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Here’s What to Wear to Watch The Big Game - Beau Hayhoe

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 Superb style at home or at your favorite watering hole

There’s a newfound glitz and glamor associated with the Big Game – it’s a place to see and be seen, with entertainment and flair to match. Watching far away from the confines of one of the biggest sports weekends on the planet doesn’t mean missing out on the fun – or showing off some team spirit (or even opting for style points as a more casual viewer).

It’s also still an optimal weekend to dress in laidback style, regardless of whether your team survived the NFL postseason until the finale. Here, an upgraded look that takes some sporty classics and puts your style on the scoreboard is a winning strategy. The classics are your friend, be it trusty blue jeans or an improved flannel shirt – and yes, team colors are still very much in the zone based on who you’re cheering on at the Big Game.

Reigning Champ Midweight Terry Crewneck

There are two schools of thought when dressing for the big game: Either sport some team gear in a classic silhouette – like an Abercrombie & Fitch team crewneck – or opt for something more neutral if you don’t have any skin in the game. A crewneck sweatshirt is a comfortable, relaxed style move (with plentiful color options available), and this one has heritage, sporty style built in. At home or at the bar, it just works.


Faherty Legend Sweater Shirt

If you feel like going retro with a throwback NFL team windbreaker or perhaps a crisp, sporty Alpha Industries bomber jacket, have at it, but sometimes, something more straightforward is best. A flannel shirt you can layer over your crewneck sweatshirt is an all-American style move, and it signals you’re layering with style, yet down for another cold one and some backyard catch.


Todd Snyder Straight Fit Stretch Jean in Indigo Selvage

When the situation means you might be bellying up to the bar, kicking back on a friend’s couch or hosting the crew in your den, comfort is key – hence the stretch in these handsome, premium jeans. And of course, as we keep saying, so is style. Stretch jeans in dark, inky blue go with most anything – particularly an easygoing, cool Sunday night football look.

You could get the same sort of look with tailored navy joggers if you’re hosting, but for occasions outside your abode, we say blue jeans are best.


PF Flyers Sea Salt Center Hi Sneakers OR Your Favorite Boots

We’ll let you be the judge here: Some climates call for the toughest boots you can find to trek across town or to your buddy’s place. Some are more temperate, and some casual, timeless high-top sneakers keep with the easygoing, slightly sporty vibe of this look, especially with a crewneck sweatshirt.


A Stylish Ballcap Of Your Choice

Here’s where your personality comes into play once again: Perhaps it’s all team gear all the way, or perhaps you’ve got a vintage-style ballcap (like the iconic Filson ballcap) that tops off this outfit nicely. Perhaps you’re not a hat guy, period. But when in doubt, we prefer hats with a distinct aesthetic – an old-school logo or a heritage brand comes to mind – especially if your sports-viewing look builds around neutral colors.


A Tough-As-Nails Field Watch

There’s a time and a place for an ultra-thin leather dress watch or for your prized Rolex or Omega (or even a Shinola timepiece). Here, since off-duty, sporty, classic style is the move, a trusty field watch like the new Huckberry x Timex Automatic Field Watch will serve you right – subtly stylish, durable, well-suited for bar beers or basement brews.


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