The Pullover Hoodie is a staple that should be in every man’s wardrobe. With winter vast approaching, the pullover hoodie is something to strongly consider RIGHT NOW.
I strongly suggest picking up a basic grey, blue or black hoodie because they go with just about everything. If you plan on picking up a Pullover Hoodie to brave the harshest of conditions this winter season, I urge you to pick up one from Reigning Champ. Reigning Champ continues to be known as one of the best fleece company’s in the market. In 2007 designer Craig Atkinson founded Reigning Champ, a brand dedicated to perfecting every guy’s favorite go-to: fleece. Handmade in downtown Vancouver, their Pullover Hoodies will make you rethink how good sweats can be.
Above are great examples of how to wear the Pullover Hoodie by none other than the Beastie Boys. The Pullover Hoodie is a very versatile piece that can be worn alone or paired with your favorite jacket and denim/chinos. Not only does it make a great layering piece, but for those seeking warmth and bracing for the crippling solitude of yet another cuffing season spent alone, the pullover hoodie is the ANSWER.
Leaving the Heat of Summer behind and embracing the Fall Cool. This is The Transition.
The Long Shirt is having it’s moment thanks to the internet.
Whether it be online, on the streets or on your favorite blogger’s blog, Long Shirts are popping up more and more, and rightfully so because if worn correctly, the Long Shirt can be your go-to piece this Fall/Winter.
What I like about the long shirt is that it adds another dimension to your wardrobe. I’ve always liked this pic of Daiki up top and how he wears the long shirt underneath a shorter jacket. Proportions are key here and no one does the long shirt better right now than Engineered Garments in my humble opinion.
Each of these guys pictured up above are great examples/references of how to wear a long shirt. And who knows, if you buy this long shirt from Engineered Garments, you too can finesse your way into being photographed by Tommy Ton.