A few home games have come and gone, giving attendees the perfect opportunity to see what gameday styles are in this season. If you didn’t go any of these games, or just want some style inspiration yourself, look no further!
The George-Anne Reflector has quite a few ideas to turn your closet into gameday fashion central.
Photo by Blake Kessler. Dressing up for gameday can be as simple as wearing a Georgia Southern t-shirt and skirt, or just a blue and white shirt with light colored blue jeans. Not all outfits require flare jeans and off the shoulder tops to be fashionable.
Many girls like to wear denim overalls, or denim skirts, paired with a cute tube top or off the shoulder top. Wide leg jeans also tend to be in, worn with crop tops or bodysuits.
Not all of us can have a Pinterest worthy closet, though. That’s where t-shirts can come in!
Whether your shirt has Georgia Southern’s logo on it or one of GS’ famous sayings, t-shirts are the perfect way to keep your gameday outfit casual, yet fashionable.
A common way to get that t-shirt looking cute is to tuck it in your bottoms. Skirts are perfect for this and it’s not hard to find a denim or white skirt in stock at a local store.
If skirts aren’t your thing, t-shirts can very easily be tied on the side or the front to show off your hips when wearing ripped or flare jeans.
Photo by Blake Kessler. T-shirts are the perfect option when you want to be comfortable, but still rep school spirit at the games. T-shirts can be worn out, tucked into skirts and shorts, or tied up on the side.
Now, on to the shoes and accessories. Platforms shoes and sandals are all over the benches at games. If you’re on the shorter side, these type of shoes can keep your flare jeans from dragging on the ground as you walk.
Don’t think that platforms are the only shoes you can wear, though. Many girls pull on a pair of white Converse or their favorite cowboy boots and are just as well as people wearing platform shoes.
Now gameday accessories are probably the easiest part of putting your outfit together. The 90s called and they said that chokers are here to stay!
Thick, thin, white, black, blue, loads of charms or no charms, chokers are an easy and cheap way to add that last little pop to your gameday outfit.
The type of earrings you can wear honestly depends on how you dress up your neck. If you have a chunky choker, having huge hoop earrings probably wouldn’t be the best idea because your top half might look too busy.
A less dressed up neck calls for flashier earrings, while flashy earrings calls for a pretty plain neck. A bracelet and a couple of rings can take your outfit from gameday to gameyay!
Now, girls aren’t the only ones that can look cute for gameday. Guys totally can as well.
Photo by Blake Kessler. Guys tend to dress much more casually than girls do at football games. Whether it is a polo or just a shirt with funky blue and white designs, guys can be just as fashionable as girls at the games.
Try a white or blue shirt with some funky designs, paired with some light colored jeans. If you like your knees to be able to breathe, wearing a pair of shorts will work too.
Shoes for guys aren’t as difficult to figure out like girls’ are. Anything from blue and white sneakers to Sperry’s and other boat shoes will round out your outfit nicely.
Accessories for guys also are much simpler, if they even want to wear them. “Dad” hats with GS’ logo or another saying can be worn, straw hats, or a safari hat if you want to channel your inner Steve Irwin.
Sunglasses seem to be a common theme around guys and girls as well. Whether mirrored or dark in hue, sunglasses are the perfect addition to your gameday outfit.
Of course, there are many other ways to dress for gamedays and this isn’t a complete list. So long as you’re cheering on our Eagles, it doesn’t matter if you’re wearing a GS shirt and shorts or overalls and a tank top!
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