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Goodies for Gameday


Team-themed goodies make me giddy!  And Southern Living magazine covered a few in their September issue's college football section. Here are a few of my favorites that they featured.  Click the link above for their other fabulous picks.  I'll be featuring my own favorite items that I use in future posts.  Stay tuned.


Tent Chandelier

This clever chandelier is made to hook right on to your tent from Go Chic inFoley, AL—and it comes in lots of team colors; $120

TAILGATE PLATTER

Made in Lafayette, LA, these printed melamine trays are a stylish step up from flimsy paper plates; $30 each.




NEEDLEPOINT FLASK

These preppy-chic needlepoint flasks from Smathers & Branson in Bethesda, MD are available in your choice of 60 college team logos; $65.


* they also have belts!



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