I have searched naipublishers.com and the internet for some ideas. I am going to a game with 30 coworkers. We work in the banking industry in Charlotte. It is going to be hot and muggy. There is a parking lot drinking and eating event beforehand. i am not really into sports so any advice would be great. Should I go buy a team shirt and wear jeans/ tennis shoes?
You're overthinking this. This is an event where you're likely to be drinking, possibly spill stuff, have other people possibly spill stuff. It's going to be hot and muggy. Do you want to wear anything nice?
Just wear a t-shirt and shorts. Things that you wouldn't mind getting dirty.
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Thanks for the answer. I know I am over thinking it but that's the way I am. I get pretty stressed out when the work/life line gets blurred.
Eh, it's a football game; don't over think it. I wouldn't recommend buying a team shirt if you don't care about the team. Just wear team colors (or neutral colors for that matter) in some way. Jeans and a t-shirt is more than appropriate. Sneakers are definitely the way to go, because of spills and whatnot.
Personally I'd wear some chinos/loafers with a team jersey or team hat depending on the team, if I'm not a fan of the particular team I'll just wear an OCBD or tee. If you're not a fan of the team or of football in general then there's no need for you to purposely go out and buy a jersey, maybe you can pickup a team hat that you like at the game as memorabilia.
They sell branded polos for most sports teams. This can be a color coordinating but better looking option to buying a jersey. Rock that polo with some sorts and comfortable summer shoes. You'll be golden but not look overdressed at a football game.
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