I'??m from New England. Therefore, I'??m a New England Patriots/Red Sox/Celtics/Bruins fan. When I lived in Atlanta, I saw college sports as more than something to do on weekend. Similar to how holy pro sports are in the north, the college/university team support was almost religious in nature. Every game, you donned your school'??s colors (no matter how ridiculous the shades looked together) and you rooted like a maniac. But what'??s a girl to do? Wear a jersey five sizes too big? Nope. Not this fashionista.
From tailgating cocktails to kickoff, Yours Truly has discovered the trick to supporting your team while still being fashionable. Consider it sideline style.
Born out of frustration of finding '??game day'? outfits for the Red and Black University of Georgia '??Dawgs,'? this design company decided enough was enough. They have really cute staple dresses and tops available in your team'??s colors. No logos, just colorful "go to" frocks in flattering styles that could be worn every game but are easily accessorized to look different. Unless your team wins. Then you'??re stuck under the superstitious rule of looking exactly the same the next game. (Which is why I wore the same shirt the entire length of the playoff when the Red Sox finally won the World Series).
To make things even easier (because, after all, your mind is on the big game), they even just recently started an accessories section of necklaces, bracelets, scarves and earrings.
Since avid sports fans know the importance of starting traditions at any early age, Yours Truly has a new line of YTees. These looks are for the little ones as they enjoy those tailgating parties. I got my Godson J a short sleeve T-shirt in Georgia Bulldog red, but they have long-sleeve and sweatshirts available too.
Now you and your little ones can show your pride while also showing some good fashion sense.
Yours Truly is available at ytclothing.com.
Cheryl Fenton is a Boston-based freelance writer, who writes beauty, fashion and fitness for Boston Common, Stuff and Glamour magazines, as well as her own EasyPeasyBlog.com.
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