Sweatshirts and Hoodies

No, I can't believe I'm writing about hoodies either, but it's cold at work! I need a warm, washable layer. I want something around my neck, and I want something on my head that will still work with monster headphones. Most of all, I neither want it to look like there should be a college logo anywhere on it nor an emo kid in it.Top: cowl neck sweatshirt, Newport News $39
contrast trim sweatshirt, Urban Outfitters $48
mustard button hoodie, Anthropologie $118
Middle: ruffle hoodie, Nordstrom $58
navy military hoodie, Delia's $49.50
zipper sweatshirt, Urban Outfitters $68
Bottom: dark grey hoodie, Anthropologie $78
brown funnel neck hoodie, Mod Cloth $52.99
long grey button hoodie, Bloomingdale's $68


Laura Trevey said…
I love hoodies and sweatshirts, and not the "college logo ones".... the yellow one at the top is beautiful...
LyddieGal said…
I know what you mean - sometimes you just want to be comfy in a hoodie and not look like a lazy bum.

I like the zippy one from urban and the long grey button one from bloomingdales. Both have long sleeves - an essential in my mind for feeling warm and comfortable.
Caitlin said…
Cute! I just go for the thin, solid hoodies if I want to look nice, but usually I go for a cardigan instead. I really like these, though!
Jael Paris said…
What I really love about the long grey one is the sweater detail on the cuffs and pockets. It reminds me of one of my dad's sweaters from the 70s.

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