We honestly don’t blame anyone who is obsessed with hoodies and sweatshirts. They are the kind of cloths that once you put on, you will really need a good reason to take them off as they are just way too comfy. The first modern style hoodie is produced by Champion in the 30s, and was marketed to people working in freezing temperatures. The hoodie trend really took off in the 70s with the growing of Hip Hop culture, and in the 90s, it is already a statement outfit that often associates with young men who are skateboarders, surfers or rappers.
In recent years, the definition of genders is more and more vague. Fashion brands start offering unisex clothes, there are no boundaries and limitation in styling. The history of hoodie and sweatshirt is long enough to intrigue many designers to create their own liking, rip-off detail, embroidered hood, extra long side band or simply a classic logo. One thing that never change is they are still very easy to throw on, and they are not only to protect you from cold weather but to present a style and attitude.