Deadline day has just passed. We’ve seen big news for Arsenal after Alexis Sanchez has failed to secure a deadline day move to Manchester City and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from the club moving to Liverpool. With the Premier League and World Cup qualifiers well underway, we’ve rounded up some tips on what to wear to the football so you can stay ahead of the game.
It’s back to the dark nights and chilly mornings. Keep to a pair of dark jeans for maximum versatility. Pair with a long sleeve sweater or an oversized shirt and throw on a trucker or a borg collar jacket to kickstart your layering – they’re key for the new season and have that extra layer in case you need it.
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Start from the bottom – plimsolls and light-weight trainers won’t keep you covered in winter. Invest in some lace-up boots or solid footwear to finish off your football outfit.
Swap out your jeans for smart joggers. It’s no fun when it’s raining at the match and your jeans are soaked through. Joggers give you that chilled out edge whilst ensuring comfort and insulation are key. If you don’t want to swap out your jeans just yet, stick to slim-fit jeans. They won’t be restricting as skinny jeans but still give you functionality when it comes to teaming with a variety of coats and jackets. It’s also that time of year where cover-ups are no longer optional. The parka coat has stayed around for all the unpredictable weather that’s been thrown at us: it’s a British essential for a reason. Opt for a waterproof option, a classic parka or padded, oversized jackets.
Winter casuals needed…
Spring – usually the best time of year to watch the footie, but the transitional weather can often get you stuck in a rut about what football clothing to wear. Choose a Harrington jacket, a fan football favourite, to keep up with the layering. A jersey t-shirt and jeans are the ideal combo for match day in spring and light weight trainers are a must.
Get your style for spring…
Take a break from your jeans and crack out the shorts. Casual sport shorts keep it off duty whilst smarter, tailored styles in utility shades are the way forward if you want to make a bit more effort on the pitch side lines.
Light coloured jersey or cotton t-shirts are great when you want breathable options on top. If you decide to leave a thin-layered jacket at home, get your head in the game and bring a baseball cap to shield the sun from spoiling the match. For footwear, plimsolls are a breathable choice at this time of year.
The summer selection…
- The fail-safe jeans and t-shirt combo is always a winner.
- Ensure you have waterproof gear and solid layering for the transitional weather and winter period.
- Loose and light clothing is ideal for those rare hot days in summer.
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