PULLOVER, SWEATER AND SWEATER: ARE THEY THE SAME THING?
Let's explore, therefore, what are the distinctive characteristics of pullovers, sweaters and sweaters, to help you understand which garment is best suited to you.
1. WHAT IS A JUMPER?
The pullover It has no front openings, so it must be pulled over the head rather than being able to be unbuttoned or opened with a zipper.
Generally the sweaters are made in work, cotton, synthetic fibers or sometimes it can be multiple fabric combinations in one.
And sleeveless pullover in wool or knit – what English speakers call a slipover – for us it is simply a sweater or a “pullover vest”.
Pullovers can be worn over a shirt or T-shirt for a dressy or casual look.
2. WHAT IS A SHIRT?
The sweater it is an item of clothing with long or short sleeves that covers the torso and arms.
The shirts can be made in different fabrics such as cotton, work, silk and synthetics.
The shirts can have different necklines such as V, round or bateau.
3. WHAT IS A SWEATER?
The Sweater it is a knitted garment that covers the torso and arms. Sweaters are always made with knitted fabrics, wool, cashmere or synthetic and available in various models based on necklines, waistlines, sleeve lengths.
Sweaters are the heaviest and warmest clothing items of the three, ideal for keeping you warm during the winter months.
The sweaters can be of the cardigan type, that is, with an opening on the front that can be closed with buttons or a zip, or pullover.