Wearing white cotton shirts and sweat pants during the National Football League’s Super Bowl celebration could be seen as offensive, but many people are choosing to dress in white as a way to honor the dead and to honor America.
The NFL is taking a stand against this trend by banning players and coaches from wearing white clothing during the festivities, but there is one option for fans to wear white and still show their support for the dead.
White shirts and sweats are considered to be a symbol of mourning for the deceased and can be worn by any NFL player, coach and employee.
White shirts and shorts can be found at many retailers including Target, Walmart, Macy’s, Home Depot, Kohl’s and other stores.
You can find white cotton and other materials at the following stores:American Eagle Outfitters.
Toys R Us.
Amazon, Target and Walmart all offer white cotton apparel.
But you can also find white and white-colored clothing at other retailers, including Walmart and Sears.
In addition to white shirts and white sweats, there are other ways to wear your dead loved ones colors during the game.
There are also many ways to dress up your dead friends in white shirts, sweatpants and more.
Here are some tips for your loved ones during the NFL’s annual Super Bowl event: