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Get a Sneak Peek at the Below Deck Yachties out of Uniform on the Below Deck After Show
We have your exclusive first look at some of the Valor crew's off-duty style on the upcoming Below Deck After Show.
Much can be said about the crew aboard Season 7 of Below Deck, as the hard-partying, forever-working group knows how to keep things interesting on-and-off the clock. But beyond fawning over their social media pages, we rarely get a chance to see the hottie yachties donning anything other than their regulation mega-yacht Valor uniforms — until now.
We have an exclusive sneak peek at some of the crew at the Below Deck After Show, and we've spotted a number of fashion choices that have left us wanting more.
Of course, several of the men rep their personal style in head-to-toe neutrals. Deckhand Tanner Sterback rocked an easy cream henley with tan jeans and slick black, white, and tan kicks as he sat down with fellow exterior mainstay Brian de Saint Pern in all black. Their coordinated looks were not lost on us.
Second and third stews Courtney Skippon and Simone Mashile also kept their styles in the same color family. Courtney's square-neck black top and leopard-print skirt ensemble (Yes, we caught those fierce coral strappy sandals!) was the perfect balance to Simone's black, chocolate, and cream v-neck wrap top matched with dark pants.
In true primary guest fashion, Kate Chastain stunned in a boho-approved, flowy, printed frock paired with luxe Valentino rock stud T-strap heels that somehow totally complemented Captain Lee Rosbach's edgy black leather jacket, ombré denim shirt, and gray jeans.
Oh, and don't think we missed Captain Lee's epic cowboy boots.
Of course, you can check them all out and more on the Below Deck After Show, coming soon.