Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin has posed in a 'schoolgirl's outfit' for a fashion magazine front cover, with fans loving his bold fashion statement.
The England international appears as the cover star for the latest edition of Arena Homme + fashion magazine and posted his outfit to his Instagram on Tuesday night.
Calvert-Lewin can be seen wearing a Prada outfit consisting of a black blazer, tie and skirt, paired with a white shirt and white socks.
He completes the look with white socks and a pink purse over his shoulder as he poses on the cover along with the headline "Arm Candy".
Fans of the former Sheffield United striker heaped praise on Calvert-Lewin in the comments section as his post racked up 20,000 likes in an hour.
One fan wrote: "We are proud of you for who you are," while another added: "Obsessed with this look."
A third Everton fan also commented on the post as they said: "Shout out to pushing boundaries."
Another supporter also praised Calvert-Lewin as they added: "Nothing but love and respect Dom. Well in pal."
Calvert-Lewin has previously posed in striking outfits alongside his Everton teammate Tom Davies when they attended New York Fashion Week back in early 2020.
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The 24-year-old was also recently praised for his choice of clothing as he appeared on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football when Everton took on Wolves last week.
Calvert-Lewin is currently sidelined with a fractured toe that has kept him out of action since the third match of the season.
This injury put a premature end to the England striker's blistering start to the new season as he found the back of the net in each of the Toffees first three games.
His goals against Southampton, Leeds United and Brighton had helped fire Rafael Benitez's side into seventh place at the end of August.
However, Everton have won just twice in the league in Calvert-Lewin's absence and now lie in 10th place after 11 matches.
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