GQ Superhero of the Year Megan Rapinoe has a fairly recognizable uniform, what with wearing the U.S. women's national team kit for three separate World Cups—two of which resulted in the gold medal for the Americans. But off the pitch, she's got another uniform: AirPods always in, sunglasses always on.
She estimates that she has 20 pairs of sunglasses in all, and is especially into anything Celine—a "classic style" for when she needs to "be serious but have a little attitude too." Rapinoe has a few more must-haves, though. The hot-as-fire Nikes she got early. The CBD stuff she uses to chill out after a tough day of traveling. And her absolute favorite product, the one thing she cannot go anywhere without, is a perfume that's, well, not really a perfume.
Check out her essentials, and watch the full video below.
"There's nothing better. It's not really a perfume—it's almost like a house spray, like you're in the woods or something."
"This is the dopest shoe... I'm a Nike athlete, so I get the hookup a little bit. I think because I won the World Cup they gave them to me a little early, so I was stunting on everybody."
"You could wear these with a sweatsuit if you really wanted to, but also suits and jeans, and whatever else. It's a nice shoe you can slip on all the time. Everybody should have a classic pair."
"This is the best chapstick, and I use it as lotion. I fly so much and I feel like I'm dry all the time."
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"This is my jam on flights especially, and then when I get into a city and want to calm down and sleep through the night, I use CBD, always."
"I'm new to the hat game. Recently, because of the World Cup and the pink hair, I'm learning that hats are actually an absolute essential for going through the airports...this is one of my favorite ones. It's funky and weird."
In a single summer, the Team USA co-captain went toe to toe with the president, achieved World Cup glory, and became a swaggering symbol of American excellence.
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