Following on from yesterday’s article about how you can layer up these types of hoodies, I thought it was only right I show you some of the new examples on the market. Clothes are about personal preference so some of you will like the pull over type hoody whilst others will like full zipped versions and the versatility they give you. Either way, there are still some great examples of each type available online so I hope I can show you a wide and varied selection today.
Hopefully the article yesterday will have given you some inspiration as to what looks you want to rock with the pull over hoody so it should make it easier for you to find one that expresses your individuality today. I have split the examples below into true pull over hoodies which have no zip at all and then half open hoodies which may have buttons or zip. I will also try and do high street as well as major brands, so there is something for everyone’s budgets.
So let’s take a look and grab one of these for the winter season.
Sweatshirts with hoods on. These are your typical hoody that you throw on without much thought and know it looks good. As long as yours fits correctly and is a quality example, then this will work in any casual outfit no matter what style you are going for.
As we pointed out in yesterday’s article, the half zip or button up hoodie is a lot more versatile when it comes to producing refined looks and layering options. You can leave them unzipped fully to show off what you are wearing underneath, or you can open them up just enough at the top to show off a statement accessory like a chain, scarf or tie/bow tie.
Below showcases quite a few options for half zip hoodies this year – thin and plain colour hoodies would be my ideal for layering as they will not add bulk and it means you can really go bold with your surrounding items. However there are some statement hoodies below as well that could be a focal point. Pick your own favourites…
What I have noticed is that there is nowhere near the variety of pull over hoodies in comparison to zip through versions. Looking through multiple websites today (probably around 7 sites total) it was really hard to find a collection that didn’t all look pretty similar and have the same “logo branded” vibe. Don’t get me wrong, there are some good versions above, but I really like to use my hoodies for layering and not on there own as a means to an end. Each to their own though, so let me know in the comments what you think about the subject.
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