Today’s giveaway will help you feel fashionable and give back at the same time. G Wear by Stanley is a local DFW company using recycled tees and hand appliqué techniques to create unique and stylish wears. We’re offering a selection for you to gift or keep, depending on how generous you feel today. To win go to our Facebook page and answer the question: “What team clothing fills your closet?” Be sure to “Like” us on Facebook and feel free to Twitter us some love. #GamedayCloth
All football season we live by Monday when the BCS posts the new standings, in the hopes of improving our fantasy teams and seeing who’s going to the National Championship. This year it’s an SEC showdown and we’re ready. His and hers 2012 National Championship LSU shirts. His is a vintage tee, hers a fantabulous scoopback. If you want to add either to your closet, see below for how to enter:
Check out our Facebook page and answer the question: Why do you love LSU?
Instead of blowing a lot of hot air waxing poetic on your favorite candidate at your next holiday gathering, you should encourage the next generation to get in on the political action with these vintage ROCK THE VOTE tees. We have a women’s and a men’s style and you can win one today. Whichever you choose is up to you, but we’re glad to help you make a fashion and a political statement. Care to win? See below for how:
Check out our Facebook page and answer the question: Which Christmas color is your favorite? Red or Green?
Having trouble finding the perfect gift? Or just wanting a little something for you? Well we’re here to help. We’re loving our feather earrings from Heidi Roland. There are multiple unique styles in-store, including the died peacock feathers below. Want to win a pair? See below for how:
Check out our Facebook page and answer the question: What’s your favorite present you’ve ever received?
AND “Like” Gameday Cloth on Facebook. Feel free to share on your page or tweet @GamedayCloth as well. Who knows, our Gameday Santa may be keeping a list and checking it twice!
Check out a little Gameday Style brought to you from our fabulous Gameday Interns, Alyssa, Janna and Jordan. They’re a stylish trio so we’re glad to have them dishing out their fashion advise.
Check out Gameday Cloth for all the team options featured as well as many, many more.
Sport the women’s burnt orange v-neck tee with a pair of wide legged jeans to keep you warm in the cold weather and opt for brown/neutral boots.Top the whole outfit off by accessorizing with gold bangles and a gold men’s style watch.
Hit the street in something comfortable but stylish at the same time. Spice the basic v-neck tee by adding a long necklace, feather earrings, and chunky bracelets. On a warm day pair the tee with a jeans mini skirt, and on a cooler day pair the tee with a dark pair of skinny jeans . Finish the whole outfit together by wearing wedged heels, glittery TOMs, or flip flops.
One of the most comfiest and most popular Tee’s at GameDay Cloth! This oversized v-neck tee can be worn in various ways. Pair the tee with skinny jeans and flats, boot cut jeans and flip flops, wide legged jeans and heels, and leggings and boots. Complete the look by accessorizing with a scarf matching the team colors, chunky jewelry, feather earrings, and a swing pack.
The chilly weather outside calls for something comfy yet cute. Wear the grey and blue hoodie with a white tank underneath with the zip half way and a pair with your comfy jeans. Add a pop of color by adding a hot pink, turquoise blue, or purple scarf.
On a lazy day pair the hoodie with navy blue sweats and sneakers and go for the sporty look.
More and more, fashion is getting comfortable. Celebrities and fashionistas have found a way to make oversized stylish – whether paired with skinny jeans, leggings, jeggings or shorts, loose is in. Why should you look cute six days a week and look like a generic fan on day seven at the game?
Gameday Cloth is your self-proclaimed Tailgate Fashion headquarters and I (Jana) am your Tailgate Stylist. This week?
The Boyfriend Tee
Check out our stylish examples and then find your team and wear it well.
Wear a pocket tee like Audrina Patridge with skinny jeans, sandals and a cocoon wrap like the Alternative Apparel one offered in-store at Gameday Cloth. Top with your favorite accessories like Audrina’s choice in hat and sunglasses. (Tattooed boyfriend optional)
Or be stylish like Blake Lively and layer a scarf with leggings and cute flats. You can find lots of scarf colors, patterns and styles in-store at Gameday Cloth.
And don’t forget the ever-stylish Rachel Bilson. She looks effortless in distressed jeans, sandals and the loose fit pocket tee. You can find cool sunglasses from Randolph Engineering in-store at Gameday Cloth as well to complete the look.
Here’s just a few of the teams we offer in this stylish shirt. We have a ton more online and in-store so if you don’t see it, just let us know. Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org:
With all the unrest in the NFL right now, it’s nice to see all the focus shifting to the 2011 NFL Draft for a minute. I was worried there was a time when it might not even happen! But it will happen and everyone involved is geared up and ready. Kiper and McShay have their boards ready. The Twittersphere is lit up about Cam Newton. Will he or won’t he go #1? Will he be the most amazing quarterback or a total bust? Cha-os.
My personal love of the Draft is the chaos. I was fortunate to be in the middle of the 2006 NFL Draft. I grabbed dinner with friends at Rosa Mexicana, among them Sean Salisbury, one of the main broadcasters covering the draft, and then headed to the official party at Marquee. On our way to dinner, the chaos began and the night was fantastic from there. Salsibury could barely keep up with the phone calls and eventually cut out early to head back to hotel headquarters to figure out what was going on the next morning. It all surrounded the potential #1.
