Anine Bing Sweatshirts Are Worth The Money
A great thing about Anine Bing sweatshirts is that they go with everything. Pair them with jeans, leggings, or sweatpants. Wear sneakers or heels. Rock a tank top underneath or go long-sleeved. Throw on a jacket or coat if it's cold outside—and don't forget to accessorize! You can add a scarf or hat for the final touch! The possibilities are endless.
Anine Bing sweatshirts are a great investment because they're long-lasting
But the main reason why Anine Bing sweatshirts are worth their price is that they're long lasting. They're made from high quality materials—the majority of them are made in the U.S.—and that means they're designed to last a long time. The material itself is sturdy. As someone who has owned a wide variety of sweatshirts, I can say with confidence that this one will hold up through many wears and washes.
Anine Bing's website states that the fabric is "made from cotton fibers (that) are spun, woven, and processed all in the USA where we ensure an ethical workplace." It goes on to say, "Our hems and seams are built to last." In my experience with this particular sweatshirt, these words aren't just marketing speak: the construction on my sweatshirt isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
Anine Bing sweatshirts look great dressed up or down
One of the best things about Anine Bing is that its sweatshirts are so versatile! They look just as good dressed up as they do dressed down. For example, you might pair your sweatshirt with jeans and boots or sneakers for a casual street style look. Or you could dress it up by matching it with a skirt and heels for a more sophisticated outfit. But don't go thinking that you can only wear these sweatshirts in the winter—you can rock them all year round! Pair one with leggings and sneakers during an afternoon workout, or wear one with denim shorts and sandals while out on a summer stroll.
Anine Bing sweatshirts are made in L.A.
The brand is also committed to sustainability, which is important when what's deemed "cool" has historically been linked to wastefulness. The cool factor matters because Anine Bing sweatshirts are an essential element of the cool girl's wardrobe. Anine Bing is a Scandinavian designer based in L.A.—she designs clothes that are made for women who have lots of cool-girl friends and do a lot of cool-girl stuff with them (e.g., drink coffee, own a dog, wear sunglasses).
I digress—what I was originally talking about was the fact that Anine Bing sweatshirts are made in Los Angeles by people who work in their factory there. A commitment to both quality and sustainability is increasingly important for brands today, and it's comforting to know that Anine Bing shares those values as well.
Anine Bing's sweatshirts are "the thickest and best quality" out of all the expensive sweatshirts they've tried
The thick, comfy material—and the fact that they're made in L.A.—is part of what makes them so expensive, and worth it.
"They are the thickest and best quality out of all the expensive sweatshirts I've tried," said one reviewer who has tried both Anine Bing and Ganni sweatshirts. The same reviewer had also bought a Champion sweatshirt from Urban Outfitters for $59, but said that it didn't compare to their Anine Bing sweatshirt: "It was thin and uncomfortable."