Look: Mason Mount Rocks Oversized Burberry Suit To Black Panther Premiere

Mason Mount is a shining, young footballer hailing from London. He started his journey with Chelsea’s youth setup and has stuck with the club ever since.

The 23-year-old is one of the first names on the team sheet, be it for club or country and has grown leaps & bounds after making his professional debut in 2019.

Frank Lampard is an iconic midfielder and a bonafide legend at the club. Mount looks to emulate his idol but surely has some big boots to fill.

Speaking of big boots, he took the above statement quite literally this week when he was spotted at a film’s premiere in London.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was screened for an exclusive crowd and Mount was a part of it.

He attended the event wearing an oversized choice of attire which got the fashion police whirring.

A baggy Burberry suit consisting of a huge brown jacket, matching with the tantalisingly massive trousers, a pair of chunky brown shoes and a plain white t-shirt underneath was his preferred look, off the pitch.

He definitely looks good in all the Chelsea kits but here, not so much.

This surreal combination has left many of his fans wondering why he wore what he wore.

Mount was clearly unable to pull off the “boxy fit” attire.

He did stand out among everyone else present, but not in the way he would have wanted.

Aesthetically pleasing to see him play when on song, but he didn’t manage to create the same impression on the red carpet.

Mount had a slow start to the season but is now comfortably back to his best under new manager Graham Potter. And by how things are going, he is already on the plane to Qatar to represent England, barring any bad luck.

This weekend, he will be pitted against cross-town rivals Arsenal, who are leading the charge in the Premier League title race so far.

A stern test against Mikel Arteta’s youthful giants, Mason Mount will be looking forward to making a meaningful impact in the way he knows best and putting the glamour world in the backseat.