Not only do the Vancouver Canucks play in a gorgeous city, they also have one of the most versatile color schemes in the league. Navy blue, white and black are basic colors that pair well with almost anything, blend well together or stand alone on their own in making a statement. Oddly enough, it’s actually their usage of green that really adds a beautiful dynamic to the mix. Green, especially the deep emerald, kelly hue tends to compliment a large array of skin tones, much more so than Bruins yellow, Islanders orange, or even Flames red. Right now, the marketplace is flooded with amazing green accessories from jackets and sweaters, to necklaces and bags. Lucky Vancouver fans (and a few other teams in the league, Minnesota, we’re looking at you), putting together an accomplished game night outfit should be fun!

The one fashion concept that I truly believe in; “find one statement piece you love and build your outfits around it”. The mixed pattern long sleeve coat is affordable, and certainly makes a statement. Pair the jacket with simple style, do not go overboard.

A pair of black skinny jeans, loose fitting jersey t-shirt, Keds and a simple black clutch will make the ensemble look effortless. Obviously adding a bit of team spirit to the mix is always nice, but sometimes adding it in a muted way is more appropriate — the whale tale necklace is simple and clean while paying homage to the Canucks. If you’re a fashionista (and even if you are not, get brave) try rocking a simple wool navy blue or black fedora.

As always, this look can be tailored to any team in the league, mix and match the colors but keep the same style principals!

Winter was hooked on hockey by age 6, when she first witnessed a bench clearing brawl between the Boston Bruins and the Ottawa Senators. Growing from hockey fan to hockey player, Winter followed her passions by founding The Pink Puck. While she also loves fashion and the outdoors, hockey will always be her center ice. Email: winter@thepinkpuck.com Twitter: @Winter_Adams



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