The online discount site, Zulily is having a great gameday sale. You have to type "gameday" into the search, but they've got some cute stuff available.
April 22, 2015
March 19, 2015
Happy March Madness! Well, I'm happy, but not really, really happy. This is the first time in 18 years that my Gators aren't in the tourney. I'm trying hard not to be depressed.
These super, adorable wedges from Lillybee are helping lift my mood. I can't help but smile at their array of colors. They have lots of different color combos, depending upon which school you cheer for. They are really comfortable too. I'm all about comfort these days. They carry flats and rain boots. Here are all of the Gator options. Cute, right?!!
I hope you all enjoy March Madness. Here is a printable bracket in case you don't have one yet.
February 26, 2015
At New York Fashion Week, Tommy Hilfiger, in my opinion, was the highlight! His show was inspired by America's favorite game to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his clothing empire.
The floor was covered in astro turf to mimic a football field. The name Hilfiger was picked out in huge letters and a fantasy scoreboard read: "Home 20, Guests 15" while an entire wall was covered in football helmets.
I love, love the clutch. It's available now. And how great are those wedge heel football boots?!
February 11, 2015
I think we've all seen the pictures on the internet of these marvelous "snack stadiums". (I featured them in a post in 2013.) Or maybe, you are a culinary King or Queen and you've built one yourself! They are truly a wonder to behold.
Well, for those of us that are lacking in snack stadium building skills, there is now the potential for help. Dallas and Rich have developed a trademarked system to easily build a snack stadium. It is comprised of eleven pieces, made with a process called injection plastic molding. The food containers are fully customizable and are easy to store. They are reusable, dishwasher-safe, and microwave-safe! They have a Kickstarter campaign going to get their idea running. It's a great concept and I hope they are successful.