Sweatshirts will continue to be a wardrobe staple in 2024, and we will see them worn in chic ways other than working out. There are numerous ways to wear a sweatshirt, including leisurewear, such as leggings, joggers, and sweatpants. You can also dress up a sweatshirt with jeans, wide-leg trousers, leather pants, a midi skirt, or under a blazer for a business casual look.
Even if you work from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day of the week, you can find many occasions to wear a classic sweatshirt. Don't believe us? Multiversity has you covered. Continue reading to find out how.
Pairing With Bottoms
When it comes to bottoms, you can never go wrong with denim. Jeans are always a good choice, regardless of the fit. Denim complements the oversized sweatshirt while emphasizing your figure. Pair with ripped or acid-washed jeans to add texture. OR Wear joggers to stay comfortable. Choose slimmer-fitting sweatpants tapered at the ankles to be comfortable from head to toe.
To Top It Off
Wear an oversized sweatshirt with a jacket for a street-chic look. Allow the waistband to peek out from beneath the jacket for a splash of color. Combine this with a stylish haircut and new kicks for a standout look. AND Pair your clothes with nice high-tops for a streetwear look. This will give you B-Boy vibes while you go about your day.
Dressing With Layers
Choose a plain, crew neck sweatshirt for a simple look. This is ideal for walking around town or getting some work done. Wear simple graphics and badging for a more laid-back look.
To add interest, layer a button-down underneath your sweatshirt. The collar will hang over the top of the sweatshirt, and you can let the bottom of your shirt poke out or roll the cuff of the shirt over the cuff of your sweatshirt to add texture and color. This classic casual look allows you to be as bold or as simple as you want with your choices.
Monotone sweaters complement multi-colored button-downs. This is an excellent way to obtain variety.
For A Business-Casual Look
Layer a tee underneath and a blazer on top. Put on a white T-shirt that is slightly longer than your sweatshirt. After that, put on your sweatshirt. Finally, layer a blazer over your sweatshirt for a more polished look.
This is a great option if you need a winter outfit for work on a casual Friday.
Dyed Oversized Sweatshirts
Baggy Sweatshirts are always both cozy and fashionable. They are enjoyable to wear and style; you can dress them up with an embellished or simple belt to add a finishing touch. You can also wear oversized sweatshirts with skinny jeans and flats to look professional.
Sweatshirts And Wide-Leg Pants
Wide-leg jeans or pants look great with fitted sweatshirts, especially for business. Wear all pastel outfits or pair a dark sweatshirt or pullover with wide-leg jeans. To finish, tie your hair up with a pretty scrunchie and wear huggy earrings.
Theorem Of The Pleated Skirt
If you're looking for tennis outfits, look no further because this outfit will have you covered. As lovely as this outfit is, you can get creative by wearing it with knee-length socks or boots.
Flared Jeans For The Win
Did someone say flared and ripped jeans? Because I'd love to dress that up. Ripped jeans or pants are ideal for a casual day out, grocery shopping, or running errands. They're trendy and will go with your bright sweatshirts and shoes. Flared jeans are ideal for the workplace.
These chic sweatshirt outfit ideas will show you how to take this wardrobe staple beyond working out. If you need more sweatshirts (you likely do), check out Multiversity's sweatshirt collection!