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Winter is almost upon us, and perhaps some of us have already started reassembling our wardrobe for the season. To help you get started, we have even discussed essential winter wardrobe staples every man must consider.

Today, we will be talking about one essential item from that list, which is “Hoodie.”

Hoodie plays an important role in completing your winter collection. Not only because it is warm and cozy but also because of the fact that it keeps our ears protected from the cold breezes of the season.

Hoodie has a long history of being the style icon of the rebellious teens. However, with the passage of time, the perceptive surrounding the garment has significantly changed. Perhaps, it is because of the sartorial tweaks that have been made on it over the years.

Now, hoodies are worn not only by the teens but also by men in their 40’s and even 50’s. Read on to know more about the types of hoodies and how to wear it.

Types of Hoodies

Hoodies come in a variety of styles. To learn what style would suit you or the occasion, it is best to know a bit about each type.

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Zip-Up Hoodie

Let’s start with one of the most common or, perhaps, popular type which is the zip-up hoodie. As the name suggests, this type of hoodie comes with an attached zip that extends from the hood and goes all the way to the bottom of the garment.

The zip-up style makes this hoodie an easy-to-wear winter wear. It doesn’t need to be slipped over the head. All you need to do is pick it up, wear it as you do the shirts and zip it up. That’s all.

When it comes to styling, you can not only wear it with the zips up all the time. For a more relaxed look, you can even leave the zippers open. In fact, you can leave the zippers undone to boast the inner layer which could be a shirt or a T-shirt.

Pullover Hoodie

Winter Style Guide – How to Wear a Hoodie?  Another commonly wear ensemble, pullover Hoodie comes with no zip but only strings that are fasten to the Hoodie itself. You only need to tighten them or loosen them up to adjust the Hoodie over your head.

Unlike zip-up Hoodie, this type of garment often comes in loose fitting. It may be great for chill weather but it cannot be worn in most occasions.

Hoodie Outfits You Can Try

Let’s check out the various Hoodie outfits that you can try.

Sporty Zip-Up Hoodie

The sporty zip-up Hoodie, as the name suggest, is a perfect sportswear for the winter. An early jogging or stroll in the park during the cold mornings of winter can be quite uncomfortable unless you have covered your ears and other parts of the body well.

The sporty Hoodie comes with not only zip but also drawstrings so that you can tighten up the Hoodie to let no air in. Moreover, the cotton fabric of the garment would soak the sweat while you are treading.

Leather Bomber Jacket with Hoodie

It is yet another versatile garment that you should give a try. The expandable elastic around the cuffs as well as the bottom of the leather jacket is the ideal thing you would need during the winters. After all, it keeps the breeze from entering inside the jacket.

Moreover, the Hoodie come as a detachable component which means you can have a versatile style with the leather bomber jacket.

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Denim Jacket with Hoodie

If you want a cool and casual look for the winters, while going out on a get together with friends, you may try denim jacket with Hoodie.

You can pair the jacket with a Hoodie in a variety of colors or tones. Plus, you can lock the overall ensemble with a pair of skinny jeans and warm boots.

Style Guidelines for Hoodies

If you want something more comfortable and loose, go with a pullover style
If you want a fitted garment, go with a zip-up style
For stylish looks and feels, try pairing up with garment with a denim ensemble
Try opting for a cotton fabric Hoodie as it offers longevity

Types of  SWEATER

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Cardigan Sweaters

It’s said that the cardigan sweater owes its name to James Brudenell, the 7th Earl of Cardigan, a 19th century British general known to fuss over the appearance of his hair. To prevent his locks from being ruffled by a pullover sweater, the Earl added buttons to his sweater so that it never had to go over the head in the first place.

You can thank this Earl’s vanity for the rich variety of cardigan sweaters that exist today. There’s the simple, long-sleeve, button-front cardigan you may throw over a t-shirt or fitted blouse. And then there are cardigans that dispense with buttons entirely. Open cardigans, also called open sweaters, are cut longer and looser, and meant to be worn open over your first layer of clothing for a slouchy, laid-back look. Wrap cardigans are cut in a similar fashion but feature a bathrobe-like wrap or belt that can be used to cinch the garment closed.

