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I CANNOT stop staring at Tom Brady's new blue hue that he invented. I'm truly fixated and may need help.  It's called Brady Blue.

Don't you find it stunning and mesmerizing?

I'm personally seeing a deeper, richer, royal blue leaning toward a hydrangea purple tone. But I digress, and apologize for being obsessed.

Brady created Brady Blue with the Pantone Color Institute. It's all part of Brady's clothing line called Brady, that he launched in January of 2022 at BradyBrand.com, according to Fashion United.

I mean, how many people can actually create a brand new color in the blue family and get away with it? Tom Brady, that's who. What can't this guy do?  Well he possibly can't stay married, which bums me out, but it's not over with Gisele yet.

Anyway, if I can pull you away from fixating on it for a minute, it's worth mentioning that this blue hue doesn't really have a connection to the rest of his life.

Patriots' blue it is most definitely not.

As a matter of fact, I'm seeing more of the Buffalo Bills' blue in this tone.  Although there is that whole "Brady becoming the all-time leader in completions after his 700th career touchdown pass against the Bills in 2021" connection.

Michigan blue it is most definitely not.

That's of course where Brady played college ball, yet, it looks more like the Florida Gators' blue.  And he does live in Florida, so there's that connection.

Well, whatever the influence, this is fashion and not football.

What do you think of Brady Blue?

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