NBA All-Stars Weekend is upon us, which means it's the perfect time to review our favorite NBA fashion. We're taking a look at some of pro basketball's greatest players — and their best outfits. Which NBA player are you taking fashion inspo from?

The All-Stars of NBA Fashion

Lebron James

NBA fashion Lebron James wearing black wide-lapel suit with satin finish side by side with a comparable CCO Menswear Suit

Whether or not you know basketball, you know Lebron James. The iconic basketballer has taken his talents all over the country. Perhaps most famous for his time with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat, James currently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers.

When he's not playing basketball, James is dominating NBA fashion. He was recently featured in a Louis Vuitton campaign sporting a wide lapel, double-breasted black suit with a satin-like finish. For those seeking a similar slam dunk in style, CCO Menswear has a Statement 100% wool two-piece suit with wide peak lapel for just $149.50.

Damian Lillard

Damian Lillard wearing 3-piece gray plaid suit side by side to similar suit from CCO Menswear NBA fashion

Picked sixth overall in the 2012 NBA draft, Damian Lillard was named Rookie of the Year for the 2012-2013 season. He went on to win a gold medal for the U.S. Olympic team in 2021 and was selected for the NBA 75th anniversary team the same year. Nowadays, he dominates the court on behalf of the Milkwaukee Bucks.

The point guard is known for showing up to game day in style. We personally loved this three-piece gray plaid suit paired with clean white sneakers. Lillard rocked the vest and held the jacket in hand, striking a delicate balance between casual and comfortable. You can find a similar three-piece hybrid-fit suit in tone-on-tone plaid for just $199 from CCO Menswear.

Jayson Tatum

NBA fashion Jayson Tatum wearing white Miami-style suit next to a comparable two-piece suit from CCO Menswear

Jayson Tatum isn't just known for his NBA fashion — he's also known for breaking records. Tatum holds the record for most points scored in an NBA All-Star game (55) and the most points scored in Game 7 of the NBA playoffs (51). He's played for the Boston Celtics since being selected by the team with the third overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft.

It's no wonder Tatum has the swagger to pull off all kinds of bold looks. One of his NBA fashion highlights was this white, double-breasted number he wore to gameday. You can find a similar look in CCO Menswear's Vinci two-piece executive suit for only $129.

Nikola Jokić

Nikola Jokić NBA Fashion wearing plaid double breasted suit. CCO Menswear similar suit in brown

Nikola "The Joker" Jokić doesn't come to play when it comes to NBA fashion. The Serbian pro-basketballer is currently a center for the Denver Nuggets. He's even regarded as one of the best players of all time. Jokić made his first NBA All-Star appearance in the 2019 game.

If there's one thing you take away from this blog, let it be this: double-breasted suits are HOT right now. We're obsessed with this navy-and-brown 'fit Jokić paired with brown dress shoes and a turtleneck. For a fraction of the price, you can score Vinci modern-fit suit in glen plaid for a mere $129. Pair it with this $29.99 turtleneck to complete the look.

Are you ready to dress like an all-star? Take a page out of the book of NBA fashion and level up your style today. It's easy to score a slam dunk with deals from CCO Menswear.