The iconic suit Stephen Appiah wore is all we are obsessed with this week

Former Captain of the Black Stars, brand ambassador and style cognoscente, Stephen Appiah is constantly pushing the boundaries with his style.

On Friday night, Appiah attended an event at the Osu Castle where he was honoured alongside 73 other Ghanaians for inspiring the younger generation where he rocked a beige deconstructed suit.

The former skipper shared the photo of himself looking ostentatious on Instagram and captioned it “Two reasons I don’t compete: 1. You can’t have what’s MINE 2. I don’t want what’s YOURS🏆 #chorkormanian#stepapplifestyle

His choice of style has got social media talking with several colleague celebrities including Yvonne Nelson hailing the look. According to Yvonne she had never seen a suit of that calibre in her life. “This suit. Ive not seen some before😍 stephen, ibi you perh! The whole Ghana!!!!! 😍😍😍😍” she wrote

The former Juventus and Fenerbahce player who once owned a clothing line, Step App has an uncanny knack for stylish clothes and is considered one of the well-dressed men in Ghana.

Check out the look that has set tongues wagging





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