Our adorable Holiday Hooded Ragland button neck hoodies are as soft and comfortable as they are cute.Honestly, these aren’t just for the holidays. The prints are great for when cooler weather seasons hit. They feature a baseball-style sleeve pattern with a solid-colored body and matching elastic sleeve caps in a light but cozy knit. Think layering for warmth - or alone if your kiddo tends to run warm.And that “pom” detail on the hood point?So cute!Unistyling means it’s perfect for all your kingdom’s princes and princesses.
If cold weather had a uniform, the Red and Black Buffalo Check print would be the “it” pattern.It just feels cozy.We paired the print with a solid black fabric on the body and inside hood.The black cuffs help keep in the warmth too.
White snowflakes and leaping reindeer play together on our black fabric hoodie.The body and inside hood are solid black knit and we finish it off with black cuffs and tip of hoodie top hood “pom” details.Simply irresistible.
Cheery bright green solid body fabric gets a holiday lift with our antique red reindeer, green and blue snowflakes and a whole lot of whimsey.The green knit cuffs and “pom” detail on the hood point just add to the cuteness.
Your little elf will look adorable in our Red Nordic Hooded Raglan print.The red is a softer, antique heathered color.The print on this colorway is has the red reindeer along with the blue and green snowflakes.Don’t forget that we’ve added the red fabric on the inside hood and topped it off with a red “pom” detail.
Why You’ll Love it
Solid body with raglan contrast hood and arms make it so easy to give him a festive look in a snap
Pullover styling is made easier with the 3-button placket
"Pom" detail on the hood top point is a cute fun detail that matches the body fabric color
Kangaroo front pocket
Knit cuffs match the body color and help keep warmth in while looking good
Cute for your Prince... and Princess!
The Pom detail on this hoodie isn’t the usual ball-type but had us wondering.Why (aside from it being a cute fashion detail) do hats have pom poms?Thanks to the internet of things, we know!The functional origin is like a cat’s whiskers.It helped sailors in cramped quarters know how far they were from the ceiling so they wouldn’t bump their heads.Color was also used to identify a soldier’s company in Napoleon’s infantry.That’s just a few applications.Pom Pom history is surprisingly extensive as a worldwide adornment.Who would have guessed?