Betabrand Executive Pinstripe Hoodie

Betabrand Executive Pinstripe Hoodie

If you aspire to look more professional, but don’t want to give up comfort, check out the Betabrand Executive Pinstripe Hoodie. Available in navy or gray, this classed-up hoodie is designed to resemble the quintessential pinstripe suits worn by business titans and Wall Street traders. It isn’t a mere addition of stripes to an otherwise typical hoodie either, as these are actually exquisite garments constructed from premium materials like those used in tailored suites. They are crafted of 100% superfine merino wool and feature a luxurious tie-cloth lining.

Executive Hoodie

After years of experimentation and one enormous bill at our local particle accelerator, the fashion physicists at Betabrand have finally combined business-suit and hoodie molecules at the subatomic level.

The result: our new, limited-edition Navy Executive Pinstripe Hoodie, a revolutionary business-casual (or casual-business, if you prefer) breakthrough, made right here in San Francisco.

Betabrand Executive Pinstripe Hoodie

This garment is crafted from 100% superfine merino wool, the same exquisite fabric found in fancy-schmancy tailored suits. So exquisite, in fact, the Spanish used to execute anyone who tried to export it. Thank goodness they eventually lightened up.

In addition to that wonderful wool, our hoodie features luxurious tie-cloth lining, comfy ribbed cotton cuffs, and a pair of roomy front pockets.

Order the Executive Pinstripe Hoodie in Navy or Gray for $168 at Expensive for a hoodie for sure, but actually relatively cheap for a 100% merino wool executive jacket.

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About Ryan Cooper

Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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