they can add this one to the list.
All-black kits usually look good, and Liverpool's away kit this year is no exception. The pinstripes are nice and not distracting.
Here's another all-black selection, this time from Tottenham. Spurs didn't go as plain as Liverpool, but the slash across the chest and the stripes on the socks are really well done.
Let's just get all the all-black kits out of the way then, shall we? Bolton's entry is a bit fancier than both Liverpool and Tottenham, but it really is good.
The logo is bigger but not distracting, and the various designs on the shirts, the shorts, and the socks all work together well.
In contrast to the all-black kits, all-white kits can be pretty sick as well. Sure they'll get dirty more easily, but they look fantastic. Swansea doesn't overdo it here and the neck, the design on the sides of the shirt, and the usual Adidas stripes make this a really good kit.
This tight-fitting jersey from Fulham has a pretty good look. The black stripe on the side that runs up to the sleeve is really good.
That design continues on to the shorts and ends with the socks. A good job here by Kappa.
With Eric Cantona popping the collar, this Manchester United kit gets some extra pizazz. Still, the collar works well, the rest of the kit is simple, and it looks good all together.
Like we said earlier, it's hard for Liverpool to go wrong with its red kits. Here, the collar is the only real shakeup in the design, but it fits in well with the rest of the kit.
The button up neck and the strong, bold, black stripes on the shirt make this a pretty solid kit from Newcastle. The rest of the kit is simple but nicely done
The variation in color and the red stripes, similar to Newcastle's black ones, make Sunderland's kit pretty nice to look at.
It isn't flashy but hits a lot of good marks due to how the socks work well with the shirt, and how the black on the collar and sleeves works with the shorts.
Simple, white, and with a nice collar, Leeds had a pretty good kit in the 2003/04 season.
Stoke City has a really nice kit this year. The whole design, from the striped shirt to the shorts with the nice pieces of red, is really well done.
Coventry City's kit in 1998 definitely deserves to be on this list. The pattern on the shirt flows really well into the shorts especially with the white stripe on the sides. All together, it's a really good look.
Nottingham Forest's first and only season in the Premier League saw them wear one of the best kits around.
The shirt is well done and the red block on the shorts is a nice touch.
Middlesbrough's design here is very simple yet good. The all-red setup is eerily similar to Liverpool's entries, but the few thin, white stripes on the shoulder and the one on the shorts work really well.
You don't normally get kits that are all blue, but Portsmouth does it well here. The gold lines throughout and on the sleeve give it a really sleek look.
You can't see it, but the back of this jersey has a really a nice white block where both the names and numbers can go.
That is pretty interesting, but its the front that really counts, and Wigan presents us with a kit that's easy on the eye.
It looks weird at first but on a personal level, the more I see it, the better it looks. Not sure if there will be another kit like this in the Premier League.
Their recent rise to the top of English football has seen Manchester City look good on the pitch on two levels.
There really isn't much to say about how good this kit looks.
Aston Villa has a nice entry here. The color on the collar, the sleeves, and the socks all look good in a very simple design.