Hello to all #CWC Team India supporters! I am sure all you are going gaga over this season’s Cricket World Cup as our men in blue are killing it on the field. During the last couple of days, a few of my cricket loving friends had taken it upon themselves to display their love for the game & the country by donning the Team India Blue jerseys while watching the match at my home! Waking up at 9am to watch a match is so ain’t my thing but hey, I actually had fun – not just because of the match but also for the reason that it inspired me to do a post on ‘How To Wear The Team India CWC Jersey’… Why? Because it’s time to go Blue this world cup season!
Five Rules To Keep In Mind While Wearing The Team India Jersey
1) Wear The Actual Team Colours . . .
This is the first & basic rule. I have been following the cricket world cup and while it’s great to see some people having fun in yellow, pink and red ‘Team India’ jerseys, I strongly suggest if you are supporting your favourite team, you ought to wear the actual team colours. Get yourself a real jersey & be proud to wear it. ( Psst.. just in case you are supporting ‘Team India’ & you don’t know, the colour of the jersey is BLUE, neither yellow nor pink.)
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2) Wear The Jersey Tucked Out . . .
It just looks better, doesn’t it? Yes, I agree that our men in blue (the actual cricketers) have to tuck in their jerseys while playing but that is due to the protocols on the ground. As a supporter or cricket fan – I would suggest chill out & do not tuck it the jersey. Keep it casual.
3) Comfortable Shoes . . .
Sneakers are the safest choices when it comes to shoes that go with your jersey. But if you are at a stadium and it’s hot, flip flops and flats are acceptable too. Unless you are very sure that you will be comfortable, avoid those high heels and wedges.
4) Get A Jersey That Fits You . . .
Actually, this does not only apply to jerseys but clothing of any kind. But jerseys in particular can look really awful if you wear a size that is too small or too big for you. Get one that fits you just right. IF & ONLY you have no other option, go with one size above to be safe!
5) Dress It Up . . .
Instead of wearing the jersey with casual denims, dress it up with killer leggings, a cardigan and a statement bag. Accessorize – wear colourful bangles, paint your faces and don’t be afraid to experiment.