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Best Old School Dwayne Costume Guide
Sometimes, even the celebrities we look to today for our cues on fashion have had a slip-up in years gone by. Much like the hilarious picture of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson which found its way circulating the internet. Unlike some celebrities who may shy away from the fashion sins of their past, Dwayne gladly got in on the fun with this one – he was even the one who released it!
Quickly becoming known as Old School Dwayne, this picture of the wrestling and big-screen superstar posing with his snappy turtleneck sweater tucked into his blue jeans, complete with fanny pack, silver chain necklace and a flat-top hairstyle is probably one of the best things you’ll ever see.
If you want to dress as heinously as Dwayne Johnson did in his pre-Rock years, you will need a Turtleneck Shirt, Brown Fanny Pack, Silver Chain Necklace, White Sneakers, Blue Jeans, Black Belt and Silver Chain Bracelet. Yep – we’re serious!
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Super cool movie stars have always been that way, right? They just went through high school being wildly popular, always having the best fashion sense and coolest cars. We’re sure of it. Hang on. Are you telling me some celebrities have some embarrassing fashion periods in their history? Sure, maybe some of them, but not the big action stars like Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
What? Dwayne Johnson used to dress in turtleneck sweaters and wear a fanny pack? Nah, get out of here!
If you’re heading out to any kind of dress-up party, this one is sure to get huge laughs and people will be talking about it for months to follow! Dwayne wasn’t shy about sharing his love for the turtleneck, and neither should you be – make sure you send us some photos of your Old School Dwayne dress-up efforts.
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About Old School Dwayne
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson needs no introduction. One of cinema’s favorite leading men and biggest action stars, he cut his teeth as a hugely popular wrestler before moving to the big screen. Johnson was a handy college football player, but made the switch to wrestling, debuting in 1996 in the WWF as Rocky Maiva. After a while, he ditched the full stage name and began referring to himself as The Rock – from which point his star began to rise.
Although his character was somewhat of a villain, he remained a popular character on the WWF/WWE until around 2003 when he stepped out of the ring to focus on a Hollywood career – still occasionally reprising his The Rock character to the delight of his fans.
As an actor, he has become one of Hollywood’s most bankable action stars, featuring in blockbuster films such as Moana, Rampage, Skyscraper, San Andreas, and the Fast and the Furious franchise.