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SEC Football Schedule 2014

Jun 13, 2014 8:17:34 PM

Get ready for Football Saturdays! The first college gameday will be here August 28th! Start Shopping for all those cute gameday dresses, jewelry, accessories & more in your favorite team and school colors! Take a look at your SEC school's schedule below to plan your weekend and most importantly your outfit now!

 

*Conference Games Only

Week-by-Week

Aug. 28
Texas A&M at South Carolina

Aug. 30
Arkansas at Auburn

Sept. 6
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

Sept. 13
Kentucky at Florida
Georgia at South Carolina

Sept. 20
Florida at Alabama
Mississippi State at LSU
South Carolina at Vanderbilt

Sept. 27
Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Dallas)
Tennessee at Georgia
Vanderbilt at Kentucky
Missouri at South Carolina

Oct. 4
Alabama at Ole Miss
LSU at Auburn
Florida at Tennessee
Vanderbilt at Georgia
South Carolina at Kentucky
Texas A&M at Mississippi State

Oct. 11
Alabama at Arkansas
Auburn at Mississippi State
LSU at Florida
Georgia at Missouri
Ole Miss at Texas A&M

Oct. 18
Texas A&M at Alabama
Georgia at Arkansas
Missouri at Florida
Kentucky at LSU
Tennessee at Ole Miss

Oct. 25
Alabama at Tennessee
South Carolina at Auburn
Mississippi State at Kentucky
Ole Miss at LSU
Vanderbilt at Missouri

Nov. 1
Arkansas at Mississippi State
Auburn at Ole Miss
Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Kentucky at Missouri
Tennessee at South Carolina

Nov. 8
Alabama at LSU
Texas A&M at Auburn
Florida at Vanderbilt
Georgia at Kentucky

Nov. 15
Mississippi State at Alabama
LSU at Arkansas
Auburn at Georgia
South Carolina at Florida
Kentucky at Tennessee
Missouri at Texas A&M

Nov. 22
Ole Miss at Arkansas
Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
Missouri at Tennessee

Nov. 27
LSU at Texas A&M

Nov. 29
Auburn at Alabama
Arkansas at Missouri
Mississippi State at Ole Miss
Tennessee at Vanderbilt

Team-By-Team

ALABAMA
Sept. 20 - FLORIDA
Oct. 4 - at Ole Miss
Oct. 11 - at Arkansas
Oct. 18 - TEXAS A&M
Oct. 25 - at Tennessee
Nov. 8 - at LSU
Nov. 15 - MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 29 - AUBURN

ARKANSAS
Aug. 30 - at Auburn
Sept. 27 - vs. Texas A&M (Dallas)
Oct. 11 - ALABAMA
Oct. 18 - GEORGIA
Nov. 1 - at Mississippi State
Nov. 15 - LSU
Nov. 22 - OLE MISS
Nov. 29 - at Missouri

AUBURN
Aug. 30 - ARKANSAS
Oct. 4 - LSU
Oct. 11 - at Mississippi State
Oct. 25 - SOUTH CAROLINA
Nov. 1 - at Ole Miss
Nov. 8 - TEXAS A&M
Nov. 15 - at Georgia
Nov. 29 - at Alabama

FLORIDA
Sept. 13 - KENTUCKY
Sept. 20 - at Alabama
Oct. 4 - at Tennessee
Oct. 11 - LSU
Oct. 18 - MISSOURI
Nov. 1 - vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Nov. 8 - at Vanderbilt
Nov. 15 - SOUTH CAROLINA

GEORGIA
Sept. 13 - at South Carolina
Sept. 27 - TENNESSEE
Oct. 4 - VANDERBILT
Oct. 11 - at Missouri
Oct. 18 - at Arkansas
Nov. 1 - vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 8 - at Kentucky
Nov. 15 - AUBURN

KENTUCKY
Sept. 13 - at Florida
Sept. 27 - VANDERBILT
Oct. 4 - SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 18 - at LSU
Oct. 25 - MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 1 - at Missouri
Nov. 8 - GEORGIA
Nov. 15 - at Tennessee

LSU
Sept. 20 - MISSISSIPPI STATE
Oct. 4 - at Auburn
Oct. 11 - at Florida
Oct. 18 - KENTUCKY
Oct. 25 - OLE MISS
Nov. 8 - ALABAMA
Nov. 15 - at Arkansas
Nov. 27 - at Texas A&M

