If you haven't heard, The Giants are going to the Super Bowl, and we are extremely psyched. It's an East Coast rivalry rematch, pitting Eli Manning against Tom Brady (sigh...Tom Brady), an almost-instant replay of the 2008 game, when NYC put an end to the Patriots's undefeated season.
As you can see, we're pretty legit fans. But watching the game last night left us questioning the style company we were keeping: Why does wearing blue and red translate to looking sloppy? Just because you're at a sports bar (or at the game, or on your couch), that doesn't mean you have to dress like a dude. Instead, we've rounded up 10 super-chic jersey alternatives for the Giants fans in all of us. From small pieces of flare to full-on cobalt blue sweats (that actually flatter!), this "gear" doubles as real-life clothing even outside of McSweeney's.
Click through for 10 ultra-cute pieces that say "fan" without the foam finger.
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BDG Cigarette High Rise Jean, $58, available at Urban Outfitters, 14th Street (at 6th Avenue), 646-638-1646.
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Rebel Yell Sunshine High Boyfriend Cut-Off Pullover in Royal Blue, $99, available at Henri Bendel, 666 Fifth Ave, at 56th Street; (212) 247-1100 and Shop the Trend.
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Sabina Ravel Bag in persimmon, $198, available at Free People, 99 Spring Street (at Mercer); 212-226-7497
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Madewell Color Chronicle Sweater, $85, available at Madewell, 486 Broadway (at Broome Street); 212-727-2990.
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DKNY Striped Silk Stretch Top, $195, available at Net-A-Porter.
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Rag and Bone Skinny Corduroy, $125, available at Rag and Bone; 104 Christopher Street (between Bedford and Bleecker streets); 212-727-2990.
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Topshop Triple Cube Necklace, $20, available at Topshop, 478 Broadway (at Broome Street); 212-966-9555.
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Splendid Salt Lake Striped Sweater, $198, available at Shopbop.