Another distinct design feature among cardigans is the shawl collar, which can appear on button-front and open cardigans alike. The shawl collar adds an extra layer of folded-down fabric around the neck area, which provides extra warmth and strikes a rustic look.

Pullover Sweaters

Pullovers represent an enormous category. In fact, any sweater that does not include buttons or hang open can be considered a pullover, but we’ll relegate tunics and turtlenecks to their own special category based on the unique characteristics of those sweater types. To put it in the simplest terms possible, a pullover sweater is a sweater that must be put on by pulling it over your head. Among these non-turtleneck, non-tunic sweaters, two chief points of difference exist: crewneck or V-neck.

Crewneck Sweater

Crewneck sweaters are derived from the sports sweaters worn by athletes in the early 20th century to prevent skin irritation. Today, it’s their more casual, sportier look is what makes them popular among men and women alike. Crewneck sweaters are characterized by a round neckline and no collar, lending it a more relaxed look without going completely casual. They are a great choice for situations where you want to dress up a little bit but are worried about overdressing.

V-Neck Sweater

The shape of a V-neck makes it a bit more formal in contrast to its crewneck cousin and lends itself to being layered over a collared shirt or fitted blouse. You can dress up your women’s v-neck sweater by pairing it with a sharp tie or sport coat for more professional occasions or leave the collar alone for a polished but less formal look. Always make sure you tuck in the shirt you wear underneath it though!


The tunic is a tricky garment of clothing to define. Unlike the other categories that appear on this list, tunics are not always sweaters. In fact, you may be just as likely to see a tunic worn as a shirt as you are to see a tunic worn as a sweater. The key distinguishing point for a tunic versus other sweaters is its shape. Rather than falling to a fitted hemline, tunics will be more loosely cut, hang slightly lower on the body and flare out at the hem rather than taper. Many other types of sweaters can be defined as a tunic, depending on the sweater’s cut and drape. Most tunics are pullovers; some tunics feature a V-neck or sometimes a mock neck.

Turtleneck Sweaters

Of all these styles, the turtleneck is likely the easiest to define and identify. A sweater can be considered a turtleneck sweater only if it meets the following criteria: the sweater features a high collar that folds down over itself and completely covers the neck. The turtleneck also goes by several other names, including the roll-neck or the polo neck. Turtlenecks may be confused with mock neck sweaters, but the two are not the same.

Mock Turtleneck Sweater

While a traditional turtleneck reaches from the collarbone up to the lower jaw, mock turtleneck sweaters are much shorter and only go up to just below the Adam’s Apple on men. The mock turtleneck lends the illusion of its high-necked sister but is much less constricting. It’s still a cold-weather staple, but it also makes a seamless transition to warmer conditions. Mock turtlenecks provide an alternative for those who love the look but just don’t feel comfortable with the additional fabric gathered around their neck

Quarter-Zip Sweaters

Quarter-zip sweaters are very similar to V-necks in terms of collar shape, but with a zipper that goes about a quarter of the way down the sweater to make it easier to get on and off. This kind of sweater also tends to be thicker and warmer than others and are often worn as outerwear in that warm season between summer and fall. They’re also incredibly versatile and can be dressed up for a night out or down for a family picnic and leaf-jumping outing. Quarter-zip sweaters are also a great option for the office because they look professional while also being super comfortable all day long.

Boyfriend Sweaters

The key aspect of a boyfriend sweater is that it looks like something you might have stolen from your boyfriend’s closet. Any style can fit in this category, really, as long as it’s oversized enough to be extra cozy. All that extra fabric makes for a super comfy outfit while also providing a casual yet chic touch to your look. Boyfriend sweaters are a great option for going from warm sunshine to chilly nights or air-conditioned homes because they can be easily layered over a t-shirt or tank top when you need it and tied around your waist when you don’t.

Sweater Vests

Sweater vests are the odd one out when it comes to sweater types because they don’t have sleeves! They seem to go against the sweater oath of keeping the wearer comfy and warm by leaving your poor arms to fend for themselves but, in all honesty, sweater vests are a must have. Pair your favorite sweater vest with a button down shirt rolled up to the elbows for a professional look for warmer weather or a sleek sport jacket and tie once it gets to get chilly out. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a situation your sweater vest can’t handle!

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