Broncos Game Day Style Guide for Men: Elevate Your Fan Fashion

Game day fashion is about more than just showcasing your Broncos spirit: it’s an opportunity to express your unique style. Whether you’re tailgating, heading to the stadium, or watching the game from McGregor Square, the fit you choose can help you feel comfortable and confident. 

In this guide, we’ll explore a range of fashion tips and strategies to help you elevate your game day look. From clever layering techniques to unconventional pant choices and the art of accessorizing, you’ll discover how to stand out from the crowd while supporting your favorite team.

So, let’s dive into the world of game-day fashion and unlock the secrets to looking dope while staying spirited. 

Embrace Layers

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Not only do layers help elevate your look, they’re perfect for combatting unpredictable Denver weather. Take your game day look to the next level by mastering the art of layering. Though a simple white t-shirt will do the trick under your jersey on hotter days, take it up a notch by adding visible layers underneath.

Visualize your Broncos jersey or t-shirt as the focal point of your outfit. Layer a well-fitted long-sleeved shirt underneath for subtle elevation, or throw it over a hoodie for a grungier look. 

Don’t be afraid to throw layers on top as well. While a well-worn denim jacket is a quality staple and will never truly go out of style, bomber jackets and letterman-style are sweeping fall fashion this year. 

Think Beyond Blue Jeans

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Quality denim is irreplaceable but it can also be a little boring. 

Ditch the predictable blue jeans to embrace a fresh take on game day style. Instead, pair your favorite Broncos gear with chinos or cargo pants. Chinos add a touch of sophistication to your

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Prepare for Meow Wolf’s Vortex: Festival Fashion Tips from FashioNation’s Sydney and Mia Italiano

Sydney and Mia Italiano are no strangers to the Denver rave scene. 

After all, their family business FashioNation has been styling Denver alternatives for over 35 years. Plus, Sydney’s been raving for the better part of the last decade, bringing her younger sister Mia into the scene almost three years ago.

Read: FashioNation: Home to Denver’s Alternative Fashion Scene

This experience is especially handy ahead of festival weekends in the city. Namely, Sydney and Mia are gearing up for one of Denver’s newest festivals, Meow Wolf’s Vortex.

Vortex is taking place in the heart of Denver at The JunkYard this weekend, August 25-27. Mirroring the essence of Meow Wolf, the outdoor arts and entertainment space will transform into a multi-stage immersive musical dreamland for three nights. 

To prepare for a weekend of festival fashion — and Vortex’s unique bizarre and dreamy vibes — Sydney and Mia shared their best tips for expressing yourself in the crowd and surviving long days on your feet. 

Stay Cool and Look Hot 

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Surrounded by thousands, dancing your way through each set, sweating is an unavoidable reality at festivals. According to Sydney and Mia, a great way to stay cool and comfortable on the floor is to use your accessories to your advantage. 

Hand fans are not only popular festival fashion accessories — they’re also a practical way to get some air flowing. Additionally, adding fishnets and leg wraps to bikinis or smaller sets is a great way to elevate your look without adding heavy layers. 

However, staying cool doesn’t have to mean bearing it all. “I think it’s important to just be comfortable,” Mia said. “You don’t want to go to your first festival naked if you’re not comfortable.”

One trend to avoid when looking to stay cool? Mia and Sydney say

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Local stylists use ‘All-Star’ client opportunity to promote inclusiveness

SALT LAKE CITY — Savannah Norman remembers growing up watching the original YouTube makeup girls. She would practice their looks on her face and five years ago she decided she would pick up the brush and start using it on other people. Young Norman could only dream that Gabrielle Union would be sitting in her chair five years later.

“Her agent reached out to me on Instagram and just mentioned a high-end client; she never said the name, and then as we got more into detail, she was like, ‘Oh it’s for Gabrielle Union,’ and I was like ‘Oh, is this for real?’ It was like a full circle moment,” Norman recalled.

Every good makeup look needs a complementing hairstyle. Union’s team also reached out to freelance hair stylist, Tenesha Luckett. She and Norman teamed up during All-Star Weekend to make the award-winning actress’ vision come to life.

“She had a vision, and we just went with that vision. She liked big, beachy waves, and that’s right up my alley. I love big hair,” Luckett said.

Luckett gave Union beautiful, big waves, as requested, to complement her glowing look by Norman. For Luckett, this wasn’t her first celebrity client — she’s had the chance to work with some of the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City and others. But for Norman, this was her first A-List celebrity.

“The first day, I was so nervous. Like, so so nervous. When I was driving over there, I called my mom and she did all these affirmations with me,” Norman said.

For Norman and Luckett, it’s not just about the opportunity to work with celebrity clientele — it’s about making sure everyone can be serviced regardless of skin color and hair texture. Their Utah roots and lack of access to makeup artists and

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It’s a sell-out: Industry mood positive ahead of Australian Jewellery Fair

For the second consecutive year the Australian Jewellery Fair (AJF) has sold out far in advance of opening day.

