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What To Wear On Super Bowl Sunday (No Jerseys Required)

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    Get ready — that special Sunday when we plant ourselves on the sofa (or bar stool) to tune into one of America's favorite pastimes and down a bag a few bags of chips, a plate of buffalo wings, and a six-pack is almost here. Ahh, the joys of the Super Bowl. But, whether you care about the big game or not (to be honest, this editor is in it more for the commercials), we still think part of the fun is dressing up and showing some team spirit.

    While many sports fans might show their support for their preferred squad by wearing a Seahawks or Broncos jersey, though, that doesn't mean you have to. Maybe you want to stand out a little. Or, if you're just a casual fan, perhaps you're not looking to splurge on a spendy jersey you may never wear again. And, that's okay in our book. In fact, you can totally enjoy game day in just-as-festive pieces that will also work once the dust has settled and the Lombardi Trophy has been claimed.

    So, we rounded up a bevy of Super Bowl-worthy finds — including tees, sweatshirts, and more (keeping the teams' collective colors of navy, gray, and orange in mind) — that’ll pack a serious sartorial punch now and when you peel yourself off the couch. Click through to shop ‘em all — you won't want to drop the ball on these fashionable finds.

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