In case you’ve ever wondered if I’m one of those work-at-home types who lounges about in sweats all day, or the kind who gets dressed to the nines just to toil on the laptop at her kitchen table, the answer is that I fall somewhere in between those two extremes. I get dressed—usually pretty casually—and put on makeup daily, even if I’m not scheduled to see anyone, because it helps me sit down and get motivated to write. But now that sweatshirts are getting so snappy, I feel like maybe that should be my new uniform, and that I could even get away with wearing one to, say, a lunch date without looking like I’ve given up entirely. Like this tie-dye number, for example, which is on the pricier side, but because the print is so sophisticated—especially for tie-dye—I think it might be worth it.
I’m a fan of the neckline here, as well as the subtle colorblock situation.
The puff sleeves here are a lively and feminine touch.
I like the drop shoulders and overall slouchy vibe here.
The idea of a V-neck sweatshirt appeals, and feels a little more polished somehow.
This black on black leopard print specimen is pretty nicely priced.
I think this zip-neck sweatshirt has a certain Euro-chic allure.
This twist front option is a good choice for those of us looking to camouflage a little stomach pooch.
The star print here is just desperately cute, and I may have to go for it.
I wouldn’t typically go in for something like a sweatshirt with a heart on it—too cute—but this one is so excellently graphic that I just might.
I can’t tell if this is pale, pale lavender or kind of a blush, but I do think it is very nice.
This looks roomy without being bulky, and I like the pops of color.
I like the idea of a raw hem on a sweatshirt—it’s so easy and comfortable.
Just a really stupendous camo print.
There are side zippers on this one, which I think is a cool detail.