Cricket fever has taken the world with storm with ICC World Cup 2019 starting on 30th May. Fans have already made travel plans to go and visit the matches live in England and Wales, live the sport and revel in the entertainment. Now when you are in the fashion capital of the world – London, you probably should dress accordingly.
Here are a few styling ideas that will make your experience even better. The weather in the UK is famous for being fickle, and weather forecasts are notoriously unreliable. So even in summer, you can expect cold, grey days, whilst winter can provide unexpected sunshine and even a little warmth!
A Jersey of your favourite team
This is a no-brainer! The best way to support and cheer and for your team is by wearing your team’s jersey. This way you not only establish your loyalty but also dress ‘right’ for the game!
Pair it up with a pair of trousers and sports shoes and you are all set!
Now since the matches are in England, you have to dress up according to the weather and even though it’s not very cold right now, you might consider keeping few pieces of winter clothing just to be on a safer side!
A knitted jumper is a perfect choice when it comes to watching cricket in style and the cable-knit cricket sweater is still taking centre stage – and is still perfect for a British summer.
Denim is a classic and never goes out of style. If you don’t have the time to dress up, just throw on this versatile piece of clothing and you are done!
Pairing the same with a hoodie will not only save you from the cold but also make you look modish. The casual the look, the more comfortable it is.
Nothing beats the charm of a blazer! A summer-weight tweed is a great way to combine elegance with a certain relaxed charm, and all without shivering if the sun dips behind a cloud.
These can be dressed up with a silk tie and formal pant-shirt or dressed down with a basic tee and pair of denim.
Hats or Caps
Do in London as the Londoners do! Well, that’s not exactly how the saying goes but you get the hint.
Now if you are lucky, you might see the sunny-side up (pun intended) during your visit in London but even if you don’t, a Panama or a beanie as an accessory wouldn’t hurt you.
Not only will it make you stylish but you will also be paying an ode to the Englishmen while being at their home ground!