As you know, when your favorite players go out for the night, they typically take things to a new level of extreme, and there are a few ways to dress them for their wardrobe malfunction.
Here are a handful of things you can do to avoid that wardrobe malfunction: • Wear a mask while on the ice.
When you’re on the field, a mask is a great way to keep your face clean and your eyes protected from the cold and rain.
A helmet or other piece of equipment is not a bad idea either, but it’s definitely not necessary to wear one.
There are plenty of options out there, like the Nuvigil helmet from The Hockey Mask, which costs $200.
• Take advantage of the player’s favorite food or beverage.
This can help prevent your favorite hockey player from going crazy.
Consider purchasing a couple of soft drinks and a protein shake.
And if you’re going out to dinner with friends, there are plenty to choose from.
If you’re not a fan of chocolate chip cookies, there’s always a vegan option.
• Get creative.
The NHL Players’ Association, the league’s union, has created a “dress for your wardrobe” guide that includes suggestions on how to dress for the team’s game.
This includes players’ favorite foods, as well as their favorite beverage choices.
For instance, the players’ personal chef might recommend an olive oil dressing.
You can also go to your favorite restaurants, and find some of the players most popular menu items.
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