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New Year's Eve Dressing (with Team Spirit!)

For those bowl game traveling folks who are on location for New Year's Eve, you might be in need of a party dress with some school spirit.  When you are traveling with the team, you always want to coordinate with your team colors.   I've had many moments, in bowl game travels and in my college town, that have called for a cocktail dress suitable for a university-sponsored party.  While there are many places to get darling gameday dresses (check Gameday Style's "Gameday Uniform Style" category), NYE calls for a frock with a dressier edge.

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J.Crew is known for their basics with interesting details in many different colors every season (I stock up when my team color is one of their season's colors).  Here are a few sweet party dresses in their Bridesmaid and Party dress collection that you can get in a fun color.

Blakely dress

Selma dress

Sinclair dress


Keep your eyes out for cute bright evening shoes, belts, bags and jewels to dress up bright pieces such as these...or to make your little black dress into a dress with a lot of
 gameday style!


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