Jeremy Clarkson is a man of many trades. Presenter, journalist, car enthusiast, farmer and now, fashion icon.

As England gear up to play the Netherlands tonight in the semi-final of Euro 2024, you might cast your eye on the crowd.

The Nineties and early Noughties saw the rise of WAG style, most notably sported by the likes of Victoria Beckham, Coleen Rooney and Cheryl Cole, as she was known at the time.

The worlds of football and fashion have been colliding more and more. The English fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner’s inaugural 2020 Adidas collaboration propelled the sporty sneaker to cult favourite.

Paired with a denim mini skirt and oversized football jersey – the look has saturated runways, style guides and socials throughout spring/summer 2024.

But has Clarkson inspired? Well, according to PA Lifestyle...

Wales Bonner Courage Logo-Embroidered Satin-Trimmed Wool Track Jacket, £478 (was £1,195), Mr Porter

"If you’re wanting to stay more true to the pitch, indulging in ‘bloke-core’ is a sure way to pay homage to your favourite male players.

"The trend is characterised by baggy silhouettes, oversized tailoring, and classically ‘masculine’ pieces stemming from British football culture and inspired by David Beckham, Wayne Rooney and the original Top Gear trio.

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"The popularisation of the football jersey specifically imbeds the trend into exhibiting a sense of belonging. Every piece of kit carries a unique design, which tells the story of a team’s region, history and community.

"The revival of the football shirt also offers a refreshing opportunity to champion second-hand shopping amongst the plethora of micro trends. Looking to charity shops or online resellers such as eBay, Vinted or Depop are your best bet when sourcing a vintage jersey.

"Leather jackets, baggy jeans and Adidas sambas are essential blokecore items, often worn by Jeremy Clarkson and James May whilst filming Top Gear in the 2000s."