OLE MISS
Sept. 6 - at Vanderbilt
Oct. 4 - ALABAMA
Oct. 11 - at Texas A&M
Oct. 18 - TENNESSEE
Oct. 25 - at LSU
Nov. 1 - AUBURN
Nov. 22 - at Arkansas
Nov. 29 - MISSISSIPPI STATE

MISSISSIPPI STATE
Sept. 20 - at LSU
Oct. 4 - TEXAS A&M
Oct. 11 - AUBURN
Oct. 25 - at Kentucky
Nov. 1 - ARKANSAS
Nov. 15 - at Alabama
Nov. 22 - VANDERBILT
Nov. 29 - at Ole Miss

MISSOURI
Sept. 27 - at South Carolina
Oct. 11 - GEORGIA
Oct. 18 - at Florida
Oct. 25 - VANDERBILT
Nov. 1 - KENTUCKY
Nov. 15 - at Texas A&M
Nov. 22 - at Tennessee
Nov. 29 - ARKANSAS

SOUTH CAROLINA
Aug. 28 - TEXAS A&M
Sept. 13 - GEORGIA
Sept. 20 - at Vanderbilt
Sept. 27 - MISSOURI
Oct. 4 - at Kentucky
Oct. 25 - at Auburn
Nov. 1 - TENNESSEE
Nov. 15 - at Florida

TENNESSEE
Sept. 27 - at Georgia
Oct. 4 - FLORIDA
Oct. 18 - at Ole Miss
Oct. 25 - ALABAMA
Nov. 1 - at South Carolina
Nov. 15 - KENTUCKY
Nov. 22 - MISSOURI
Nov. 29 - at Vanderbilt

TEXAS A&M
Aug. 28 - at South Carolina
Sept. 27 - vs. Arkansas (Dallas)
Oct. 4 - at Mississippi State
Oct. 11 - OLE MISS
Oct. 18 - at Alabama
Nov. 8 - at Auburn
Nov. 15 - MISSOURI
Nov. 27 - LSU

VANDERBILT
Sept. 6 - OLE MISS
Sept. 20 - SOUTH CAROLINA
Sept. 27 - at Kentucky
Oct. 4 - at Georgia
Oct. 25 - at Missouri
Nov. 8 - FLORIDA
Nov. 22 - at Mississippi State
Nov. 29 - TENNESSEE

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Light Blue Tizzy NecklaceIGreen Game Day Bubble Necklacet’s the season’s first game day, and you’ve put together the cah-utest outfit. Compliments galore at the tailgate and even more pictures to document the momentous occasion. Instagram. Facebook. Hashtag. Like. You’re on cloud nine until… Crap, it’s Friday. Again. Another Saturday, another game day. More pictures. That totally adorable outfit from last week is just that: so last week.

So how can you avoid getting stuck in an outfit rut by week two of college football? Maximize your wardrobe with key pieces, then accessorize from there. Pair “neutral” basics with colorful statement necklaces. White sundresses are great for hot game days in the south; add a bubble necklace in your team’s colors, and you’re done. Up north, where it’s a little cooler, chambray paired with bright skinnies in your team’s colors is another great option.

Invest in a pair of comfortable sandals or flats in either a neutral color or even metallic. Chances are you’ll be walking quite a bit; don’t let your shoes put a damper on your fun. Choose something you’ll wear over and over again – Jack Rogers Navajo sandals are a classic, and they come in a variety of colors. They’re a bit of an investment, though, so shop around a bit to find something that fits your budget as well as your style.

Neutrals and basics allow you to wear something over and over again with little refreshers to liven things up. Another bonus? Many of these key pieces can be repurposed and restyled for all occasions – not just game day. Get the most out of your wardrobe, and avoid the dreaded, “WHAT am I going to wear?” turmoil next Saturday.



 

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Game Day Maxi Dress Tips for Petites

Dec 15, 2013 1:56:03 PM

Being petite, it has always been difficult to follow all the latest trends.  My most recent dilemma has been the attempt to find a maxi dress that fits my smaller 5’ 3” frame. I know I am not the only person in the world that has this issue so below are a few things to be aware of while searching for that perfect maxi dress.

