This thing is still pretty pricey, even on sale. And, admittedly, the print is a bit trendy, so whether or not I’ll still like it two seasons from now is debatable. All that said, the Indian Pattern Sweatshirt from Heller’s Cafe might very well be my favorite sweat of the year. Designed and crafted in collaboration with the expert jean-makers at Warehouse, the sweat is woven, cut, sewn and printed in Japan (so basically, plan on it lasting longer than, well, you). Details include a v-stitch with contrast fabric at the neck, ribbed cuffs and hem, and a “traditional athletic” fit.
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