My sister bought me a Loughborough Nike Hoodie for christmas last year. (I've only just started college)
Its really warm, and its a great hoodie for wearing around the house, or under a coat as an extra layer, but I'd never wear it out in public, as thats just ridiculous when I don't even go to uni yet, let alone Loughborough.
Why make such far-fetched assumptions about people? Conclusions I make when I see someone in a "University Of.." hoodie: They probably go to or have been to X University, They have worn a University hoodie on at least one occasion
Thinking about it, my personal opinion I think most students don't have an alterior motive to wearing it, they just wear it because they bought it and want to get use out of it/it's comfy.
(Original post by rhiam)
i think its annoying when people at school wear fake t-shirts and jumpers from made up (and once real) american universities it must really annoy people who actually went there
I have a Yale Hoodie
I stole it off my boyfriend - His auntie bought it him and he refused to wear it because it was American.
(Original post by MagicNMedicine)
Well it depends what uni they are at.
I would usually go home and look up their university's respective position in the league tables to determine what I think. If they go to a uni that was lower than mine then HA I judge them for wasting taxpayers money going to a second rate uni. If they go to one higher than mine then I hate them for being uni snobs.
My mum wants me to buy her a Lancaster University hoodie, because she's proud of me.
I wear my two (one uni and one college within the uni) because I am proud of my achievement getting into that uni and because I feel a sense of family within the college and within the uni.
And because they're warm! *fetches hoodie and sits all snuggly and warm*