LENGTH

Being petite, I have to hem every pair of jeans and dress pants to fit, if the short length is not available.  Having this issue, you can image how difficult it is to find the appropriate length on a longer dress.  Maxi’s are usually cut extremely long and I end up stepping all over the dress while trying it on. When shopping for a maxi, take into consideration that the ideal length for a maxi dress for petites is between ankle level and slightly brushing the top portion of your foot.  If the dress is styled longer, you will be picking up your dress or tripping over it all day.

FABRIC DESIGN & COLOR
Game Day Maxi Dresses
It seems like being petite, you are destined to have a closet full of solid colors and no patterns.  You don’t have to be boring.  Patterns are your friend.  Knowing what you can and cannot handle is the key to selecting the right color and pattern.  Be weary of extra bold, large patterned dresses.  Obviously, if you are self conscious of your height, solid or color blocking designs will be the most effective in elongating your body.  A small chevron or geometrical patterned dress is a great way to add that preppy chic into your ward robe without looking like a distraction.

NECKLINE DESIGN

Being petite, also means you may not be well endowed on the upper portion of your body.  Therefore, low cut v-necks and thin shoulder spaghetti strap necklines can create an unattractive look.  Try finding a dress that provides a scoop, halter, tube top or pareo design.  Depending on which style you like, make sure it elongates the upper portion of your body and creatively makes your look taller.

LET YOUR BODY DO THE TALKING, NOT THE DRESS

When you find that perfect maxi dress for your petite body, you will just know. Make sure it is in sync with your natural curves and accents your short build. The quality of the fabric & structure of the dress really do make a difference in how it will fit. Avoid selecting dresses with a full bodied skirt. A simple streamline skirt will again elongate your body and make you look taller.  Also, an elastic or empire waist will help in making you look taller.

ACCESSORIZE

Once you own a maxi dress, this will be your one go-to outfit.  You can mix and match and make endless outfit creations.  These dresses look great with a light knit blazer or cropped denim jacket for those cooler college game days or a night out on the town. Add in contrasting earrings or a statement bib necklace depending on the neckline and what it will allow.  Use your own judgement.  If it feels like too much, then it probably is. Adding a belt at the waist line will also help elongate your look.  As for shoes, I would stick with a kitten heel sandal or a flat.  

No matter how tall you are or body type, remember to find a maxi dress that you feel great in.  Once you do, it will be one of your favorite on-the-go outfits.

Check out our complete selection of maxi dresses on www.totallycollegiate.com. Pictured is the Leighton Maxi Dress. This maxi dress is designed to give you three dresses in one. It can be worn 3 ways as a strapless, halter or pareo. Also pairs great with a light weight knit or denim jacket. Our fan fare collection lets you sport you favorite college team colors in feminine fashions that go from touchdown to downtown. Available in 10 colors. Click here to see them all.



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Completed Tennessee Pumpkin Craft

Do It Yourself College Team Themed Chevron Painted Pumpkin


Be creative! Choose between Game Day Colors, Sorority colors or seasonal colors.

Things you will need to successfully complete this quick and easy craft project. 

Craft Supplies Needed

- Pumpkin (any size)
- Acrylic Craft Paint
- Ribbon of Choice
- Foam Sponge Brush
- Regular Paint Brushes
- Masking Tape
- Scissors
- Hair Dryer
- Water to Clean Brushes

Step 1 - Clean debris off of pumpkin

Step 2 - Tape pumpkin in the pattern of your choice. I chose a black and white chevron print because it is very trendy this year and is the epitome of college game day. If you choose the chevron print you will only need to tape off the first line to get started to make sure your pattern is even. The width of the foam brush is a perfect measurment for your chevron stripes pattern. You can also do polka dots, stripes,chevron or mix and match.

Step 3 - Use the hair dryer for each line for quick drying. This way you don't need to worry about the colors bleeding onto one another and you can touch up where needed.

Step 4 - After the paint on the pumpkin is completely dry, you can now paint your school or sorority logo on the pumpkin. A quick and easy way to draw the logo if you aren't so artistic is to print the logo of your choice, cut it out and use it as a stencil. 

Step 5 - Add a bow or ribbon of choice.

Takes around 1 to 2 hours


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