Fashions for Proms

A Dress for the World Cup Final

I like soccer, or football as most of the world calls the sport. Not so much that I've watched every game, but since theRound of 16 began, it's been a priority along with my favorite summer deeds. On Sunday, July 14, 2014, the final match between Argentina and Germany is going to be fantastic.

Watching the game with friends on a summer Sunday afternoon will be a blast. This I know. My trouble is

Which dress to wear to watch the World Cup Final?
Help me choose, would you?

This yellow chevron print romper is a fun choice for match day. I can channel my inner referee with this gold print dress. The belt is cute and the neck gathers are adjustable and tie in the back, creating a keyhole. Top it off, this romper costs under $50.

German fans tend to wear two colors from their flag and pull the third in with wacky fan gear. If I decide to root for Germany, what about this black, red and white striped dress? It's a casual knit dress with a square neckline echoed back and front. I could easily wear it to a Sunday match get together or to an internship gig. Of course, the gold would have to come with the zany accessory, but I could swing that.

Argentina fans are often photographed wearing blue and white tank tops or fan jerseys. If I root for Argentina, you won't see me wearing that. But I could play on the blue with this chevron print dress. Chevrons are traditionally associated with heraldry, so I could be ever so subtle in my sky blue cap sleeve dress.

I haven't decided my favorite team I just want an exciting match well played. Maybe a white sundress is the best bet. White signifies peace, the dove I'd be establishing my neutrality! This cute cap sleeve dress has an open back and sheer panels covering the side cut outs. Very on trend, I think I'd wear this dress a lot this summer.

Do you see my dilemma? Do you have a favorite? Can't wait for the big match on Sunday!

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