Grown ups too old for hoodies
ADULTS are too old to wear a hoodie in public once they hit 27.
And almost a quarter do not think any grown-up should be seen in one, says new research.
It would rule out stars such as 007 actor Daniel Craig.
Although millions of Brits wear them, there seems to be a growing intolerance of hoodies.
About one in five of those aged 18-24 already feel too old to wear one, said the survey by fashion website stylecompare.co.uk.
This rises to 51% of the over-55s.
Jonny Challenger, founder of Style Compare, said: “Hoodies are often used to portray adults dressing younger than they should.
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