Ahhh Super Bowl Sunday, America's favorite unofficial holiday. It's winter Fourth of July with football.
Dressing for a sporting event can be tricky when it's all the players are wearing jerseys and sweats on the field. However, since most of us won't be in Houston, the outfit possibilities are endless for celebrating this year's biggest game at home, a friend's house or a local pub.
The perfect Super Bowl outfit is one part sporty with tons of personal style mixed in. Try pairing a knit sweater dress with a faux fur coat like I did above or wear a sequined skirt with a graphic tee. It's really all up to you and what you feel comfortable in. Comfort is key because by the end of the night we'll all be stuffed with pizza, nachos, beer and hopefully some great football.
Get more Super Bowl Sunday and all your game-day outfit inspo below.
If You're a Pats Fan
You can't go wrong with navy and red. This classic color combo looks great with any neutral like brown, black and beige. The Patriots will be wearing their white jerseys so a full-on nautical vibe is totally appropriate. Don't forget the duck boots.
If You Love Varsity Stripes
The varsity jacket is American sports culture. Channel the century old style for an understated way to wear stripes. The classic stripes pair well with another American classic: denim.
If You're More Into Sportswear Than Sports
Turns out athleisure is here to stay and as its street style influence continues to grow. No better way to celebrate athleticism at the highest level than dressing like an athlete.
If You Showed Up for Nachos
It may be all sportsball to you, but that won't stop you from partaking in a fun-filled day of delicious food, libations and friends. These graphic tees let everyone know you got your game face on.
If You're a #NoPants Person
Pants aren't for everyone. If that's you or you happen to really like dresses, opt for a casual dress with straight lines. Complete this laid back look with thigh-high boots or sneakers.
Wishing you a happy Super Bowl! And if all goes well, a Pats win. Fingers crossed.