So the Summer is officially here. Sort of. But while we all bask ourselves in the glorious sunshine, it's easy to forget that the sun slowly disappears and will more than likely leave you fumbling for a sweater or the nearest source of warmth which, now that you have turned off your heating, is a hairdryer.
This may not be the case for everybody, but why not spare yourself the embarrassment of having to warm yourself up using household goods and instead invest in a new Spring Summer 16' Sweatshirt?
With most brands offering some form of sweatshirt this Summer, there is a fair selection so we have decided to help you make a decision by giving you some inspiration in this here blog.
First up is The Carhartt Holbrook LT Sweater Ash Heather which is constructed in a 85/15% Cotton/Polyester , 8.2 oz fabric. It is unbrushed so will soften with wear. It has a raglan construction and Yankee sized Carhartt label on bottom hem. This is perfect for teaming with any outfit and will last you through most seasons.
If you are familliar with the Brixton brand then The Brixton Soto Crew Neck Sweatshirt is a perfct example of what they do best. An understated chest and back print on a 250-gram 60% cotton/40% polyester standard crew-neck pullover fleece featuring raglan sleeves meaning extra comfort!
Parra have grown a reputation for their bold prints and colours. The Parra Depending Hooded Sweat is a overhead draw cord hooded sweatshirt with front pockets and By Parra printed sleeve detailing with a By Parra logo on the chest. Its super handy for cooler nights and windy days.
With a rich heritage in outdoor clothing manufacturing who better than Penfield to rely on to provide a clean design and highest quality. The Penfield Peaks Crew Sweatshirt has a classic crew neck construction and is made from soft cotton brushback fleece, ideal for layering in the colder spring months or throwing over a t shirt on cool summer evenings. The sweater features a contrasting mountain graphic print and the rib cuffs and hem ensure a comfortable fit.