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Toffees in the Big Apple: Tom Davies and Dominic Calvert-Lewin take in New York fashion week

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Toffees in the Big Apple: Tom Davies dons a dressing gown and PURPLE shoes as Everton midfielder takes in New York fashion week with team-mate Dominic Calvert-LewinEverton's players are enjoying some down time during their winter break Tom Davies and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are holidaying together in New YorkThe pair have shared various Instagram pictures showing off their unique styles 

Everton have been playing with style on the pitch in recent weeks but Tom Davies and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are keeping up appearances during the club's winter break.

The duo have been taking in the New York fashion week and have shared various pictures of their unique dress sense.

The latest post shows midfielder Davies wearing a dressing gown and purple shoes while striker Calvert-Lewin opted for a retro blazer and shirt.

Davies wore a checkered dressing gown and bold purple shoes during the fashion show

Everton's leading goalscorer opted for throwback blazer and shirt with retro trousers

The pair are renowned for their bold wardrobe choices and Davies has previously explained that fashion is something he's always been interested in.

'Fashion is something I've always been into,' the midfielder told Sky Sports last year.

'I wouldn't say I'm out there with the clothes I wear, but I like finding new stuff. Me and my brother are kind of into that.'

Davies has had a long interest in fashion and the duo are renowned for their bold wardrobes

The pair are good friends on and off the pitch and have shared various photos of their holiday

However, some of their team-mates seem to disagree with Davies' claim.

Everton produced a 'Suited Not Booted' Calendar for 2020 and at the launch event Mason Holgate, Jordan Pickford and Michael Keane picked them as having the 'worst gear'. 

But the Toffees have found their style on the pitch in recent weeks, moving up to seventh after a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

Carlo Ancelotti's side now sit seventh in the league, just five points off the Champions League places. 

The Italian will be hoping his players continue to play with style on the pitch as they prepare for a tough run of fixtures against Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool after the winter break.

Everton have been playing with style on the pitch and are now only five points off fourth

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