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Vogue’s style tips for 5 of our fave Women’s World Cup jerseys

Published: June 8, 2023
Author: Fashion Value Chain

-By Mokshika Chauhan

Officially, the FIFA Women’s World Cup has begun. Australia and New Zealand will be the destinations of 32 teams from around the world on July 20. Stadiums in Sydney, Wellington, Brisbane, and Melbourne will host matches for each team. What will be the biggest game to happen in Australia since the Sydney Olympic Games at the turn of the thousand years will be joined by a lot of laid back, if serious, athletic cheering. One of the most joyful ways to show your support for the homegrown Matildas—or any other team, of course, if you have dual allegiances—is to dress in national colors, specifically team jerseys. Because they combine sport and style, jerseys have become a staple of streetwear.

Originators like Beauty Ridges Bonner and Martine Rose have placed their own twist on the outline lately; Ridges Bonner and Adidas cooperated recently to make a Jamaica away unit, which she displayed in January as a feature of her assortment for fall/winter 23/24. The alleged “Blokecore” and “Blokette” styles, which consolidate sportier, customarily manly outlines with hot strips and cat heels, have likewise provoked new ways to deal with active apparel as attire. You can participate in the fun even if you aren’t a fervent football fan.

You must wear green and gold this winter because there is nothing more stylish than supporting the Matildas. They’re declaration tones, so we’d organize them with something more settled, like a mid- wash free jean. Using a belt to raise the ensemble generally makes a casual outfit appear more considered; A belt made of silver and designed in the Western style would accomplish incredible things. We would pick tennis shoes and scrunched socks over heels since we accept that solace is the main part of each piece. SHOP NOW: For the Australia 2023 stadium, a women’s Nike Dri-Fit football shirt costs $115 from Nike SHOP NOW: Frankie’s Place: The Sasha high-rise wide-leg jeans from Net-a-Porter cost $182.20 (originally $303.66).

You can also get the M.N.G. Fedra belt from The Iconic for $44.95 right now: The Famous SHOP NOW: Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66, $180 Socks with a high heel, $14.90 from Uniqlo.

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