Some years ago, 2016 to be precise was the year of hoodie and fashion sweatshirts dominated the streetstyle photos not forgetting the designers like Gucci, Vetements, Fenty Puma by Rihanna, Yeezy and so on using it to make fashion statement on runways.
The statement blazers, romantic dresses, and fancy sparkly things are what is so ubiquitous nowadays. Yet the necessity and popularity of sweatshirt can’t be ignored because of its eternal character. As we are now transitioning into the cold weather we who believe in looking cool and staying warm will be making sweatshirts the centerpieces of our outfits from now until April 2020.
We are now ready for the Spring 2020 as all the trends and style to wear after the cold weather is now set but whilst we are making our way down to next year spring, we will be pairing Mark Zukerberg kind-like style(college look) paired with colourful oversized denim, or ladylike skirts (if they hit right at the waist) and peekaboo button-downs (if cropped). Whatever you do, just keep warm and it starts with cozy cool sweatshirts.
The good thing about the sweat shirt trend is that, you don’t have to break the bank to wear them. If you’re strapped for cash, you can always head to your local big box store and treat yourself to a simple $5 pullover or dig your old college hoodie out of your closet. The Mark Zukerberg college style look is in.
Here are some of the sweatshirts to shop before the fall hits:
Polo Ralph Lauren
Polo Fleece Popover Hoody, $155 at END.
Yellow Tie Dye Side Curtain Crew, $240 at Collina Strada
Reverse Weave Grey Small Script Half-Zip Sweatshirt, $135 at SSENSE
Logo-Print Cotton-Blend Jersey Hooded Sweatshirt, $229 at Matches Fashion
Crinkle Nylon Cropped Hoodie, $18 at American Apparel
Tie Dye Hoodie in Pink, $90 at Opening Ceremony
Fleece Pullover Hoodie in Polka Dot, $62.99 at J.Crew
Orange Chynatown Sweatshirt, $550 at SSENSE
Hooded Knit Sweatshirt, $49.90 at Zara