Football Fashion Odds – The Next NFL Fashion Trends
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If your team wasn’t one of the lucky few to get the Levi’s makeover, maybe your fortunes will improve today as we predict the next set of fashion trends for a few more squads. Football-loving fans of these teams will have no problem finding a replacement for that unflattering XL jersey.
New Orleans Saints: Statement White
You don’t need to be engaged to don a fully white frock in 2015. White was the dress color of choice for many of fashion’s biggest names, proving that anyone can pull off a head-to-toe neutral look. Try this understated sleeveless cocktail dress from Guess. Perhaps a little divine intervention will improve The Bayou Boys’ odds at a solid playoff run this season.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Neon Yellow
Yellow is one of the hottest colors this year, and Pittsburgh Steelers fans should take full advantage of a shade that is as loud as they are. We love this Neon Yellow Camree dress by Ralph Lauren from their Black Label Collection. You also cannot go wrong with a mustard yellow scarf, which doubles as a Terrible Towel. If all else fails, don a yellow hard hat, and embrace the “Men of Steel” team mantra.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Neo-Victorian
Runways are going back centuries, drawing inspiration from the 1800s. This is great news for Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans as pirate-chic is in. Think Victorian staples like rich velvet, ruffled blouses, and delicate lace with a modern twist. You cannot go wrong with this Victoriana lace-up top from Topshop. Finish the look with a cinched waist, courtesy of a corset belt.
Odds to be the next NFL fashion trend: 8/1.
Chicago Bears: Furry Shoes
Fur makes its return to fall runways, but it’s giving us a pump-fake. No jackets or shrugs this year as 2015 is all about Chewbacca-esque furry shoes like these “Princetown” slip-on loafers from Gucci. From fur accents to fully wool boots, Salvatore Ferragamo, D&G, and Topshop are getting shaggy with their fall looks. Chicago Bears fans should welcome this trend as a chic solution to Windy City winter woes.