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Sweatshirt With Either Denim Or Jogger

Find Ultimate Comfort With Sneakers & Sweatshirt

Slipping into a sweatshirt over your jeans has always been synonymous with the ultimate comfort and casualness. Think back to your high school and college days and we are sure a certain favorite sweatshirt comes to mind which was your go-to for when you were too lazy to bother. (Read: No clean clothes)

Over the last few years however sweatshirts have emerged with a fresh face courtesy celebrity stylists who are making it look cool again. Be it Chris Pratt, David Beckham, Liam Hemsworth, Nick Jonas, Aaron Paul, you name a fashionable celeb and there is a paparazzi shot out there of them wearing a sweatshirt with jeans or joggers with the coolest sneakers to boot.

In today’s day sweatshirts are more than just comfortable staples, they are a statement by themselves. Better-fitted, stylish prints, bolder brand logos, and quirky statements. And no longer does a sweatshirt have to be worn when you’re unwell or playing sports. A stylish one can be worn to a night-out as well.

Here is how you can choose between a baggy or smartly fitted sweatshirt:

     1. Broad Shoulders

  • You can choose either a baggy or fitted one and can afford to experiment with prints, bold colors, big logos and messaging.

     2. Wider torso

  • Go for a fitted sweatshirt over a baggy one to avoid adding visual bulk to your look. Solid colors and smaller logo detailing will work best for you.

     3. Narrow Shoulders

  • Fitted sweatshirts are your best friend and when it comes to colors and prints just go with the flow.

If you’re going for a baggy style pair it with slim or skinny fit denims and casual shoes or lifestyle sneakers. However, if you’re leaning towards a well-fitted sweatshirt pair it with joggers or slim fit denims and complete the look with lifestyle shoes or boots.

And if you’re still looking for a little more inspiration, just hit-up one of the celebs mentioned above and thank us later.

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