Men’s Hoodies and Jackets for Spring 2020

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Spring has been here for a few weeks and the weather is slowly warming up. Despite the necessary six-week shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some states will soon reopen businesses. New York City in a few weeks will attempt to resume operations for manufacturing and construction companies.

With the month of May just around the corner, it still cool outside, and consumers with need a good spring jacket or hoodie. Jackets are great for layering when taking a walk outside or when you return to work, while hoodies are great for those working from home. Fashion Reverie has curated some great spring jackets and hoodies for our dedicated male viewers.

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Balenciaga Eiffel Tower Print Hoodie $1020

It might be a while before anyone can visit the Eiffel Tower if you aren’t in Paris, but you can wear your travel inspirations on your sleeve. Balenciaga has created an homage to its home city of Paris with this Eiffel Tower print hoodie. Viva la France!

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Deus Ex Machina Men’s Banzai Tie-Dye Pullover Hoodie $108

Let tie-dye fashion take you back to a time of freedom and harmony, the 1960s. The kangaroo pocket on the hoodie can also make for good quick access to your cell phone or keys. The surf- inspired inspiration also makes for a laid-back feel for those West Coast cool cats.

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Palm Angels Butterfly Patch Hoodie $995

Palm Angels designer Francesco Ragazzi has created some of the most in-demand hoodies for the urban streetwear chic consumer. This butterfly patch hoodie with tie-dye sleeves is a look fitting for the LA skate scene. The skate parks might not be open yet, but this hoodie will make for unique work from home attire.

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PRPS Cherub Stamp Graphic Pullover Hoodie $148

Cupid’s bow has loaned it stamp to this PRPS hoodie, quite literally. This hoodie would be great for virtual date night or that zoom party for your friend’s birthday.

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Polo Saranac Color Blocked Windbreaker $118

One great way to keep sane for those of us still quarantined is to get some outdoor exercise. For those windy days on a jog, this color-blocked windbreaker from Polo Ralph Lauren will come in handy. Spring is the time to start bringing more color back into your wardrobe after months of dark coats and boots.

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Ksubi Sign of the Times Oh G Borg Faux Shearling Denim Jacket $210

This oversized trucker jacket works well for transitional weather period May is shaping up to have plenty of below 70-degree days. The faux shearling trim on this coat also makes for a luxurious accent.

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Stüssy Navy Check Track Jacket $170

Whether you are running to the bus, sprinting back to work, or running to maintain your health and wellness, do it in style. It’s a plaid, plaid world with this long sleeve rayon-blend jacket from Stüssy.

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Liam Hodges Black Ellesse Edition Fade Jacket $225

Liam Hodes has collaborated with Ellesse for this technical satin jacket. If you want an investment piece, collaboration pieces are always a good place to start, as these garments are more likely to hold onto their value. The logo bonding in orange and purple almost has an LA Lakers vibe to it for the basketball fans.

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Rick Owens Bauhaus Bomber Jacket $1840

For those who still prefer neutral colors for spring, consider this Rick Owens jacket. It’s an approachable mahogany color that is still sure to get you some attention. Neutrals can be exciting, too.

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The Elder Statesmen Whirlwind Tie-Dyed Denim Jacket $600

This blue denim jacket was tie-dyed by hand in Los Angeles. Its bohemian chic aesthetic is just what needed to lift spirits. It’s also a more colorful take on the standard denim jacket.

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