Notre Dame’s Mike Brey donning Kilt for Charity

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I’ve always been a fan of the wardrobe of Notre Dame men’s basketball coach Mike Brey. He’s well known for his suit with no tie and a turtleneck sweater underneath instead of dress shirt look. I rock a similar look often, except I substitute a tight Banana Republic stretch t-shirt underneath instead of the turtleneck sweater.

So I don’t mind following his lead on fashion, especially if it helps out a good cause. And Brey is issuing a challenge to all Fighting Irish fans in an effort to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Michiana.

As part of McDazzle 2010 “Men in Kilts,” Brey is participating in a fundraising effort that will provide a free overnight stay at the Ronald McDonald Family Room for the family of a critically ill child.  Brey is among 12 participants who have joined forces in this unique promotion in an effort to raise money and awareness for the Ronald McDonald charities in the South Bend and Mishawaka region.

You can help by casting your vote for Brey as the best-dressed man in a kilt.  The cost of a vote — $50 — with all proceeds helping fund an overnight stay for families at one of the three overnight facilities located in the South Bend community

Brey has added an incentive if he is the leading vote getter.  Should he receive the most votes, Brey will coach the first half of Notre Dame’s first exhibition game of the 2010-11 campaign wearing a kilt.

You can vote by going here .

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