Cute and casual is my go-to baseball game look. I tend to go for flats, sneakers sandals or espadrilles along with shorts and tanks or tees. If it’s early or late in the season it will be cold, so boots or sneakers are the way to go. I try to stay away from dresses because I feel out of place in such a casual environment. You don’t necessarily have to wear logo apparel to sport your team colors; you can find options in your team colors at just about any retailer.
I’m really loving rompers as a summer baseball game option. They are comfortable and adorable. I plan to wear a romper when it’s warmer out along with aviators and sandals or sneakers. If it’s cold, jeans or joggers are a good idea. For cooler nights at Wrigley Field, I like pants, denim jacket, a long-sleeve white top and a team hat. You can never go wrong with a team hoodie or jacket, either. The weather changes so quickly that it’s a good idea to bring them anyway. It was not usual for it to start raining during games last summer, too. Bringing a rain poncho would also be smart when the forecast shows a chance of rain. Opening day is usually really cold, especially if it’s a night game, so you might still need your winter jacket, but it really depends. Sometimes I even bring a small throw blanket to wrap myself in if it’s one of those days.
Of course, you’ll need to transport your game-day essentials in a cute tote bag. If you don’t need much, just bring a small wristlet for your ID and essentials. If you want a big purse, I say go with a Cubs blue, like this one from Michael Kors. You can accessorize with Cubs jewelry and scarves as well.
What are your favorite game-day outfits? Which team do you support? Let me know in the comments!
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