Game Day Brands

Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing Original Retro Brand West Virginia Top
Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing Furla Metropolis Mini Cross Body Bag and Madewell Cali Demi Boot
 Happy Monday! Today officially starts the game day week! Yay!! Only six more sleeps until I get to see my Mountaineers live on the field! I kicked off the game day season with a fun post featuring this muscle tank and Topshop mini faux leather skirt – see the full post here. Seems like the summer flew by in a breeze and the start of football game out of nowhere. Today I’m sharing some of my favorite game day brands that you can shop like this Original Retro Brand top – shop between now and Thursday (August 31) and get 15% off with code MTRstyle! Click here to read the full Mountaineer Style Guide!

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Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing Original Retro Brand West Virginia Top and Madewell Cali Demi Boot Jeans
WHY I LOVE THIS LOOK

WVU Original Retro Brand // The cotton of this tee is absolutely heaven! Here I layered the tee over a tie front blouse to create the perfect fall weekend look – the pattern adds a fun flare to the top!

Madewell Denim // The fit and style of these denim pants are perfection – they fit great around the waist and the crop flare is flattering on all body types!

Tie Front Blouse // One of the big trends we will see this fall is patterned blouses, particularly fall florals. This blouse from H&M (that is $29.99) is a great way to dip your toe in the pattered pond.

Cat Eye Sunglasses // My go-to sunnies this year – I’m not sure that I’ll ever take them off.

Furla Bag + Fur Pom // This Furla bag is the perfect game-day compliant bag. Most stadiums are starting to adopt the stadium bag rule – this means restrictions around most of your loved bags. Post to come on game day compliant bags!

Gucci Mules // For game-day and a lady on the go, you need a comfortable shoe that you can wear for all four quarters. These slides are the perfect shoe that lets you take your look from gameday to every day.

Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing H&M Patterned Blouse with Ties and Madewell Cali Demi Boot Jeans
Favorite Game Day Brands and Gucci Mules

Hillflint

Hillflint might be one of my favorites because they are such a unique brand – they specialize in vintage letterman sweaters and they are JUST the cutest!!! They are the perfect fall game day accessory with a little bit of vintage charm – see how I styled my Hillflint sweater here. These sweaters are a great layering piece for fall and winter, perfect for those cool game day games! Here are some of my favorite sweaters –

Blogger Mary Krosnjar Furla Metropolis Mini Cross Body Bag

League Collegiate 

League Collegiate is quickly becoming one of my favorite game day brands – the apparel is Ivy League-esque with heavy east coast vibes. This is one of the few brands where I like to bounce between the men’s and women’s apparel – this crop top hits all the fall trend buckets and this pullover says, “my boyfriend rows crew”. Last season I styled this letterman sweatshirt for the perfect weekend fall look!

Original Retro Brand

The Original Retro Brand is know for their soft cotton vintage tees! I love that the use retro logos, hence their brand name 🙂 They are a trendier, less conventional brand, when it comes to game day fashion – check out this amazing v-neck lace-up tee I styled for last years College Color Days! This is certainly a brand that you can dress up or down for so many different occasions outside of game day wear!

For the full list of West Virginia game day brands, click here to shop! Don’t forget to use code MTRstyle for 15% off your order!

Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing Gucci Princetown Mules and Furla Metropolis Mini Cross Body Bag
Blogger Mary Krosnjar wearing H&M printed blouse with ties and Madewell Cali Demi Boot

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WVU Original Retro Brand | Madewell Denim | Tie Front Blouse | Cat Eye Sunglasses | Furla Bag + Fur Pom | Gucci Mules

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