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Tommy Bahama's new collegiate collection

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Just in time for football season comes Tommy Bahama’s Collegiate Series with a growing selection for men and the addition of women’s apparel.

The new collection includes Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma, along with dozens more universities.

Fans can shop university logo polo shirts, camp shirts, half-zip pullovers and full-zip jackets. Signature styles come in a range of college colors and details, each embroidered with the school’s logo.

New this season is the women’s collection, featuring the Floral Victory Tee, a knit shirt in a fading floral print and university logo; the Sea Glass Breezer, a sleeveless button; and the Winning Streak Full-Zip, a long sleeve jacket.

New for men are the Parquet Polo, a festive tropical print polo shirt; Polo Rico, a horizontal striped polo shirt; Fuego Floral, a floral print camp shirt; and Hula Oasis, a classic color camp shirt. There’s also the Firewall Core Half-Zip, a sleek gray knit, and the Pacific Check is a long sleeve button down shirt.

Suggested retail prices range from $110-$175 for men's and $80-$110 for women's. The Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series is available at Nordstrom and other retailers, as well as tommybahama.com.

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Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series Fall 2018 (PRNewsfoto/Tommy Bahama)

Tommy Bahama Collegiate Series Fall 2018 (PRNewsfoto/Tommy Bahama)

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