Whether we like it or not, every magical, fun-filled, sun-soaked summer comes to an end. But fall officially begins in about a month, so it is time to start refreshing your wardrobe accordingly. Given the increase in temperature, summer styles are simple, a great t-shirt, pair of pants, and kicks are pretty much all you need for a killer outfit, especially if you are still trying to nail that work-from-home swagger. But with simplicity comes limitation. One of the most exciting aspects of fall and winter is the variety of layering and style combinations available. And no autumn wardrobe is complete without the king of cosy and layering, the hoodies. Comfort is subjective, but when it comes to clothing, particularly Naruto Hoodie, there are a few fabrics that reign supreme in the comfort department:
- Cotton: It as a dull revelation, but it is true, high-quality cotton is both durable and incredibly comfortable. But not all cotton is created equal. Look for “premium” cotton, which has longer fibres for a softer feel, or combed cotton, which has been treated to remove shorter fibres that fray.
- Fleece: Typically made of polyester and brushed to create that thick, blanket feel, fleece probably already lines the inside of some of your favourite hoodies. We recommend looking for fleece made from recycled polyester, as it is much more environmentally friendly.
- French Terry: A favourite material for comfortable hoodie makers, French terry has fabric loops on one side and piles of yarn on the other, creating that oh-so-soft texture that’s a fixture in the hoodie game. Most probably it is also a type of cotton which makes you more comfortable to wear the dress like Naruto Hoodie.
- Cashmere: A little more expensive, cashmere wool is made from the coats of goats in the Himalayas. And, unlike scratchier wools, cashmere is as soft as it gets. It is, however, a notoriously high-end material, so owning a cashmere hoodie is a major flex.
- Spandex/Lycra/Elastane: Softness is not the only definition of comfort. A hoodie that moves with you can make a huge difference. Some hoodies have a hint of stretchy material for that extra bit of movement. All it takes is a 5% increase. You don’t want a hoodie that leans too far toward sporty. These may be suitable for an outside run, but they will not provide the all-day comfort that a hoodie should.