Celebrating the Baltimore Ravens, Super Bowl XLVII Champions

After a nail-biting game, complete with a 35-minute power outage delay, an awkward Go Daddy commercial and a surprise Destiny’s Child reunion, the Baltimore Ravens narrowly pulled off a Super Bowl win against the San Francisco 49ers, 34-31.

For full disclosure, Shopilly is based in the Bay Area, and I, like most others in the area, was rooting for the 49ers. However, in the name of good sportsmanship, we want to salute the Super Bowl XLVII Champions by highlighting some bragging rights gear for those celebrating the Ravens’ win.

Nike Men's Baltimore Ravens Joe Flacco Jersey

Nike Men’s Baltimore Ravens Joe Flacco Jersey, Sports Authority, $100
Ravens QB Joe Flacco was awarded MVP honors at the conclusion of Sunday’s game. He completed 22 of 33 passes for a total of 287 yards and three touchdowns in the first half, so wear his number with pride!

Antigua Women's Baltimore Ravens Succeed Jacket

Antigua Women’s Baltimore Ravens Succeed Jacket, Sports Authority, $64.99
Stay warm during the winter-to-spring transition (which will come earlier this year, thanks to Punxsutawney Phil!) with this long-sleeve pullover fleece. The feminine cut and understated embroidered Ravens logo extend its wearability past football season.

NFL Baltimore Ravens 59Fifty Fitted Cap

NFL Baltimore Ravens 59Fifty Fitted Cap, Amazon.com, $16.40-$34.95
Showing your Ravens’ love doesn’t have to break the bank — this affordably priced fitted cap by New Era comes in 12 sizes and features two tones and an embroidered logo.

Baltimore Ravens Toddler Short Sleeve Football Jersey

Baltimore Ravens Toddler Short Sleeve Football Jersey and Pant Set, Amazon.com, $34.99
It’s never too early to create a fan, right? This jersey and pant set is perfect for a two to four year old toddler — which just so happens to also be the perfect age range to teach a toddler about the importance of team loyalty and good sportsmanship.

Lastly, did you notice Beyonce’s leather and lace mini-dress during the half-time show? She chose little-known designer Rubin Singer for the humble task of creating costumes for her and the 120 backup dancers that graced the stage during the half-time show. While Beyonce’s getup is presumably a bit too risque for everyday wear, you can draw inspiration from Mr. Singer’s design with these little black dresses:

Hope you enjoyed the game!
The Shopilly Team

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