Man Fashion: Men’s hoody trends for 2011

12:08 AM Contributed by JW


Men's hoody is one trend that never seems to go out of fashion; it may evolve slightly over the seasons but still always appears as a staple item in almost every guy’s wardrobe.

Men’s hoodies are the perfect piece for layering over other items when it starts to get a little colder, especially when they offer both comfort and style.

There are an assortment of styles of hoody available, many come in a variety of colours, some come with zips and others come with pockets.

Men’s hoodies really took off in the 70’s, which was when the hip-hop culture first appeared on the scene. High-end designers embraced the hoody and glamourised the garment in order to attract a wider audience. The hoody is no longer something that is simply worn to the gym or pulled over a tee when the weather gets a little colder; it’s now an item that can be worn on a night out or to a lunch date.

In fact the hoodies on the fashion scene today appear as popular as other must-have wardrobe staples such as jeans and tees. With so many styles available there is a hoody to suit all personalities and all occasions.

Many of the hoodies available on the market today also come in an assortment of different fabrics; the lighter fabrics are generally worn in the evening in order to create a look that is a little dressier, whilst the heavier styles are more suited to colder days or for activities such as winter sports.

The online fashion site Joe Browns has a variety of on trend cool hoodies with styles ranging from the surfer-esque Indy star to softer looks and zip through sweats. Any one of the current styles featured on the site look great teamed with either high fashion skinny jeans or casual trousers.


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