Whether you’ve been in the stands for decades rooting on the Cajuns, it’s your sophomore year, or you’re a high school gal trying to break out of the mold, we’ve found a roundup of stand-out looks sure to score long after the last touch down.
Model Erin Edmiston | Photos by robin may
Keep things sleek, modern and ladylike at once with this simple green dress ($59) and statement necklace ($34) with versatile metallic heels ($36) from Vertage.
The season’s must-have waxed denim ($228) gives the look of leather and instant tough girl vibe; pair with an off-the-shoulder fangirl top ($39) and on trend moto boots ($69) all from Brother’s on the Boulevard.
On the edge
There’s no reason to leave your funky vibe behind for game days. Try printed denim ($35) in your team’s color with an edgier take on the team shirt like this custom printed Piko top ($50) from Shoe La La and finish it all with wear-everywhere moto boots ($180) and a statement necklace ($25).
Dress it up
For an ageless take on the Ragin’ Cajuns dress, try this flattering-on-every-figure cut by Viereck ($108) for Vanessa V. Boutique. Pair with little booties that will withstand the stands on game day and wear it again weekday with wedges for work.
Bengals and Cajuns
Bengals and Bandits is making its mark in Lafayette with a slew of UL and LSU gear, including its signature logo on a Ragin’ Cajun black and red tank ($32).
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