NCAA STYLE: A GLAM SLAM’S COLLEGIATE FASHION & BEAUTY PICKS


Posted on August 21st, by HeatherZeller in A GLAM SLAM U, BLOG.

NCAA STYLE: A GLAM SLAM’S COLLEGIATE FASHION & BEAUTY PICKS

With a new season of college sports on the horizon, fans are gearing up with the latest in school branded merchandise. From apparel and accessories to footwear and beauty, there is a diverse range of products to target students and alumni alike. College fans can take their school spirit to the next level with A Glam Slam’s NCAA style picks.

Skicks: Fans can put their most fashionable feet forward on gameday, with a new collection of collegiate-themed footwear from Skicks. Sneaker styles for Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Syracuse are currently available, with several schools to come. The line includes both high-top and low-top designs for men and women, in school color ways and emblazoned with logos. To shop the collection, visit skicks.com.

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Pride & Glory: Pride & Glory, the country’s first cohesive collegiate beauty brand, was founded by beauty industry veteran, Jennifer Walsh. The collection of body lotions, hand lotions, hand washes, shower gels and bar soaps offers a unique display of collegiate pride, as the items are packaged to feature school hues and licensed logos. Pride & Glory has also incorporated a charitable element, as 2% of profits from the sale of each item goes back to the charity of the school’s choice, through the brand’s Inspiration Nations initiative. The line currently offers eight universities with additional schools to follow. To shop the collection, visit prideandgloryusa.com.

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Masik Collegiate Fragrance: Masik offers fans a deeper connection to their school through fragrance. Each signature scent is exclusively created to capture the essence of the university. The company partners with colleges to formulate a scent based on a variety of factors like school colors, traditions and locations. The Masik roster currently includes 20 universities, with a men’s cologne and women’s perfume. To shop the collection, visit masik.com.

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Gametime Watches: Game Time Shop offers a wide array of wristwear designs for men and women, for professional and college sports. The NCAA-themed styles range from sporty to sophisticated. The watch dials are embellished with school colors and logos and a wide selection of strap designs make each piece truly unique. For students and recent grads, the watches provide the perfect finishing touch to any gameday ensemble. To shop the collection, visit gametimeshop.com.

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Society 43: Society 43’s officially licensed sunglasses are designed to match the style and culture of each school. The company continues to update its offerings with fresh new designs that allow fans to showcase their pride. The extensive collection includes over 80 universities, with multiple designs for each school. Colorful frames, reflective lenses and team logos make the shades an essential addition to any fan’s gameday wardrobe. To shop the collection, visit society43.com.

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Slater Zorn: For a subtle approach to showcasing team spirit, Slater Zorn’s collegiate apparel and accessory collection is classic and chic. The luxe, high-quality pieces for men and women are designed in college colors, but free of logos. The offerings are versatile enough to transition from gameday to everyday. To shop the collection, visit slaterzorn.com.

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VS PINK Collegiate Collection: Victoria’s Secret PINK has released its latest collection of collegiate-themed apparel. The company develops new designs each year and the updated offerings include tees, tanks, hoodies, jerseys, sleepwear and accessories. Pieces continue to merge the brand’s fun and flirty vibe with school colors and logos. To shop the collection, visit vspink.com.

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