T-minus one day until everyone’s favorite display of athleticism is on: the World Cup! Wish you were in Brazil? Us too. Fortunately we have plenty of viewing outlets, but what about outfits? Our comprehensive list is chock-full of tees, jewelry, and even shoes - all perfect choices for a World Cup spirited ensemble. Browse through these ten and find yourself perfectly outfitted to cheer for your team in style.
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