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Saturday, February 5, 2011
Your Look: Super Bowl Outfit Ideas!
Heading to a Super Bowl party this Sunday? Show your spirit! We’ve come up with cute outfits you’ll love, infused with the colors of Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers, the two teams battling on the field in Super Bowl XLV. Don’t have a favorite team? We’ve got a neutral option for you, too. Click through the gallery to check out InStyle‘s football-inspired outfits, no jersey required.
Green Bay Packers
Rooting for the Packers? Make sure your outfit has some green and gold in it. Try this green sequin-covered tee by J. Crew ($150, net-a-porter.com), slouchy boyfriend jeans ($40, ae.com), and sexy platforms in black and gold (like these from Aldo). Instead of sporting black streaks under your eyes, try a swipe of shimmering gold shadow (like Hard Candy Eye Shadow in High Beam; walmart.com for stores).
Do the boys from the Steel City have your heart? Incorporate Pittsburgh's black and gold team colors into your outfit with a sweatshirt-inspired top with gold embellishment (Viva Vena! top; $70, lagarconne.com), worn with skinny black jeans (Twenty8Twelve Jeans; $81, theoutnet.com), stacked bangles (Lee Angel bracelet; $87, theoutnet.com), and black ballet flats ($30, ae.com). Finish off the look with a coat of yellow nail polish. We love POP Beauty's Nail Glam in mandarin ($10, cvs.com).
Don't have a favorite? Play both sides with this look. Wear a neutral cardigan worn over a yellow top (Calvin Klein cashmere; $123, theoutnet.com)—a team color for both Green Bay and Pittsburgh—paired with skinny jeans (Rag & Bone; $180, lagarconne.com and a sporty shoe, like these lace-up booties ($160, BananaRepublic.com).
Posted by Mesh at 7:35 AM