3 Game Day Looks

Football is back and along with it comes the dilemma of figuring out what to wear.Game day attire can be really tricky and very dependent on the weather. For cities in the South, like Houston, where it’s generally quite warm and humid until later in the year, it’s best to stick with a cute tee, jeans, and comfy sandals. Also, a cross body purse is super cute and can easily store all the necessities (key word: necessities) you need for the game.

 

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Outfit Details: Raglan tee (only a few left! similar option), Jeans, Signet Bag, and Sandals

 

 

For cities, such as Seattle, where the weather can vary from cool and overcast to cool and rainy, it’s always best to be prepared for any change in weather that might occur. A rain jacket and rain boots are both musts, and I love the green lining and stitching on this jacket, as well as the Chelsea style of these rain boots. Both the jacket and boots are a different take on classics, as is the buffalo plaid Seahawks button up.

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Outfit Details: Button up, North Face rain jacket, Jeggings, Hunter booties, and purse

 

 

For those who live in colder weather cities, like Foxborough, layering up is essential to staying warm and also to being able to enjoy the game. Show pride in your team with this hoodie, and when it gets cooler out, layer it under this super cozy and cute J Crew coat. Then finish off the look with some skinny jeans tucked into knee high boots and a cross body purse.

patriots-game-day-look-2016

Outfit Details: Hoodie, Skinny Jeggings, Coat, Over the knee boots, and cross body bag

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