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Like LeBron James, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has taken a serious approach when it comes to fashion.
If you've seen him off the court, you probably understand that his style can be a bit outlandish at times.
He's run the gamut, rocking flood pants, small leather accessories and an array of sunglasses over his career in South Beach.
But he's a risk-taker at heart—a risk-taker who more times than not hits on his choices.
Think of Wade's style as a blend between Miami Vice's Crockett and Tubbs and high-end runway couture. He is so confident in his ability to dress that he went out and dedicated part of his own website to his style.
On the site, you'll find this gem of a quote:
Fashion comes and goes. Style is forever. A gentleman is always a trendsetter, not a follower. Wade has been known to be a risk taker with his style, but that is simply another example of how he has every intention to be true to himself. As another gentleman, Oscar De La Renta, has said, 'Fashion is about dressing in what is fashionable. Style is about being true to yourself.'
Between LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Wade, Miami's Big Three legacy goes beyond championships. It also flows into culture when it comes to their influence on how to take advantage of the league's dress code.