10 Sweet Sweats To Wear All Winter

Above: 10 sweet sweats that you'll want to wear this winter
Above: 10 sweet sweats that you'll want to wear this winter

There’s no better feeling than relaxing at home and wearing comfortable sweats while binge watching all four seasons of Game of Thrones. In our opinion, one can never have enough sweat clothes in their closet; whether you’re hanging at the crib or donning them for a more practical use, such as hitting the gym. We sourced 10 stylish and, most importantly, comfortable sweats you’ll want to wear 24/7 during winter.

1. Perfect Panels

Not all sweat shirts are created equal and this two-tone piece from J.Crew is in a class of its own. It’s much cooler than what we’ve seen in the stores; made from two different pieces of fabric, it has a casual yet stylish design that can be worn with sweatpants or jeans. J.Crew Two-Tone Slubbed Cotton Sweatshirt, $75 USD.

2. Outerwear For The Brave

Nike’s Tech Varsity jacket combines athletic comfort with modern day style with its streamlined design; the fleece composition give wearers’ a comfortable feel, as well as retains heat, while the black collar and sleeves creates a stylish day look. Nike Tech Varsity 3mm Jacket, $175.

3. Simple To A Tee

You can never have enough t-shirts and this Fred Perry tee, made from 100 percent cotton, will make for another practical addition to your shirt pile. Fred Perry Men’s Solid Crew T-Shirt, $45.

4. 80s Throwback

Remember when Club Monaco used to specialize in sweats back in the day? We do. Seeing the company’s modern day interpretation of its 1980s Heritage Sweatshirt brings back a lot of childhood memories. Club Monaco Heritage Sweatshirt, $89.50.

5. Hooded

Are you ready to hit the boxing ring? When Old Navy designed this hoodie they must have been playing the Rocky soundtrack in the background. The built in faux leather hood, full front zip and lightweight jersey composition makes us want to practice our punches in a frozen meat locker and run up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Old Navy Men’s Old Navy Active Hooded Jackets, $44.94.

6. Blurred Lines

This heather grey tee from Forever 21 had Robin Thicke’s summer hit “Blurred Lines” playing in our heads. Can you guess why? Forever 21 Favorite Geo Tee, $15.80.

7. Trimmed Out

We like a good pair of jogging pants and the J.Crew and Wallace & Barnes collaboration gives us exactly what we asked for. The Exeter is a heavy duty, light weight sweatpants made from 100 percent grey cotton-fleece. It is trimmed with navy and created in a slim fitting design; ideal to wear when you chilling with your crew or when you have to complete a few errands around town. J.Crew Wallace & Barnes Exeter Cotton-Fleece Sweatpants, $115 USD.

8. Block It

Australian men’s fashion brand Zanerobe takes the traditional, relaxed-style track pants and turns it around with a funky and fresh twist; a colour block design with tapered legs. Zanerobe Dropshot Track Pants, $155.88.

9. Ribs

It may not be bike riding weather but these motorcycle-inspired track pants from Zara could change your mind. Made from a cotton-polyester blend, from afar these look like track pants but up close you’ll see ribbed detailing at the knee, metal zippers and patch-work seams throughout. Also available in black. Zara Biker Trousers, $59.90.

10. Staple Shorts

No matter the time, place or season you’ll always need a pair of fleece shorts in your closet. Joe Fresh Men’s Fleece Short, $16.

Kimberly Lyn

Kimberly Lyn is a freelance writer based in Toronto. Her worked has appeared on StyleList Canada, 29 Secrets and GlobalNews.ca. She is also founder of the highly successful fashion blog The Souls of My Shoes, where she provides insights and thoughts on this world with a concentration on footwear. Find her at www.thesoulsofmyshoes.com and on Twitter @kimberly_lyn.

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