Game Day Style + My Favorite Game Day Recipe

There’s a certain football game coming up next weekend, you might have heard about it? The initials are S.B. and it rhymes with coal.

I personally don’t give a hoot about football, but I still like to look festive while noshing on appetizers and rating the commercials. So if you have a favorite team in this year’s game or you’re attending a get together, I created a couple of game day looks to inspire your Super Bowl festivities.

While you can certainly wear a team jersey, I’m a big fan of taking the team colors and putting a “regular” outfit together. Just layer on a few different pieces in your team’s colors. Simple!

Here’s a look for the L.A. Rams fans out there. Rams hat // sweatshirt // jeans // sneakers // bracelet // backpack

I had the hardest time finding anything in royal blue, so I went with more of a navy and gold theme. And the only women’s hat that I found was navy, so that worked.

And here’s one for the Bengals fans. This one came together a lot easier, believe it or not. I had a few orange tops to choose from, but I like this hoodie because it’s a little bit sporty. And the nail polish is a must! Bengals hat // hoodie // jeans // sneakers // bracelet // nail polish

If you’re a super fan of either of these teams, be sure to check out NFL Shop for tons of Bengals and Rams gear for women. They also have these fun fanatics fan packs for each team.

And Amazon has you covered if you need party supplies. I love this Super Bowl tableware kit for 18, including lunch plates, napkins, and plastic Super Bowl LV cups. Plus, it has a jumbo Super Bowl LV banner, table cover, three centerpieces, and table scatter. There are several other options as well, including a more generic football-themed one.

I also highly recommend making my Buffalo Chicken Dip. Just be sure to double it if serving a crowd; it always disappears first.

Gluten-Free Buffalo Chicken Dip: You better double it. This dip does NOT sit around for long!

This Jalapeño Popper Dip is another good one, and I’ve got more appetizer and drink recipes in my archives.

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7 Responses

  1. Love it! This city is going nuts for the Bengals. Tons of local schools have already called off for the Monday after. I don’t even like football and I’m excited, it’s such a positive and fun time after two years of yuckiness.
    I’m learning that orange must not be my color because I have literally one workout top that might look orange in the right light 😂 But I love that hoodie!

    Who-Dey! 🐅🐅

  2. Fun post 🏈🏈🏈
    We will be cheering for the Rams. Their quarterback, Matthew Stafford, played at Georgia. We are BIG DAWG fans. My husband is third generation of UGA graduates in his family.

  3. Great outfits you put together. I like football, but usually just watch our team the Seahawks. I didn’t even know who was in the Super Bowl until I read this post. LOL I stopped caring after the Seahawks were out. They struggled this year with Russell’s injury early on. Anyway, Super Bowl is always fun and its more fun if you dress the part for sure. The Buffalo Dip looks amazing. I’ve never had it. Have a good day.

  4. Did you say football??? Texas girl here! LOL Rooting for the Rams and Von Miller. He is a Texas A&M graduate and he needs another Super Bowl ring! First one with the Broncos during the Peyton Manning’s last year. The end of football season is depressing to me, as I look forward to football games on Saturday and Sunday for five months of the year. This was a cute idea for a post!

  5. What a great post! It’s definitely outside of your comfort zone – not what you typically post- great job! Thank you!

  6. Love football, the appies & dips, the commercials and half time show (hopefully it is family friendly) all in that order for Superbowl Sunday. The 49ers got beaten by the Rams so we are sad but it will be fun to see the new stadium in LA. Will miss football till pre-season. Thanks for the post! Will try one of your dips. I’m typing on my ipad which comes out wonky on tye comments section. If I write on my cell, it won’t post 🤷🏻‍♀️

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