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I know You Didn’t Miss Cindy, but You Shouldn’t Miss These Either

#6 The Most Fashionable 2018 Super Bowl Ads

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Where do fashion, music, sports, fries, guys and gals meet all at one place? At the Super Bowl, of course. Missed it? Don’t worry I have you covered on this. With everything but the final score.

Truth to be told, I missed the Super Bowl. Again. I mean the game. Not the halftime. I mean this is what Super Bowl is all about in the first place, right? The entertainment during the halftime. Well at least for the 87 % of the viewers (data from 2017) who watch Super Bowl solely to see the ads and music performance. So, yes you can count me in. Because I still don’t know who won. But I know all about what was going on in between.

Fashion Blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette from Wall Street watching Super Bowl ads on her pink MacBook while sitting in the pink bed surrounded by pink cushionsFashion Blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette from Wall Street watching movie on her pink MacBook while sitting in the pink bed surrounded by pink pillows

THE BRAND LIFT

Although truth to be told, the actual ROI on Super Bowl is far from expected. In fact, brands don’t even use standard ROI to measure how successfully their $5 million (which is the price of Super Bowl ad in 2018) flew away in those 30 seconds. The Super Bowl ROI is called the brand lift. Which is just the likelihood of someone recognizing the brand after seeing it’s Super Bowl ad. And that brand lift puts the brands who spent $5 million (well a lot more if we count in all the costs) on the Super Bowl ad even lower than the mico influencers with the 13 % of engagement. An average brand lift in 2017 of 13 % simply can’t be compared to the 13 % of engagement Instagram influencers have.

THINGS TO REMEMBER FROM 2018 SUPER BOWL

Anyway, I’m not planning to bother you with the numbers this time. I mean it’s only Monday, and Monday shouldn’t start with numbers. Instead of fashion news, I decided to share some of my favourite Super Bowl ads with you. Although I must say, I doubt I will remember them a week from now.

But I will definitely remember what they wore at the Super Bowl. Yes, we are having a little fashion stop, too. You know fashion is a must on Brunette from Wall Street blog. And no, we are not stopping at the American football players’ outfits. We are checking the ads fashion this time. Although, we could discuss the makeup of the athletes for hours. You know what I mean.

Fashion Blogger Veronika Lipar of Brunette from Wall Street watching Super Bowl ads on her pink MacBook while sitting in the pink bed surrounded by pink pillows

2018 SUPER BOWL ADS TO LOOK TWICE

PEPSI IS BACK

Pepsi, “This Is the Pepsi”

Starting with my favourite ad, the Pepsi. And no, not because I would love Pepsi (you know I don’t drink it at all) but because of the iconic Cindy Crawford of course. Surely it’s not a coincidence they brought Cindy back from her famous Pepsi ad from 1992 now. Afterall that ad was one of the best ads Pepsi had since it joined the Super Bowl. So bringing Cindy back to Pepsi ad in 2018, when Pepsi is finally coming back to the Super Bowl, is a genius idea. We all know how popular Cindy is again. Credits to Gaia and after this ad to her son Presley too. Ps. Check the gallery below to shop what Cindy wore in 1992 and 2018 Super Bowl ad.

 

 

Leather American football, pink satin slip dress, pink faux fur jacket with text overlay American Football & Fashion What have these 2 in Common?

 

BECAUSE IT’S THE MOST FASHIONABLE

M&M’s, “Human”

Wait, what? Yes, it turns out this funny ad, is the most fashionable too. You know the monochrome. Ps. Check the widget below to see how to go monochrome in red this season. And don’t forget to head on my Spring Summer 2018 Fashion Report to find how to pull off the chocolate monochrome. Yes, chocolate brown is in fashion too.

 

 

Diet Coke – Twisted Mango – Groove

Andrea, dear, this one is just for you. And she is wearing the polka dot. The IT print of the season. You must check this one twice.

 

 

DJ NANNA AND HER STYLISH FUR COAT

E*TRADE – This Is Getting Old

So stupid, kind of funny and so stylish. You need to see nanna’s coat again. Or just check the gallery below if you find it too stupid to watch again.

 

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SO BORING, BUT FASHIONABLE

Kia, “Feel Something Again”

This ad is actually very boring, but there is one thing that made me put it on this list. Yes, the jumpsuit. I tould you I will only remember the clothes from this Super Bowl. Ps. Swipe through my favourite jumpsuits in the gallery below and shop them by clicking on each and one of them. The link will take you straight to the store.

 

 

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ADS FROM 2018 SUPER BOWL TO HEAR TWICE

OH THAT SONG

Budweiser, “Stand By You”

Honestly, the only thing I like about this ad is the song. They should have done the better story though. Still, I like this song enough to put this ad on my favourites list.

 

FREEDOM IS MORE POWERFUL THAN FEAR

Amazon Prime, “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan”

 

There are two of my favourite quotes in this ad. Freedom is more powerful than fear. And Future /…/ belongs to the brave.

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IT MADE ME CRY

Toyota, “One Team”

Finally, the most touching ad from 2018 Super Bowl. No words. But tears of hope.

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I CAN’T SKIP THOSE

Well, those were just the prettiest ads. Only the prettiest. Because truth to be told, none of those ads will lift the brand just by itself. We all know we remember only the most annoying ads. Well yes, this is why Super Bowl ads are so stupid, hilarious (if you get their humor of course) and genius at the same time.

So what are my least favourite ones? You know what? I’m not telling you. I mean why spoiling your week with that annoying jingle. Besides, I’m quite sure you couldn’t escape that blue knight no matter how much you tried.

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MORE BUSINESS BUZZ AND MORE FASHION

I must say I’m quite disappointed with the 2018 Super Bowl ads. And I don’t mean in the fashion sense. Cindy did fulfill expectations of the fashion gals quite well. But as it goes to the emotions and storytelling, Super Bowl ads step far behind. I think it’s time the big players search for inspiration outside their own brand. They are getting boring and moreover irrelevant to the modern world. Whatsoever, at least we got Cindy back and a glimpse of fashion too. Ps. Don’t forget to check my SS 18 fashion report for more legit fashion inspiration. By the way, which was your favourite 2018 Super Bowl ad?

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