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On Thursday, the Fox Sports reporter asked for her first-ever collection of game day apparel with the brand to WEAR by Erin Andrews, who is one of nine styles for each of the 32 NFL teams, and it is available in NFLShop.com and Fanatics.com.
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“I think they’re all pretty much on my own that I would like to have in my life,” Andrews, 41, recently told Page Six styles of the collection. “Each piece I took out of my closet and I thought, ‘How can we make this fun and take care of the NFL teams on it?'”
“I think they’re all pretty much on my own that I would like to have in my life,” Andrews, 41, recently told Page Six that Style.
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The styles include: a denim shirt ($69.99), the long-sleeved T-shirts ($39.99), and a crewneck tee ($34.99), track pants ($49.99), hoodies ($64.99-$69.99), and a satin bomber jacket ($119.99), and mr Andrews said the idea for the line came from her athlete husband, Jarret Stoll.
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“My husband is a retired ice hockey player. He has won two Stanley Cups with the Los Angeles Kings, but that of the girls [was], ‘What are we going to be wearing on the ice? “What are we going to wear for the parade?’ There is absolutely nothing that the fashion is to wear it with a Kings logo to,” Andrew explained.
The “Dancing With the Stars” co-host also discussed with the female fans, with its emphasis on the importance of subtlety.
“A lot of women have told me,” I don’t like to have something that was all over my chest, and I like to wear simple things like that, ” she said. “And that’s how I dress in real life, and that’s how I dress on tv are not for” Dancing With the Stars, ” but for a sideline, and I was like, ‘Okay, let’s go over to my closet, let’s take a look at what I’ve got, and we have to figure out a way in which women are able to wear and play with, but it is even more important, not only on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays but all the other days of the week.”
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While Andrews can be found in the design process, in order to be a “tremendous learning experience” and she’s already brainstorming ideas for the future of their collections.
“We’re going to have to be a Super Six, and we are going to the play-off teams, that’s already been done and it has already been decided,” Andrews shared. “We are already working on our fall collection for the upcoming season. You must do this now, so it’s great for me because I’m so used to at the time of the making of the games, but we are hard at work right now.”
This article was originally published in the New York Post.