Style Pick of the Week: Relwen Shawl Collar Sweater – Spring’s Best Laidback Sweater

Best sweatshirt for men.

If you’re anything like me, perhaps you enjoy swerving ever-so-slightly from the norm, even when it comes to normally more laidback style scenarios. After all, spring style essentials are always the right way to go, and it’s all the better if you switch things up a bit when you least expect. Take the lineup at Huckberry, for instance. It’s full of distinct changes of pace — for instance, when you might be tempted to reach for a more casual athletic logo sweatshirt, reach instead for the Relwen Shawl Collar Sweater. The change is simple, really: Any time you might wear a crewneck sweatshirt, swap that out for one of the best men’s sweatshirts while retaining that air of casually rugged appeal.

Best casual sweatshirt for men.

The Relwen Shawl Collar Sweater is a Huckberry Bestseller for a reason, and part of an entire lineup of classically inspired yet modern gear from Ohio-based Relwen. The brand takes basics like the chino or the quarter-zip sweater, reinterprets them with modern fabric, then injects them with an air of cool, unique style.

Case in point, of course, is the Relwen Shawl Collar Sweater. The French Terry fabric blend is soft and pliable, and plenty ready to layer over other spring style essentials, be it a rugged chambray shirt or your favorite henley. The shawl collar frames the face, while the unique button placket on the Relwen Shawl Collar Sweater is a nice style swerve from, again, the more traditional crewneck sweatshirt.

Best of all, you can wear the Relwen Shawl Collar Sweater in all the same ways as you’d wear that crewneck sweatshirt, and then some: Try it at the office with stretch chinos or on the weekends with tapered joggers. Just make sure you pick one up in good time for the rest of the spring season. Happy shopping, folks.


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