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“Its not a man purse, it’s a satchel!”

Today I'd like to introduce you to a brand new blog out there that's a great resource for some Gameday Style...Sportsanista.  This blog is written by a gal whose career is in the sports arena.  Sportsanista is a woman who lives and works gameday and it is gameday that pays the bills in her life.  She's not simply having fun on gameday.  She is darting from stadium suite to field and back, all while representing her team professionally.  Here is a fantastic post from Sportsanista on an essential piece Gameday Style believes in for gameday- the cross shoulder bag. 
Tory Burch Leopard Robinson Mini Bag


Man purse, satchel, crossboy, the best thing since sliced bread….whatever you want to call it; the crossboy has saved my life many a time on a gameday. Im a big “hands-free” person (I will be a baby bjorn person when the time comes), and there is nothing more helpful than an additional pocket on a gameday. From my gameday run of show, to a lighter, permanent marker, lipstick, powder, perfume, extra tickets, to super glue, you name it!! I manage to stick it all in that little crossboy of mine; Mary Poppins would have been proud. 
To list a few, here are some of my favorites.... 
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