Aaron Rodgers took athlete fashion to another level this week with an all-denim look -- including hat -- plus a bolo tie.

The Packers' superstar quarterback along with his backup, Matt Flynn, rocked the outrageous outfits to the team's annual Welcome Back Luncheon:

Fullback John Kuhn joined the denim party with these overalls:

Rodgers was accepting an award for community service from the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, and before his remarks he joked, "I'm glad I dressed up for the occasion."

The luncheon marks the end of training camp, and Rodgers has been known to get creative with his outfit:

Flynn and Rodgers' coordinated outfits this year reminded some of another duo's denim look:

This is a nice way for Rodgers to have fun with his outfit and give fans something to laugh about as the preseason draws to a close. Behind the scenes, the 30-year-old is laser focused on bringing his squad back to the Super Bowl. Since the Packers' surprise run to the title in 2011, Green Bay has had regular-season success but is 1-3 in the playoffs. Last year Rodgers hit a personal low as he was forced to sit out seven straight weeks to recover from a broken collarbone.

With an explosive offense in a division with no clear frontrunner, the Packers should be primed for another solid season.

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