Another day, another game, another outfit post. Tonight’s win against the Toronto Maple Leafs was a good one.

Today was a rough one getting down to the arena, and as of lately, it has seemed like each game ends up being a struggle. When class doesn’t get out until almost 5:00 and you need to leave around 5:15 to get to the rink, the challenge of getting dressed, made up and ready to go is almost impossible. Between the major reaction my skin decided to have, and the knots in my hair, there was no way that I would be able to stop for pre-game Starbucks.

5:23 was the official time that I was in my car and headed out. After several stops along the way (just the usual, shoe inserts and Subway), I arrived at Gila River Arena at 6:05… phew. A lipstick application, and gel pad insert later, I was on my way down (and then up) to Press Level.

I honestly had no idea what to wear tonight. I didn’t really want to wear a skirt, because it’s chilly, but you know, why not? I did know one thing, and that was that I had to break out my oxblood tights at some point. Tonight was the perfect night to do so, considering Saturday’s game I will be rocking the lavender for Hockey Fights Cancer night for the Arizona Coyotes.

Press Level Tip: Try adding a mini microphone to your media bag. You can find them on Amazon, and they just plug into the headphone jack on your phone. It will make your recordings so much more clear, and will save you time when it comes to transcribing quotes post-game.

 

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Shirt: J.Crew, $40.00

Blazer: H&M, $35.00

Skirt: Forever 21, $20.00

Tights: J.Crew

Shoes: Unknown, but similar here

Sports and fashion are Allison's true passions. She grew up in the household of a professional athlete, and a family blessed with true athletic talent. She, on the other hand, must have been absent on the day that sport skills were passed out! Although, she does possess a zeal that most girls do not have for sports of all kinds, hockey has consumed her life in the most unexplainable way. Sports are such an integral part of who she is, and she is on journey of becoming a part of a professional sports organization. Growing up minutes from the Las Vegas Strip didn't leave Allison with many options for being a sports fan.Spending the majority of her summers on the East Coast, Allison became a fan of all things Boston, and her heart will always have a special place for the city (especially the Bruins). Allison currently is an employee of the Arizona Coyotes and falls more in love with the game each and every day. You can follow Allison on Twitter: @Alli_Galllagher and you can contact her by Email: allison@girlnextscore.com

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