The AJF will be hosted at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour on 18-19 March.

The AJF has been timed to take place prior to Mother’s Day (14 May), giving retailers the opportunity to stock the latest ranges ahead of a crucial period of trading.

Three major buying groups – Nationwide Jewellers, Independent Jewellers Collective, and Leading Edge Jewellers – will each host stands after a productive Melbourne Jewellery Expo, which was also a sell-out event. The GAA will also be at the event.

Expertise Events managing director Gary Fitz-Roy told Jeweller that the most valuable thing available at the AJF for suppliers and retailers alike would be ‘opportunity’.

“We are thrilled to see such a high level of interest in the Australian Jewellery Fair this year. We’ve been anticipating a high turnout, but didn’t expect it would sell out so quickly,” Fitz-Roy said.

“We are confident that the fair will provide a valuable opportunity for retailers and sellers to discover new ranges, to build connections, and to reconnect within the industry.”

Fitz-Roy explained that a new initiative had been introduced for AJF: “The fair will also feature free all-day catering, so retailers and sellers can maximise their time and enjoy a free lunch. This is just one of the ways we are working to make the fair an enjoyable and productive experience for everyone involved”.

For additional information or to register in advance visit the Australian Jewellery Fair website.

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Owner’s passion for fashion fuels J’s Fashion & More | News

A 37-year-old mother of two boys and the wife of Anthony Grable, who is the owner and operator of All Clean Professional Carpet Cleaning, Jessica Grable says that she has always had a passion for fashion. She says that said passion dates back to an early age, recalling a particular store from her childhood and the memories she made there.

“I can remember that my best time was spent on Saturdays going shopping with my mother and sister to a store called the 7-dollar store,” Jessica Grable recalls. “I would always imagine owning a store just like this one. So many beautiful clothes and shoes as well as jewelry all in one.”

Due to that passion, Grable explained that she considered opening a store of her own several times. 

In 2018, the lives of Jessica Grable and her family were forever altered when Jessica received a Lupus diagnosis. As a result, she found herself with a limited ability to work. Grable decided it was finally time to make her lifelong dream of owning her own store come true for herself and her family. She says that with the blessing of God and support from her family, that dream is now reality with the opening of J’s Fashion & More.

Being from Milledgeville, she felt that it was only right to open J’s Fashion & More here.

“I wanted to bring something to the community that we didn’t have. Some different merchandise for the people,” Grable remarked. In her words, Grable says that being able to help the community through her business has brought her joy. She emphasized that it has taken a lot of hard work and dedication to get to this point, where J’s Fashion & More has received great support and feedback from the community. the business

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Here’s what you need to know about the Barbie-themed store opening in Toronto

🎵Come on, Barbie, let’s go party 🎵 The only tune worth jamming to on your way to the Barbie-themed store in Toronto, if you ask me. It seems like there’s a rise in Barbie fever, with all the news of the movie, pop-ups and the works. Mississauga might be home to the World of Barbie tour, but #The6ix is getting its own attraction as well, with the opening of a concept store.

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The new store is the result of a partnership between Canadian fashion designer, Hilary MacMilllan, and the parent company for Barbie, which is Mattel. The store is set to host a clothing line, the Shades of Pink Collection, which will include 15 pieces.

Where’s it going to be?

The collection will be released online and in-store on August 11th, so get ready to shop until you drop. You’ll be able to find it on 131 Bloor Street, specifically inside The Colonnade. The store is expected to provide visitors with the feeling of stepping inside Barbie’s closet. I’m talking all-pink decor, a photo booth and other unique spots throughout the space.


The Shades of Pink capsule features all ready-to-wear pieces. So if you’re looking to add a splash of nostalgia (and pink) to your wardrobe, then make sure to check it out.

And if you want more of Barbie in your life, then there’s always the World of Barbie interactive experience in Mississauga. The experience includes the full-size camper van, the Barbie Interstellar Airways shuttle, her music studio and many other attractions.

It’s located at 199 Rathburn Road. You can book the tickets online through the site.

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Masaba Started a New Beauty Line, LoveChild. Of Course, It’s Inclusive


The word multi-hyphenate has never suited anyone more than it suits Masaba Gupta, who, from the looks of it, leads many lives in one. So much that we’re a little discombobulated about how to address her – designer? Actor? Influencer? Entrepreneur? What does one call a person who is an inspiring mishmash of everything? But above all else, Masaba is a relatable Everywoman who has first-hand experienced the wrath of an unrelenting society, learned to not only weather the storm but also thrive in it, and then translated her findings into ways with which she can better the lives of women who look up to her. After spearheading a body-positive approach in everyday fashion with her clothing line, Masaba, the entrepreneur, is bringing her slant of inclusivity to beauty with her cosmo-wellness brand, LoveChild, designed to not only suit our Indian skin but also make us feel better in it.

