Looks We Like: University of Kansas
Time to get amped up Jayhawks. With KU athletes working their way into the Olympics left and right, there’s no better time like the present to up the game with your wardrobe. Whether you’re cheering for your Olympic bound contemporaries live from the Rio stadium or watching it on the TV at your friend’s house, you better be doing it in style. What better way to cheer them on than in the nuyu “Cheer Top”. We dressed it up for class, a night out, and sporting events because there’s really no place you shouldn’t be rooting for your team. Round up your squad for an epic tailgate, and get ready to scream “Rock Chalk” with an overly rowdy crowd. Nothing builds camaraderie more than face paint and matching outfits.
Keep it completely casual with distressed overalls, an oversized tote, and leather sandals. This makes the perfect outfit for grabbing coffee with your beau or shopping with your bestie. Not only is it insanely comfy, it’s also insanely cute. This 90’s inspired look will have you hashtagging tbt on that throwback photo where you’re wearing the same overalls circa The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air days.
Going to the big game and being late for the party due to a wardrobe change is not a whole lot of fun (unless you’re trying to be fashionably late of course). No one wants to lose the adrenaline caused by a big win while getting ready. Plus, if you’re anything like me, the lure of Netflix and pajamas may cause you to forget going out altogether. Luckily, we’ve got you covered. This look works perfectly for a hot game day outfit and doubles as the perfect ensemble for a night out. Whether it’s a victory on the field or you’re finally done with those never ending midterms, this top is great for celebrating.
Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? You can work out and look fierce AF in this sporty top. Whether you’ll be at the gym or practicing on the field, you really can’t go wrong. We paired the cheer top with some equally spirited leggings, an Adidas bowler bag, and a Fitbit of course. Let’s be real, if you didn’t count your steps, did they even really happen?