A fleece has long since stepped away from being a sporty garment, but is today a garment whose colours and design works well in a stylish everyday outfit. You can wear a fleece in many different ways, where they can both perform their full function as lighter outerwear during cool summer evenings or early autumn days. Until they become a warming mid-layer under a warmer jacket during autumn and winter. Some fleece’s have windproof lining, which makes a versatile garment. Otherwise, fleece is a material that has the best heat retention properties when worn under another windproof layer.
Always remember that no matter how you wear your fleece, it will, in most situations be a very casual garment for casual occasions. If you want to wear your fleece as lightweight outerwear, it can be stylish to wear a knitted turtleneck underneath, and allow the polo shirt’s collar to protrude over the fleece’s collar. Jeans and chinos are ideal trousers to wear, as well as cargo pants. Boots and sneakers are a good choice of footwear. A pair of loafers can be an unexpectedly stylish contrast if they are chosen carefully. As a purely practical garment, the fleece is perfect to wear as a warming layer in a sleeping bag during a camping trip on cold nights. If you have further questions or concerns about the choice or use of fleece’s, we advise you to visit Carl Magazine.