Sponsored By NIKE
By Jessie Quinn
Football jerseys are the new go-to trend of the season — and you don’t need a sporty wardrobe to get the look. From street to vintage to prep, blending your city spirit with your personal look is a forward way to root for your favorite team without sacrificing style. These bold kits from Nike boast eye-catching colors that pair well with any print, texture, and accessory, transforming them into a new category of not-so-basic basics.
The key to styling jerseys with everyday streetwear is to think of them as your favorite white tee or grunge-y old band shirt: They essentially go with anything. Whether you want to rock a pair of wide-leg trousers, slip on your favorite vintage cut-offs, cozy up in a cardigan, or throw on a blazer, you can pair them all with a Nike jersey for a more elevated, trend-setting look. And, between us, your inner sports fan is completely optional (go team!).
Looking for style inspiration? We’ve curated a mood board that features four coveted street style looks to perfectly accentuate personal flair and show allegiance to your city’s team. Peep our [fashion] plays, ahead.
For an edgier look, pair your team jersey with a pair of work pants, a bright-colored printed jacket, a white bodysuit, and calfskin loafers. The pattern play adds some spunk to a more laid-back ensemble, creating the perfect storm of streetwear and spirit.
Unleash your inner Sporty Spice with this athleisure aesthetic. This outfit blends together two trending pieces — white sneakers and jerseys — for the ultimate sporty style. Finish it off with a cozy cardigan and puffer coat for a layered look.
Keep it low-key with this vintage-inspired look. Denim cut-offs, a sweater vest, and slip-on loafers create a throwback feel while a Nike jersey gives it that touch of modern — all while staying true to personal style.
If you prefer to keep things preppy, all it takes is a pair of light-wash denim, delicate pearl earrings, stacked heels, and an oversized blazer to achieve the look of the season. The key here is to keep things neutral and let your jersey be that pop of color.