Matt Leinert was the man that year. He was going #1 and everyone knew it. But then the swapping and switching began and before we’d had our first bite of dinner, Mario Williams was selected by the Houston Texans as #1. He was followed by Reggie Bush and then Vince Young. If you remember, the 2005 National Championship was USC and Texas at the 2006 Rose Bowl. Leinart famously stood on the sidelines following their loss claiming to still be the better team. It was sheer brilliance to see Young go before him. As news broke of the change from what everyone expected to the completely unexpected, Leinart avoided everyone at the party, hiding out in the VIP section and leaving early. Meanwhile, all other players relished the attention, the champagne and the moment of what was happening around them. Chaos.
I can’t help but share this video from what I still think was the best Championship Game yet.
This year, I believe, is no different. Add to it the court case, judge ruling, subsequent appeals, broken down arbitration and you have a serious NFL circus. Thankfully, the players still get their moment. What happens from there? Who knows? Will they choose loyalty with their new Owners? Scab out right away from the Players? Or choose loyalty with the rest of the Players – and who knows how long they’ll all, new and old, stand as a ‘Band of Brothers.’
I’ll be enjoying this years’ 2011 NFL Draft in my Pro Owner shirt. Where do you think the newly drafter players should side? They were just selected by the Owners to stand side by side with Players. What side are you on? And the biggest question of all – are you ready for the Chaos?
SMU football is on the rise. Whether you like the Mustangs or not, you should take notice of the energy building around the team. They’re 7-5 in the regular season two years in a row following a 2008, 1-11 record, with a 6-2 in-conference record this past season. They’ve been invited to two bowl games in a row after a 25 year drought. Scout.com ranked the Mustangs incoming class at No.1 among all non-BCS AQ schools. And Rivals.com ranked SMU’s recruiting class no. 50 overall. This is the highest ranked class for SMU in three decades.
Following a Young Alumni breakfast at the Crescent Club last week, I have no doubt the reason behind all this success and excitement is Coach June Jones. To say Coach Jones is humble is an understatement. He lives his life by faith and constantly strives to better the lives of those around him. He acts as mentor and coach to his team, earning their respect through giving it. And over coffee first thing in the morning, he shared with us his principles for his team, and his life.
I didn’t find him the most eloquent speaker, but rather one of the most inspiring. Whether you’re a Mustang fan, a football fan or even a sports fan, I hope you’ll gain as much from his points as I did.
- There is no complaining and no whining. The team knows that they’re there to work hard and that it is, in fact, hard work. But everyone is working hard at something and the ones that make it to the top do so without complaining. Be positive. There will be no lying, no cheating and no stealing – not on his team – which in and of itself is an accomplishment in this day and age of college football players arrests and shenanigans.
- You must be willing to be your best self. Live at the highest level of your values. Live with honor and integrity.
- Help others. You must have a willingness to see the world beyond yourself.
- Every day should be a masterpiece and truly be your best day. You will never get these moments back, so live them magnificently. (This one truly spoke to me. As a small business owner, I can get bogged down in stress and daily details. But how could I dream of letting myself miss these moments? Or not fully live them as the masterpiece that they are?)
- Read. Drink deeply from words, all words. But especially read from the Bible daily.
- Make friendship an art. Become close to a circle of friends. You’ll need those friends more than you know at some point in your life and simultaneously, you’ll be the friend someone needs, even if you never truly realize it. In the valley’s of life, you will need the shelter and protection of friends. When you make friendship an art, it benefits everything: that person and yourself.
- Pray for guidance every day. This may seem simple or less important, but he shared his faith – a strong faith. Through prayer every day he’s thanked God for his blessings and sought guidance in his valley’s.
Coach Jones is a truly spiritual man. He is a truly inspirational man. His players look up to him and he loves them. That relationship has created the success the team has on and off the field, which has in turn created success within the University and spread to the Alumni. SMU is in the 2nd largest turn-around in college football history, with Hawaii under Coach Jones the number one turn-around.
He encouraged us to live by the principles he gives his players. Play the game at the highest level. Be the best you can be. Be consistent in your life. If you repeat these behaviors and daily live by these principles, it will become an unconscious competence. You will be your most successful self unconsciously.
He closed with a quote he recited from memory:
“We must manage our behavior to meet the objective. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act it is a habit.” – Aristotle
You love your team. And you love your Gameday clothes. And we love pictures of you at the game in your Gameday attire. So thank you for all that you’ve shared so far and keep sending them!
We just purchased old, metal, middle school style lockers for the store. And true to middle school, we’re decorating it with pictures. And you’re the ones supplying the photos. Here’s some of our trove thus far, so make sure you’re a part of it!
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“Texas-Bred” Collection now available at Gameday Cloth located at The Shops at Legacy North.
We’ve added Dr Pepper, Lone Star Beer, Pearl Beer and 7-Up to our expansive sports collection.
Great fit, super soft and stylish for men and women. These aren’t your average cotton Tshirts, and they give the non-sports fan something to love about Gameday Cloth.
Stop by the shop or visit online at www.gamedaycloth.com.