Sweatshirts have become my new uniform since I’m not going to work and it’s cold. Here in the Chicagoland area the forecast is going to be negative 1 Fahrenheit for the high and negative 13 for the low. Give me all the sweatshirts I say! Lately I’ve been loving graphic sweatshirts and these are a bunch I’ve rounded up for you all.
1. Pink Lily – Homebody Script Embroidered Heather Grey Sweatshirt | 2. Etsy – Lifeandlemonscompany – Too Peopley Sweatshirt | 3. Fairy Season – Dunkie Junkie Long Sleeve Casual Pullover Hoodie | 4. Wasi Clothing – Soy Delicata Tee | 5. Amazon – une femme libre “A free woman” – Vintage french chic style | 6. Starfit – Limited Pink Bolt Hoodie | 7. Old Navy – Graphic Crew-Neck Sweatshirt | 8. Amazon – Daily Ritual – Women’s Terry Cotton and Modal Long Sleeve Crew Neck Sweatshirt
The “Too Peopley” sweatshirt (number 2) is just so me! And since it’s from an Etsy store, you’re also supporting a small business run by a woman. Also a shout out to my friend, DZ, whose love for Dunkin Donuts is legendary, so I thought the “Dunkie Junkie” (number 3) was a perfect sweatshirt for her.
I’ve also gone multi-lingual. Tee hee. Okay, so Number 4 is technically a t-shirt, but I had to include it because I thought it was so pretty. I also love the saying – “I’m delicate,” in Spanish. I’ve realized I’m a pretty delicate person too – I’d wager a number of people are feeling delicate right now, too. Number 5 is a French saying – “A Free Woman” which I think is perfect for right now. I also like the way the writing is reminiscent of the 1980s.
The last sweatshirt is one I actually borrowed from my sister. Number 8 is from Amazon from one of their home grown brands called Daily Ritual. The price is great. The only thing that might be a deal breaker for some is the way the sides of it are cut. It’s a little loincloth-like, but it is darn comfy! And if you’re sitting at a desk all day, who the heck is going to see the bottom of the sweatshirt anyway?
Let me know if you like sweatshirts to coze around in lately too. If you have any favorites, leave ’em below so we can all benefit from the knowledge.