For those of you who followed along with my Press Level Fashion last season – I’m back!
I have an entirely different (and bigger) role this season with the Coyotes and so games have been a whole lot more hectic for me. Between everything going on in my life, I’ve found it hard to find the time to breathe, let along write about my PL outfits.
I decided rather than just one outfit, I would post several looks that I have from the season thus far. Hope you enjoy!
Leather pants: H&M
All black is always my go-to. I love that you can look so incredibly chic, with barely any effort on your part. That’s my kind of outfit.
This is pretty much my favorite outfit to wear. I love how professional you instantly look by popping a collared shirt out from under a structured shift dress. I finish off the ‘Wednesday Addams’ look by throwing on some opaque black tights.
Wrap shirt: Similar
Blazer: Forever 21
That one time that I was the Oilers TV host for the night….or at least pretended to be. A blazer, a wrap shirt and work pants have been a staple this season. It’s such an easy outfit to put together, too (catching on to any trends in my style habits?).
This is my most recent look from when we played the Blackhawks on Tuesday night. It’s hard to make out, but I’m wearing a drop-waist, button-down dress over some warm leggings. I have been bringing a coat to wear while watching the game and it’s the best decision that I could make.
What’s in my bag?
My bag: Tory Burch Ella
Press level tip: Always make sure your bag is fully equipped. I come with chargers (for every electronic in my bag), a mini makeup kit, and much more.
Chargers: My phone always is running low by the end of the third period considering I have to be at the arena so early and everyone always needs a charger, anyways.
Makeup kit: If you’re anything like me, no matter how much primer you slather on, your makeup always ends up smeared somewhere odd on your face. For example, I woke up with a black eye a few days ago and I kept having to apply concealer in-between periods. Honestly, all you really need is a tube of concealer.