Wisconsin is full of die-hard Packer fans. I have relatives and friends who wear Packer clothing daily.
I love sports and the Packers but I decided last year to eliminate clothes with sports team logos from my wardrobe. Sure, I still have a few shirts and caps of local teams but I try to only wear them around the house and at games.
Most of my winter jackets used to have sports team logos on them. I decided to retire them all and buy more professional outerwear. Coming to work at my professional job with a red and navy puffy ski jacket with Chief Wahoo on the back was not appropriate. I bought a navy wool driving coat and a down filled solid black jacket for when it was really cold.
I was in a bar recently and ran into a guy I knew back in the day. He is 33 years-old and was wearing a tie-died Badger shirt, a Minnesota Twins golf visor and a green rubber bracelet similar to the yellow “LiveStrong” ones but with a Packer logo on it.
No one else in the bar was dressed like this. I have no issue with people dressing differently. But I don’t think sports team apparel is the type of clothing that is going to attract and interest women. Most women are not sports buffs.