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creamofthecrop

is there a stylish way to wear a pullover hoodie? because i wanna get this pullover hoodie in purple and teal – both have white/cream drawstrings; but I just don’t know how to wear them in a stylish way. help please :)

posted about 10 years ago
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It’s kind of hard to picture the hoodie…but, I think it’d be best to be simple. Go for skinny black jeans, studded belt, and combat boots for that emo rock look. Or you can wear baggy jeans and sneaks and be a b-girl. Try it out with different shoes…sometimes, that’s what changes the look from ok to spectacular!

posted about 10 years ago
 
elizabethmd
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elizabethmd

I would do skinnies and then maybe a scarf peeking out of the top. I’ve been meaning to test out this look, but it might work. Or with a shorter pencil skirt with flats and a huge tote. Ashley Olsen did this once, and I’m very fond of the look.

posted almost 10 years ago
 
Bellalicious
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Bellalicious

good question! I often wondered this myself : )

posted almost 10 years ago
 
splashofcolour
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splashofcolour

I could imagine a hoodie looking good worn with black skinny jeans, lace up or biker boots and a leather jacket.

posted almost 10 years ago
 
ellie_b
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ellie_b

I’m gonna second, or third.. or whatever, the black skinnies. Black makes almost anything look chic.

I’ve been looking for cropped bright colored sweatshirts lately. The cropped makes me feel less homely in it and then its easy to throw a cute jacket over it. maybe a leather one?….like splashofcolor suggested :)

posted almost 10 years ago
 
splashofcolour
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splashofcolour

I didn’t think of this before making my previous post but a longer slouchy hoodie would probably look good worn with leather trousers and heels or shoeboots.

posted almost 10 years ago
 
Buffy_Leigh
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Buffy_Leigh

black skinnies definitely. i just found out about this icelandic label called e-label and there’s a black hoody i’m dying to get (link it). so that’s how i’m gonna wear it.

posted almost 10 years ago
 
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There’s nothing more stylish than the classic pairing of a pullover hoodie with a denim skirt and Converse. :-) Hope this helps!

posted almost 10 years ago
 
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There’s nothing more stylish than the classic pairing of a pullover hoodie with a denim skirt and Converse. :-) Hope this helps!

posted almost 10 years ago
 
mayieta
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mayieta

I’m sorry to disagree with everyone, but I just don’t think a black pullover hoodie can be chic.
But the beauty of it is that it doesn’t need to be. Oversize pullovers are like the ideal lazy day apparel.

posted almost 10 years ago
 
Bano786
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Bano786

i rock my hoodies with fur vests or little fur/suede shrubs with studds to add that little oomph

posted almost 10 years ago
 
medicineforluck
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medicineforluck

add a blazer to your hoodie! :) It gives a nice casual look

posted almost 10 years ago
 
MeowQuack
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MeowQuack

I think it looks cute with shorts and black leggings under them.

posted almost 10 years ago
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