5 Of The Cosiest Hoodies For Your Never-Leaving-The-House Needs

Ever since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forced all of us indoors for an indefinite period of time, we’re sure comfy clothes have become your new best friend—including and not limited to hooded sweaters (AKA ‘hoodies’).

If you’re not the kind of person for tracksuit pants and a hoodie, however, and prefer to wear everyday clothes instead (even if you won’t be leaving your home all day) that’s fine, too—but also, who are you and what is your secret?

If you’re looking to ~elevate~ your hoodie game, scroll down for five of our picks that’ll last a lifetime in your wardrobe.


‘Erin’ hoodie by A.P.C., originally $297 but currently on sale for $240 at Farfetch.

A.P.C. is the modern cornerstone for premium French basics, so it’s no surprise their hoodies are excellent, too. We also can’t help but stan the musky-pink colour of this style.

Isabel Marant Étoile

Cotton-blend woolen sweatshirt by Isabel Marant Étoile, originally $345 but currently on sale for $207 at MATCHESFASHION.COM.

Another master of French basics, this Isabel Marant Étoile hoodie is embossed with the designer’s unique logo, which has become a fixture of many of her classicand eternally-wearable garments.

Maggie Marilyn

’01’ hoodie by Maggie Marilyn, $221 at Maggie Marilyn.

As if New Zealand designer Maggie Marilyn‘s clothes weren’t timeless and wearable enough, her focus on sustainability makes the pie taste even sweeter. Naturally, her ’01’ hoodie is something you’ll own forever.


‘Tanner’ classic hoodie by Reformation, $126 at Reformation

As with Maggie Marilyn, Reformation doesn’t just treat ‘sustainability’ as a buzzword, and is genuinely dedicated to making wear-for-life clothes (yes, including chic hoodies) that also keep the environment in mind.


Cotton oversized knit hoodie by Bassike, $395 at Bassike.

For those after something slightly more unconventional, Sydney-based premium basics brand Bassike’s drawstring-bottom cotton hoodie is heavenly for slouching around the house.

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