Ah, the hoodie: the one piece of clothing that stays at the front of the closet whether it's snowing, 90 degrees, or somewhere in-between. I'm not going to tell you to completely skip the bomber purchase this fall, but it's worth considering a splurge on a great hoodie instead—especially when there are so many cozy-but-stylish options this season (see below) that you'll definitely want to wear somewhere besides your couch.
Hoodie, but make it a going-out top. The twist-front and relaxed fit makes it perfect for a casual night on the town.
Fall's calling, and it asked for this gorgeous sherpa hoodie that comes in light grey or pink. Come for the drawstring neck, stay for the insanely cozy sherpa that will keep you warm through the winter.
This cropped Champion hoodie is perfect for the days you want to trick everyone into thinking you're going to the gym. Your response? "No, I'm actually heading to my couch to watch You've Got Mail, thank you very much."
It would be unacceptable to discuss hoodies without including one from the woman who
basically invented them.
When you want to look like a street style star, throw on this tie-dye hoodie with a pair of jeans and booties, as seen on the model here.
Topshop's black half-zip hoodie is acceptable to wear to work if you know how to style it right. Try wearing it tucked into a midi skirt, then watch your co-workers stare in awe at how comfortably chic you look.
Pajama top, but make it a hoodie. You'll want to live in Eberjey's soft cotton hoodie whether you're watching Netflix or running errands. Buy the matching elastic pants if you want to turn it into a full-on "I woke up like this" lewk.
Throwback to the '90s with this classic cropped Adidas hoodie lined in a cozy french terry material.
Dig through the archives and sport this Gucci pullover sweater made in Italy.
It's called "The Perfect Hoodie" for a reason—it's not too tight, not too oversized, and comes in over 20 dreamy colors.
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