Stuck Together Clothes Crimes: Blazer with attached hoodie

It’s hard to imagine ever wanting to wear a blazer without a hoodie underneath, isn’t it? Or, indeed, to wear a hoodie without a blazer?

What do you mean “no”? If you can imagine wearing one of these items without the other, then that would mean this garment, which consists of the two items stuck together would be, if not altogether useless, then at least rather inconvenient. And who wants inconvenient clothes, pray tell?

Is it you? If it is, you can click here to buy this for £54.99.

7 Comments

  • January 6, 2011

    Aleutie

    It’s convinient, it’s convinient! “It gives you sophistication of a layered look without adding a bulk” – I am citing american “What not to wear” people here. And they are right in this case. Imagine hoodie’s sleeves inside jacket’s sleeves – that would be mighty incomfortable.

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    • January 6, 2011

      Amee

      But why would you wear a blazer, which is usually worn in a professional setting, with a hoodie underneath? Adding bulk or not, the idea seems a bit nonsensical..

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  • January 6, 2011

    charles

    It’s too bad because the blazer itself doesn’t look too bad at all.

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  • January 6, 2011

    Mair

    I actually kind of like this look. Maybe not that particular hoodie since it looks like you threw a blazer on over it and headed off to work after a morning jog without changing. I’d wear something like this. But buying the two items stuck together is definitely a no.

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  • January 10, 2011

    ML

    I used to wear a blazer with a hoodie under it all the time………… when I was 15.

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  • […] I was 14 I was the proud owner of one of these hooded […]

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  • December 8, 2011

    Creme & Co Office Wear

    A blazer and a hoodie… stuck together… just doesn’t make sense? Or perhaps it makes sense… bad fashion sense.

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