Aside from all of the amazing yoga, barre, aerial yoga, etc. classes that I take almost daily with ClassPass, I’m really not a sporty person. I’ve never had that strong of an interest in watching or playing competitive sports. But when it comes to the Super Bowl, I really get into the game and even more the commercials.
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So this weekend is the Super Bowl or at least I think it is. Being someone who doesn’t fully understand or follow sports, it’s hard for me to keep track of these things. But, one thing I do fully understand is fashion. Today, when I was invited to a Super Bowl party, I was faced with a minor dilemma of what to wear on that epic Sunday. Since most Super Bowl fashion consists of jeans and a team jersey paired with the ultimate accessory of a Bud Light, I wasn’t quite sure what to wear having never owned or planned on owning a sports jersey. It’s not that jerseys aren’t cute, they just don’t reflect my personality or passion as well as other clothes do. For those of you out there also seeking an outfit alternative, I have one for you. For those of your seeking a viewing alternative, I suggest you tune into the Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet.
1. Alexa Leopard Angora Sweater: It may not seem like it, but this sweater totally goes along with the whole sports theme. Many sports teams are named after animals so it’s always good to add a fierce animal print to your outfit when watching the big game.