After recently celebrating homecoming, it had me in the mood to do another round of “what to wear to my child’s sporting event” for fall sports. I’ve put together a series for all the fall sports I could think of and while some of them are your traditional “school pride” shirt, not all of them are what you would expect.
Try to think outside the box as much as possible. Just because it is a sporting event doesn’t mean you have to scream frump or dress like your mom (unless of course your mother is fashionable).
This outfit is for cross country. And it’s as close to basic as I’m going to go. But for this sport, you might be running across a golf course or a field to see your star runner. So comfy but cute sneakers are a must. These little trainers by New Balance are everywhere this season. They come in lots of different colors too. Who knows what kind of weather you’ll encounter so have on some layers, including something to keep your ears warm.
For another look, stop back tomorrow!
Rest assured, just when the temperatures are on the rise, you’ll find yourself sitting on metal bleachers cheering on your miniature Olympian. What can you wear to be supportive and fun, all while not melting?
Here’s what I would choose-
The first outfit might not be the exact team colors, but it’s a light color to keep you cool. And a great hat comes in very handy!
The second outfit has some fun boho shorts and some fringe (and non-yawnworthy) sandals. Instead of full on gear, choose a team necklace and tote chock full of water and an umbrella for the sun.
I hope I gave you some summer spirit outfit ideas. I will be doing this again in the fall/winter. Don’t be afraid to break out of the athletic gear and into something with some personality!
Baseball season is upon us and that means lots of games out in the heat. Here are a few ideas for those summer nights on the bleachers.
Keep in mind that showing your support for the team doesn’t always mean wearing a school shirt. I love to wear just the team color in fun and different ways.
In the first outfit, I went with some tie dye and some lace trimmed shorts. Because I have gone boho and I might never come back.
The second look is a cute little romper. I know some of you moms are afraid of the romper. I’m not sure if you think this is going to look like you’re wearing something for your daughter or what. But I assure you, life is short. Wear what you want. If you like the romper, wear the romper! This time I packed my cute little backpack with fringe to tote the good camera!
For the last outfit, I threw on an easy tank top that you can find just about anywhere with a team hat, and some fun denim shorts. Don’t you love those kicks? I might need a pair…
Try to remember this guideline when you wear short short- the shorter the shorts=more coverage up top. And when you wear longer Bermuda shorts, you can wear a tank. It’s okay if you forget, I do all the time.
Keep rootin’ for that home team!