Wearing the World Cup: Retailers Get in on Tourney Fever

There are a medley of ways to show your World Cup loyalty. Here are our favorites for watching in style.

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Luis Nieto Dickens
Excited fans during the kick-off celebration concert for the 2010 FIFA World Cup at the Orlando Stadium on June 10, 2010. The premiere football competition kicks off Friday.
Shakira joined forces with Mango on a capsule collection of Solidarity T-shirts, sales of which will benefit UNICEF programs in Africa. The colorful tees, emblazoned with Shakira's World Cup song "Waka Waka" and the slogan "This Time for Africa" and retail for $39.90 for women's styles and $22.90 for men's.
Capsula Mundi
French boutique Colette is exclusively offering the La Fumisterie World Cup 2010 Tee, a quirky white shirt with players' faces arranged in a grid. There's something oddly appealing and efficient for showing off all your favorites.
Support your favorite footie teams on your own footies with Havaiana's team flip-flops, available at havaianas.com and Barneys.
Jason Ryan
French Connection pays homage to Manchester United legend George Best, who ruled soccer fans' hearts for nearly three decades, from the 60s to the 80s.
Dolce & Gabbana
High fashion has the fever, too, and FIFA-themed products abound. There's Dolce & Gabbana underwear, Armani bags and leather accessories, Tod's bracelets in each of all team colors, Hugo Boss polos and more.
Fred Perry
Not only is Fred Perry offering a selection of tournament shirts in several national team colors, but fans can enter to win signed memorabilia on the website.
There's always the World Soccer Shop, which stocks every kind of jersey, bag, accessory, knickknack, gear, decoration you can imagine. We like the rugged national team-seal backpacks.
Even Bebe is hawking its Summer Score line, which includes the store's signature club gear that you can (not) play soccer in and some bedazzled soccer-themed accessories. We think it's better suited to looking sexy when trying to pick up guys at a sports bar.
NBC Connecticut
FIFA spared no expense to transport the World Cup trophy in high style, commissioning a custom trophy case from Louis Vuitton.
Roberto Cavalli
Meanwhile, these spiffy Roberto Cavalli numbers are what Shakira wore to kick off the games June 10.
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