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Tips to glam up your free time

Comfortable, soft and a great alternative to turtle necks. Sweatshirts, so far exclusively used on your day off, have become a chic item that can be sported even on the most elegant of outfits. It has become the out-and-out main item in women’s wardrobes at all times: on weekdays, in the evening, for a drink with friends.

Gucci has reinterpreted it in a shabby chic style under Alessandro Michele’s supervision. The Gucci sweatshirt is made of jersey with mid-length sleeves in viscose and a grey and neoprene effect, webbed laces and blue and red woollen details around the neckline, wrists and lower part. It also comes in a baggy grey soft jersey with embroidered birds, crystals and short sleeves.

Saint Laurent also showcases sweatshirts, a must-have item for a grunge style with a black and white crew neckline in Shetland and Cashmere wool but also in Mohair brown and beige with a leopard pattern to be worn exclusively on low-waisted trousers in light blue stretch denim.

Roberto Cavalli‘s sweatshirt is chic and glamorous, with a casual touch that is suitable for fashionistas and sport addicts alike. A line that combines classic homely colours with trendy animalier prints.

The Alexander McQueen team have created a variety of sweatshirts for the McQ line, from the more classic grey cotton and powder pink with details of printed swifts up until the oversize model with artwork inspired by ancient Egypt. A wealth of contemporary yet sporty items to give you a look that is young without lacking attention to detail, including in your free time!