The vast majority of the hockey season in Ottawa is cold, really, really, really cold. Of course that can be said for many teams throughout the northeast and Canada. This weeks team look of the week encourages dressing warmly, while staying comfortable and fashionable all while showcasing a shoutout to the Ottawa Senators.
Layers are a key to the fashion game, layering up for the outdoor trek to the game is a must, being able to shed some of those layers inside the arena gets points too. We tried to pick a look that would enable that fashion want to be a reality on game night.
Everyone is talking about the camel coat this season and whether you have $500 or $50 to spend on the trend, there are many options popping up for any budget. A camel coat is a closet staple that withstands the test of time. The gold in the Senators emblem resembles the camel shade and it’s a much better option that blinging out in an all gold jacket; you’re heading to a hockey rink, not the set of Kanye’s next video.
Next, we picked a pair of skinny legged jeans, a baggy cream sweater and a faux fur vest. Keeping you warm, without making you feel bulky — often a hard task to accomplish during the hockey season.
Wedge sneakers to withstand the snow, or even a pair of ankle boots would work. We like the wedge, so if your shoes get wet, there’s a solid chance that your feet will stay dry, the wedge heel acts as a buffer. If wedges or heels aren’t your thing, a pair of black Converse style sneakers would make for a cute substitution.
A gold gladiator spear drop necklace, or a gold drop necklace of any kind pulls in the teams colors nicely. Since plaid is one of our favorite things here at The Pink Puck, we chose a simple plaid bag that will fit the basics on game night. A plaid wristlet would be a good alternative also.
Lastly, everyone needs to mix in a piece of team merchandise here and there, what better way to show your Sens support than a beanie that’ll keep you warm and look stylish too.
As always, if the Senators aren’t your team, don’t be afraid to use the outfit as a guideline and draw your own off-ice plan of attack to support whomever you cheer for!