Not every team on this list plays aesthetically pleasing football, but this season, at least they'll look the part. Here's a glimpse at the best home kits across Europe, highlighting both traditional looks and modern interpretations:
Here's Carl Jenkinson modeling Arsenal's chic home strip in the preseason finale with Real Madrid. Odds are he won't wear it again, unless to bed.
West Ham are certain to be the Premier League's best looking midtable side after releasing this gem splashed with the club's trademark claret and blue.
The Seagulls have opted for narrower stripes this season compared to last, swapping a red swoosh for a cantaloupe colored one. Oooh la la.
At least Carlo Ancelotti's Partnopei won't be wearing this abomination when they finish second in Serie A, 35 points adrift of Juventus.
Inter have found the perfect balance between tradition and modernity in pairing the trademark Nerazurri stripes with diagonal ribbons on this beauty.
Inspired by the flag of Valencia, Los Che's 2019-20 offering is simple yet impossible to ignore. Looks even better when sported with white socks.
I'll take Eliud Kipchoge. That's a joke about betting on marathons. It's about time some bookmakers sponsored a football shirt. Anyway, this kit is sublime.
At the intersection of lava lamps and primordial ooze escaping a creepy bog, Monchengladbach's new home strip is unique without being unreasonable.
Like Gladbach, Bavarians Augsburg have gone green, and this particular bespoke edition is one of a kind, which probably explains Marek Suchy's grin.
Eintracht may have lost two-thirds of their attack with departures of Seb Haller and Luka Jovic, but they didn't lose their sartorial sense. These are fire.
Monaco's best kits were made by Kappa, and the Italian sportswear legends return while staying loyal to the Grace Kelly-designed diagonal sash. Google it.
Nantes unveiled their new minimalist crest with the green and yellow striped kit frequently used in the past. Say cheese, lads.
Turkish giants Galatasaray have paid tribute to the 20th anniversary of the 1999 UEFA Cup-winning shirt, the club's most renowned European soiree.
All non-credited photos courtesy of the respective clubs.