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+ THIS IS HAPPENING.

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+ NFL players just don’t have the post-game outfits locked down like the NBA. Kaepernick wearing a beanie, oxford shirt, and hooded blazer. Lewis lookin’ like a reverend. [from yesterday.] Pulling for the Patriots in the Super Bowl since the Rams won’t be there for a while. Sad.

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+ Everyone have a good week while I’m busy repeating “Suit and Tie” and trying to digest it.

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Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year! The Rose Bowl and Tournament of Roses Parade are one of my favorite NY traditions, particularly because they’re local, my love of football, and I used to decorate floats for a number of years. The Junior Rose Bowl is a thing of history now, but Miss JRB sure looks adorable.

A very big thank you to everyone who’s commented, liked, followed, or quietly read this site during the year. I immensely appreciate it. Cheers to 2013!

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Week 17 of the regular season is tomorrow [sad day!], but these NFL goodies just dropped at Forever 21 this week. Who says you can’t rep your team year round? Not all teams are up online, but I did see more options in store. If anyone in St. Louis wants to ship me a Rams pullover, get at me. Please and thank you.

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Paul Lukas, of ESPN and Uni-Watch, recently interviewed Under Armour designer Adam Clement, the man behind this polarizing look. Clement basically has a hand in all uniform or on-field product, and, as someone who’s in the same field, I’m all ears when it comes to designers sharing their vision and design process. This quote from Clement is a personal reminder I’ve found myself repeating often over the years:

“When you do a project like this, you always want to go a little further than maybe you’re even comfortable with yourself, and then you can bring it back a little. I always have to remember that I am not the target audience.”

So much easier said than done. Take a few minutes and read for yourself: Part 1, Part 2, Bonus