Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Three Mav-tastic Looks to Wear to the Mavericks Season Opener Against the Hawks

Guess what day it is?



While the NBA season opened last night, tonight matters to Mavs fans.  Dallas tips off the season against the Atlanta Hawks.  Here are a slew of previews from my Mavs friends Eddie Sefko, Mike Fisher, Earl K. Sneed and more.

We're going to focus on the important stuff: What to Wear to the Game.

In short: Bring it, ladies.  This is MFFL Christmas, Hannukah and New Year's all rolled into one.  It's a celebration of another season with the hope that the Mavericks will bring it (AKA win) on the court, as well.

You will see the Dallas sports elite at this game.  Many have been planning what to wear for months. Here are three looks, featuring three price points, that will inspire you to stay competitive in the sport of fashion.
Tibi Leather Embroidery Rococo Tee
Tibi Leather Embroidery Rococo Tee
If you're going uber-luxe, this rococo leather embroidered tee from Tibi is a game-winner.  I would pair it with skinny jeans and killer shoes.  At $598, it's an investment.

Vince cobalt blue sleeveless blouse.

For something more casual, yet still uber-chic, consider this cobalt blue sleeveless blouse from Vince.  I think the entire look shown here, with the skinny black pants, is perfect.  What's great is that you can also wear it into the warmer spring months.  This is $198 from Bluefly.com.

Wyatt cobalt and black colorblock silk short sleeve blouse

The most budget friendly items comes courtesy of flash sale site, Belle & Clive.  I think this 
colorblocked silk blouse from Wyatt is perfect for Mavs games.  At only $49.00 it's a steal.  This sale, Feeling Blue, closes in three days. 

The best thing about all of these looks is that are timeless and are all color-appropriate for Mavs games.  Meaning, you willl be fashionably chic while still supporting your favorite team. 


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