Style Tips for Showing School Spirit During Football Season
Do you find yourself fumbling through your closet on football game day trying to figure out how to look cute while showing your school spirit? FDF has your football attire covered with the fashionable school spirit looks.
Mixing patterns is on-trend for fall. Check out how we pared Amy’s black and red hounds tooth scarf with the contrasting stripe patterned dress. Our resident Red Raider is also showing how to make a dress casual and game-day appropriate with a moto jacket, black tights and booties. So easy and chic!
Looking for something a little more fashion forward while still keeping your look casual? Try a crop top with high-waisted wide leg jeans. Layer the look with a bold print poncho or jacket when the temperature drops. Finish the look with your favorite ball cap and you’re fashionably game-day ready!
The chambray shirt is in style for yet another season and here’s a great way to incorporate this lasting trend into your game-day outfit. Pair with a team-color blazer and roll the sleeves for a more casual look. Add a statement necklace in a contrasting team color, like Andrea did to represent her alma mater, SMU in red, white and blue.
I love Nina’s burnt orange chevron scarf paired with the statement earrings. Her brown leather jacket adds a little edge and her boots, necessary for Texas Longhorn pride, complete this look. The light wash jeans are a great contrast to her darker jacket, belt, and boots. She’s cute, casual and ready to go from tailgating to the stadium!
As the weather gets colder, instead of covering up your school spirit with a big coat, wear a colorful cape over a long sleeve shirt. Tall boots will help you keep your legs warm. I’m throwing one big arm party here to combine my prideful green and gold! Layering doesn’t just apply to clothes – it also applies to jewelry.
Need help taking these tips to your own closet? Request a Box Delivery or a Style Session, if you’re in the Dallas area, and we’ll get you ready to wear your school colors with pride.