Each year an ESPN wardrobe consultant works with designer Max Mara on Salters' wardrobe, planning multiple options for each game. She's given a book in June that lays out the season's ensembles. It tells her, "This is the game, these are the teams playing, this is the climate, this is what you're supposed to wear, and this is a picture of you in it, in case you forgot what that looks like." Salters also tries to make sure she's not wearing colors of the teams playing that week. "That happened once. Thankfully, it was a preseason game here in Baltimore. I was wearing a light-blue sweater. ... Someone from the Ravens said, 'You're wearing Carolina Panthers colors.' And I was like, 'Oh jeez.' "