Formulated to bridge the gap between skincare and makeup, LoveChild offers lipsticks, nail paints, face mists, intimate wipes and calming oils, made using headline-making ingredients of the global beauty world that are still Indian in their appeal. With price-points that start at as little as INR 100, it’s also inclusive in terms of who the brand caters to, which, if you ask us, is what makes it a winner already.

In an attempt to demystify the force called Masaba, who is also moonlighting as our digital cover star, we get into a free-wheeling conversation with her, and hopefully come up with something incredible ourselves.


How is Masaba the designer different from Masaba the entrepreneur and Masaba the actress?

Masaba as a designer is, of course, authentic but also very focused on maintaining a golden mean between the creative and commercial aspects of design. She is in this balancing act of

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Race Day: Dior Is Joining Fashion’s Digital Push Through a Collaboration With Gran Turismo 7

Dior’s Kim Jones designed a branded jumpsuit and redesigned a vintage Italian car.

Kim Jones, the artistic director of Dior Men, has announced a collaboration with the automotive game Gran Turismo 7. The designer joins Gucci’s Alessandro Michele, Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquière, and Burberry, who have designed skins for the games Riders Republic, League of Legends (LoL), and Honor of Kings, respectively. 

READ ALSO: Designer Skins: Prada Is Now Dressing Video Game Characters Along With These Other Fashion Houses

The skin designed by Jones has the playable driver in a yellow and gray overall with matching driving gloves, a set of race-inspired Diorizon sneakers, and a helmet in a blue and gray colorway. 

Of course, the suit is branded by the atelier with the “CD” logo on the upper right—above the brand name at the center. The design also appears on the sleeves. The number “47” is likewise used as a design element, which honors Dior’s first fashion show in 1947. 

Joining in

Jones also designed a matching car, a vintage De Tomaso Mangusta, to match the skin. The collaboration marks the 76-year-old brand’s entrance into the growing virtual space. One of its competitor luxury houses, Gucci, is leading in making a metaverse presence. 

Last March, Gucci advanced its digital push with the NFT project “Gucci Vault.” At the same time, they launched “New Tokyo,” which is a space in the metaverse. 

Banner photo from @Dior on Instagram.

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Johnny Depp signs new Dior contract to continue as the face of Sauvage cologne

Johnny Depp has agreed a new contract with Dior to remain as the face of Sauvage cologne, which he has promoted since 2015.

Even at the age of 59, Johnny Depp is maintaining his status as a male icon, as evidenced by this renewal as the face of Dior’s Sauvage perfume.

This renewal is for several years and it is believed that he’ll receive a seven-figure sum to continuing to work with Dior.

According to TMZ, Depp signed the new deal to continue fronting the fragrance after fashion photographer Greg Williams attended one of Depp‘s and Jeff Beck‘s concerts in Paris.

The publication claims that Depp did a photo shoot with Williams and that the resulting artwork will be used in a new Dior ad campaign.

Johnny Depp’s opportunities following the Amber Heard trial

Johnny Depp has spent most of 2022 in the headlines, having been involved in a high-profile defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, which he won.

Having won that trial and having charmed the audience during it, the Wall Street Journal noted that sales of the Dior fragrance had increased at the time of the trial.

Having cleared his name and having returned to the limelight, it makes sense that Dior would want to keep working with the actor.

What is next in Johnny Depp’s legal battle with Amber Heard?

Meanwhile, Depp is still embroiled in legal battles with his ex-wife Amber Heard, as the actress fights to overturn the court settlement against her.

She was forced to pay 10.35 million dollars in damages after a defamation lawsuit, but the actress has asked for it to be overturned because she cannot afford to pay such an amount.

Depp is continuing to add to his projects. He recently sold his debut art

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Tanyel Tries: The primer that has US beauty gurus hooked lands in UK

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It’s been worth the wait (Picture: Tatcha/Tanyel Mustafa/

Welcome to Tanyel Tries, our new beauty column in which Lifestyle Reporter and beauty nerd Tanyel Mustafa tests out the latest products and trends to let you know whether they get our approval – or should be trashed.

Not many primers come with such high status in the beauty world, but Tatcha’s The Silk Canvas Protective Primer is one of those.

Beauty fans will remember, before the days of TikTok and Instagram reels, the glitterati of beauty YouTube was full of positive reviews of this primer when it launched back in 2018.

But – British shoppers had to wait. Tatcha only just landed in the UK, and this product wasn’t even included in the first drop.

Finally now, though, fans can get their hands on it.

It’s rare these days I’m excited to get new slap on my face, given how part and parcel it now is as part of my job (how quickly we get used to things…), but this I was eager to try.

Retailing at SpaceNK for £48, it’s an investment, so this column will always be honest about how well a product stacks up to its claims and whether it’s actually worth your money.

One cheaper dupe version, that has been on British shores for years, is the e.l.f. Poreless Putty Primer, going for just £9.

Truthfully, now I’ve tried both, I don’t think the e.l.f. version holds a candle to Tatcha – the former of which feels drying and slightly greasy on my skin, but for those on a budget – especially with oilier skin – it might be worth a go.

So what makes the Tatcha one so special?

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