How to Score Major Style Points this Sunday

Some women never miss a day of watching Sunday football, while others don’t know a touchdown from a field goal (i.e. me, until a couple weeks ago). Either way, we have a feeling you’ll probably be tuning in for the big game – whether it’s for the sports, hysterical commercials, or just to hear Bruno Mars’ dreamy voice at halftime. So this Sunday, if you’re not going to rock a jersey, why not stay on-theme anyway? There are a slew of insanely cute, varsity-inspired pieces to choose from — and they’ll definitely score you some major style points. Go team!




Can I Have Your Number?

Personally, when I try to watch football, I always get distracted by the typeface the players’ numbers are printed in. (Like last year, the Ravens had a really cool font). If you’re equally as intrigued by numbers, check out Sweater Project’s numerical masterpiece.

Earn Your Stripes

Athletic sleeves inspired by softball uniforms have been done before, but Rachel Roy puts a unique spin on the trend by replacing the color panels with simple black outlines. It’s not overtly athletic (meaning you can wear it on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons), but still gets the job done.



You’re Da Bomb

For a more classic take on the varsity look, we like Calvin Klein’s faux leather colorblocked bomber jacket. Pair it with pumps and a skirt for a ‘50s effect, or skinnies and sneakers for tomboy appeal.

Fashion Fan-atic

Planning on showing your hometown pride? Check out one of these Seattle or Denver vintage-inspired tees.



For the Seattle siren, highlight yours with green skinny-leg pants from Maison Jules, accentuating the keen green eye of the seahawk (as well as your keen fashion sense).





And for you Denver Broncos gals, try Levi’s skinny leggings. Comfortable and cool, you’ll look like this has been your go-to game day outfit from the start of the season.








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