Alex Rodriguez was given advice from his 14-year-old daughter before taking to the runway for DICK's Sporting Goods.
Alex Rodriguez got advice from his daughter before taking to the runway for DICK's Sporting Goods.
The former baseball player - who is engaged to singer Jennifer Lopez - has revealed his 14-year-old daughter, Natasha, gave him styling tips before he walked in the New York City show.
Asked how he'd describe his style, he said: ''Questionable. Some days better than others. Before you walked in here, I had my 14-year-old daughter on FaceTime. She said, 'Dad, untuck your shirt. Pull down your socks.' Story of my life - yeah.''
Alex isn't really into designers but prefers to focus on ''fit and comfort''.
He added: ''I'm less of a designer guy and more of a fit guy. I'm a big guy. I'm 6-3, over 230 lbs. For me, it's all about fit and comfort. Sometimes, if a brand costs a lot less, but fits better, I'm great with that.''
The 44-year-old sportsman says it was a no brainer to model for DICK's Sporting Goods because he's been a customer for ''a long time''.
He shared to Women's Wear Daily: ''First of all, I've been a customer for a long time. Being kind of a baseball geek my whole life, any time you can find a place where you can buy balls, gloves and bats and also rock out with some Timberlands and Nike. I've been with Nike for over 20 years. It is a little bit of a dying breed - the fact that Dick's is winning in a big way, continues to win and integrate.''
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