3 Ways to Wear Spirit Football Jerseys

I am super excited right now because Spirit Football Jersey is just awesome. I blogged about my obsession with their jerseys last week, and they were so nice to send me one with my sorority's letters!

This was my excited face. Not to mention, it's in one of my favorite colors - mint! (AOII sisters - you can order one just like it here!) Safe to say that this one will be worn a lot when I get back to campus.

If you're thinking about ordering one but are at a loss on how to wear them, I've got you covered. I put together three different outfits featuring the mint jersey for you to wear to class, to the beach, and during cold weather. Scroll down to see them!

Wear to Class: Spirit Jersey / Krass & Co. shorts (use code "SRAT20" for 20% off!) / Jack Rogers sandals

This look is perfect to wear on campus - it's comfortable but cute! Throw on a Spirit Jersey with a pair of athletic shorts (my pick is Krass & Co.) and sandals.

Wear to the Beach: Spirit Jersey / Gilly Hicks swim top / J.Crew swim bottom / Lilly Pulitzer sandals / Kate Spade sunglasses

No need for a coverup when you have a Spirit Jersey! You can pull it over your swimsuit and be ready to hit the sand. The jersey is loose-fitting and has long sleeves to keep the sun off of you.

Wear for Cold Weather: Spirit Jersey / J.Crew jeans / Tory Burch riding boots

Living in Florida, there's only a handful of days that require a heavy jacket. For the days that are too cold for a regular tee but too hot for a sweatshirt, Spirit Jerseys are the way to go! Pair with skinnies and riding boots for a classic twist.

How do you wear your jerseys?
P.S. Thanks again to Spirit Football Jersey for sending me a jersey!

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  1. I love these spirit jerseys I've been lusting after the Charleston SC one :) adore it in the mint color :)


  2. Alpha Pi is opening a chapter on my campus and I'm thinking of joining!


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