This is the part of the year when stores are starting to fill with puffer coats and slouchy beanies. Sweatshirts, a new breed of highly fashionable statement separates have had an opulent update for fall. They speak, scream and depict your favourite animated films. These bold pieces add interest to your last fall outfits and easily transition into spring because slogans and graphic prints is a trend that is taking off for another season.
Best designer sweatshirts
Riccardo Tisci should be proud. There is so much buzz about the Givenchy Bambi sweatshirt we have seen on Fall 2013 runway. From Anna dello Russo to Lily Collins, celebrities have gone crazy over it and are wearing it everywhere! The Givenchy neoprene Bambi and Female Form design comes in three different styles. You can choose from the sweatshirt to the short sleeves, and the muscle tee. The oversized stretch sweatshirt proves to be the favourite. Although it costs $1,375, it is already sold out everywhere.
Another high-fashion choice is Alexander Wang’s sweatshirt featuring the ‘Parental Advisory’ logo graphic. The “It” piece of the season comes from Wang’s Spring 2014 collection and costs almost $1000. The fashion-forward sweatshirt created a stir after it was seen on Rihanna just a few days after its runway debut. RiRi wore the marshmallow pink version making a kind of tongue-in-cheek statement.
Slogans and graphic prints on everything from tees and sweatshirts to bomber jackets had their roots in 1990s. If the above designer pieces are out of your reach, scroll down for some awesome low-budget options.
Cheap print sweatshirts for women
|ZLYC Coconut Palm Print Casual Sweatshirt for Women||Romwe Women’s The Tree Of Life Standing Under Sky Sweatshirt|