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Judith March, Gameday Fashion Guru

Any lover of good gameday fashion, is either in love with, or falls quickly in love with Judith March.  Judith March is a national clothing line thick with adorable gameday dresses.  

This blue style is a current Judith March piece.  
(Waiting for the Gameday 2012 line to appear!)

You can see some of last year's Judith March gameday styles in this Gameday Style post from September.

Twelve Saturdays, a Judith March online retailer, and curator of superb gameday fashion gives us a sneak peak from market of what is to come this fall...some clever shirts with team legends...

If you love following Judith March, you'll enjoy reading about the founder and designer, Stephanie Nichols, and her grassroots start of Judith March.  She is a graduate of Troy University and their alumni magazine just recently featured her story and endeavors right here.  

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Snack on the Stadium

With bowl week upon us, I felt it "important" to re-publish October's Snack Stadiums post.  Snack Stadiums strike me as the uber-appropriate addition to a holiday gameday party.  Whip one up in the next couple weeks or start planning for a Super Bowl Snack Stadium.  Enjoy!

You are going to love this gallery of football stadiums made of  enough food for the entire party.  Holy Taco gives you the instructions to  create this beauty, complete with the dip field.  Click here for the instructions.

Now this is the time I should let you know that there is an entire website  dedicated to these pieces of edible art/architecture/engineering feat.  I am not making this up!   Here's what you'll see over there:

The Old Try

The regular season is over and it's time to start thinking about the season (aka bowl season).  Don't forget to check out past Gameday Style posts for more great gift ideas.
First up, is The Old Try.  I purchased this print a few months ago for my home that's trying hard to raise two gentlemen...

The Old Try has some Gameday Style in a subtle, fun and classy way.  Subtle, because you may not know what some of these designs are referring to, unless you're a devoted fan of one of these Southern schools. 

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