Power Ranking Don Cherry's 25 Best Suits of All Time
Hockey Night in Canada would not be complete without Don Cherry. And Don Cherry would not be complete without a crazy, eye-popping suit.
Don Cherry has made some wardrobe choices that would send fashion aficionados into panic attacks, but I personally enjoy each and every one of Cherry's choice. He keeps the viewers on their toes.
Let's take a look at the best 25 suits Cherry has ever worn.
This suit doesn't even scratch the surface of the lunacy of Don Cherry's wardrobe choices.
I think maroon is Don Cherry's color, don't you?
Don Cherry doesn't always go with an outrageous suit. The guy can rock pinstripes as well.
Race Car Cherry
You would think Don Cherry is at a race track with a suit like that.
No color is off limits for Don Cherry. In this case, that includes purple.
Even Don Cherry has a classy side.
Who puts fruit on any piece of clothing? Let alone a suit.
Don Cherry is a proud Canadian, but even he can get into the Saint Patrick's Day spirit.
Brown is an old school color for a suit. The flowers on the suit are not a part of any school, however.
I honestly don't know what to say about this suit. Who would design such a thing?
I'm not sure what exactly this suit is supposed to be, but it's definitely right up Don's alley.
Don Cherry would make an excellent Santa Claus, wouldn't he?
Polka Dot Cherry
Don Cherry has worn some crazy suits, but polka dots? C'mon.
A simple plaid suit is always a fine decision.
As if his suits weren't enough of a distraction, Don Cherry enjoys using props on occasion.
Don Cherry is sporting one of the classic colors of hockey in this photo: Maple Leaf blue.
I didn't take Don Cherry for a fan of daisies.
Flowers are on thing, but this is a bit over the top, even for Cherry.
I'm not sure neon green is Don Cherry's color.
Real men really do wear pink, I guess.
This suit is very plain for Don Cherry, but the earthy tones are very sharp.
You have to love Don rocking the shades and some Hawaiian threads.
Ron MacLean as Cherry
This is one of the few times I have seen Cherry wearing a normal suit. On this night his partner, Ron MacLean, decided to play the role of Don Cherry.
Quick, someone call 911, Don Cherry is on fire.
I'm not sure what this design is exactly, but it's reasonably sharp.
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