You’re probably tired, but there’s nothing like the thrill of the playoffs.
Here are the basics for keeping warm, and how to dress to keep your wardrobe from smelling like the playoffs:1.
Keep warm: In the postseason, warm clothing is a must.
If you can, wear layers that are comfortable, but not too warm.
A sweater or turtleneck works well with your uniform.2.
Wash your hands: When it comes to dressing for the playoffs, keep it clean.
Don’t wash your hands, but it’s best to use a soap and water and not use soap in the shower.3.
Keep your hair in order: Wash your hair before and after every game.
The more the merrier.4.
Dress for the weather: Don’t be shy about going outside to get a little sun exposure, and keep your hair long.
You can also wear a hat, but hats can be a good idea when you have a lot of sweat on your head.5.
Don a hoodie or sweatpants: A hoodie is an excellent way to protect your body from the cold, but be aware that they may not be as warm as your uniform pants.
Wear a hat for extra warmth.6.
Shower with your family: Wear a towel to protect from the sun and keep warm.7.
Dress appropriately for the season: When you get to the postseason and get ready to go, don’t wear anything inappropriate.
Dress as if you are about to go out to dinner, for instance.8.
Make your own ice cream: Ice cream is another way to keep warm, but don’t be afraid to make your own.
Make a batch and freeze it for the next time you want to warm up your wardrobe.9.
Make an ice cream for a friend: Make a big batch of ice cream and freeze the whole batch for your best friend to eat.10.
Stay hydrated: It’s not just about getting in shape.
You should be keeping a proper hydration routine and eating well.11.
Drink a lot: If you’re a big drinker, you might want to keep a bottle of water with you.12.
Wear your jersey: When wearing a jersey, it helps to wear it properly.
Wear gloves and make sure the neck of the jersey is closed to prevent the cold air from getting into the neck.13.
Wear long sleeves: Long sleeves are a great way to stay warm, especially if you’re going to wear a hood.14.
Dress smart: It might be tempting to wear your jacket on the outside of your jersey and your blazer underneath it, but that doesn’t work very well.
Keep the jacket on your body as much as possible.15.
Keep a few accessories: If your jacket is short and thin, you can easily put on a few short-sleeved items.
If your blazers and jackets are long and thin as well, try putting on a pair of socks, as long as the socks are not too long.16.
Wash yourself before and during the game: Wear your washable, washable clothes, but do not wash your skin.
The smell of the sweat will get into your clothes and make you sick.17.
Keep it simple: When the game starts, don, and do not wear anything that is too fancy.
Don the same uniform for the rest of the season.18.
Make sure you have enough time to shower: Wash clothes and prepare for the game.19.
Stay in shape: Wear light clothing and don’t overdo it with exercise.20.
Wear some form of protection: Protect your face with a face shield or goggles and wear gloves.21.
Wear sunglasses: Be careful with what you wear, but avoid sunglasses, and wear them at night.22.
Keep yourself hydrated when playing: If possible, drink water while watching the game, especially during the coldest part of the game in the winter.23.
Don an ice mask: Make sure to wear the mask when you are out on the ice.
You may want to wear them when you get back into the dressing room.24.
Make some snacks: Don a snack while watching your team and enjoy the ice cream afterwards.25.
Don your mask: Don your hoodie and wear your mask whenever you’re out and about.