I know that much of the rest of the world has moved on from soft to hard clothes, but the fact that I’ve been ill and homebound for most of the past two weeks has me thinking of comfort first. All I want to wear are sweatshirts right now, and the good news is that there are so many of them out there out there to choose from, starting with this luxe velour hoodie.
I like the shape here, and especially the tapered arms.
A cute pink specimen (it also comes in a few other colors) with a generous split neckline.
The terry texture here is so good, as is the slouchy silhouette.
A shibori-type print in purple and grey: kind of weird, but it works.
This quilted mock-neck sweatshirt would add texture to a layered look.
This patchwork number has a fun, quilt-y quality.
I don’t typically go for lace-up tops—they often feel cheap to me. But this sweatshirt feels sporty and right up my alley.
A short-sleeved, funnel neck version that looks appealingly sculptural.
And why not an oversized houndstooth print?
A subtle camo print with a nice, loose neckline.
This turtleneck comes in several good solid colors, but I’m partial to this striped iteration.
A V-neck sweatshirt nice enough to easily sub in for a sweater.
And finally: the poppy hue of this contrast collar sweatshirt is just a delight.