First of all, don’t wear hoodies on special occasions. Hoodies are for comfort, casual situations and maybe the occasional night out. Avoid them on job interviews, first dates, court appearances, meeting parents, Thanksgiving, holiday work parties, funerals, and definitely don’t wear hoodies to formal occasions.
Didn’t you get enough use out of it on the couch? Put on a shirt with a collar. Sit up. And spit out that gum.
Don’t wear a zipper hoodie without a shirt underneath. At least not out of the house. It’s not comfortable, and the zipper is cold. It’s not sexy, it looks try-hard. A hoodie is meant to go over a shirt. At least a tank top, c’mon. What are you doing.
Don’t wear a sleeveless hoodie. I’m not sure who invented these strange garments, but they make no sense. They’re like the mullet of activewear. A hoodie with shorts? We can let that go. A hoodie with no sleeves? That’s a no-go.
Don’t wear a ridiculous all-over print. These days you can get anything printed all over. But just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. The novelty will wear off on the first wear. Don’t get me wrong, all-over prints can be cool. But not these.
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