How To Dress For A College Football Tailgate

Your attire for a football game is extremely important. Weather you are bundled up in the northeast during a snowstorm, or rocking shorts and Ray Bans out west, your clothes can make or break your time at a game. If you plan on attending a college football game this year and you would like to fit in rather than feel left out, we’ve got you covered.

Over the last week, we’ve received great submissions for the 1st-annual Bold Tailgate Awards and using this information, along with data from your favorite social media sites, we’ve produced this infographic to school you on the styles of college football tailgates across America.

From boardshorts in the southwest, to hoodies in the midwest, every region has its unique trends which help you stand out as you roll up to each game. College football trends are much different than pro football. Rocking a jersey to a college football game is a lot less common than you would think. Instead, custom T-Shirts, polos and button downs flood the tailgates from every angle. Most of the patrons ARE college students, after all.

View the full infographic here…

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