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Train to the Game

Local Meteorologist Meredith Garofalo predicts our colorful Colorado weather, so we asked her for real-life style tips to take us from rain to shine.

HAIR & MAKEUP BY SIMONE STARR @hairmakeupsimone / CLEMENTINES SALON DENVER @clementines_salon

Plan Ahead

The weather can change quickly, and to be prepared for whatever Mother Nature brings your way -- have everything you need in one big bag! A jacket that can keep you warm or allow you to get a little sunshine on your way to and from the train is my best style forecast.

Just in Case

Layers are a must in Colorado and shielding yourself from the sun, wind, and rain can still be stylish with game day necessities from local boutiques.

PHOTOS BY SHEBLY MURRY, FLOWER AND IVY PHOTOGRAPHY @flowerandivyphoto

Don’t get caught in the rain from the train to the game! A raincoat and umbrella are easy to pair with your home run look, and can be put away when the sun comes out to play.

Spring days in Denver can start off stormy and end warm and muggy, but you really can be prepared!

Ready for Sunshine

Removable sleeves from the jacket allows for an All-Star look and with jeans and comfy shoes, you’ll be ready to run the victory lap with our Rockies!

STYLE CONTRIBUTOR: MEREDITH GAROFALO @garofalowx

Meredith is wearing: Denim, $68. Olive Tank, $32. Transitional Jacket to Vest $68. Sunglasses, $12; Inspyre Boutique. Rain-jacket $66; Fifth and Hudson. Sneakers, $98; Hypo Footwear. Reversible tote, $456; Common Threads. Hat, $28. Water bottle, $35. Seashell Hand cream, Unsolved Issues Bag, $18. Loop Lightening Cable, $15. Umbrella, $22; Hope Tank.

Stylish Tips:

A NEUTRAL RAINCOAT WILL MATCH EVERYTHING IN YOUR WARDROBE
COORS FIELD ALLOWS SOFT SIDED BAGS 16”X 16”X 8” OR SMALLER