I’m not a huge football fan. There, I said it. Don’t hold it against me. After all, nobody’s scouring IND Style to talk yards and touchdowns. You’re here to learn all about the best options for looking great come game day. We have several choices for you of the unexpected variety. No jeans and t-shirts around here. Just because I’m not keeping up with the score, doesn’t mean I don’t want to look fabulous while tailgating and sitting in the stands. Today, we start with LSU.
Game day seems a far away thing to this style lover, but alas the pieces you’ll want to wear at the first kickoff have already arrived. The first such one that inspired us — that tiger sweater at Vanessa V. The ladies have both a cardi and sweater of the high-low variety. Pair with purple skinnies for game day and anything else every other day. A versatile piece even for the Ragin’ fans among us.
At Shoe La La a variety of game day apparel arrives (stay tuned for things of the vermilion red variety in upcoming blogs) with a kind of easy laidback aesthetic perfect for those blazing first games. Bonus: these pieces are cute enough to pair with funky little boots like the leopard ones shown here.
Hemline has a variety of state-shaped pendants. Pick you favorite team colors and you’ve got a piece of Louisiana that will endure long after the scoreboards fade.
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