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Closetgram: My Baja Hoodie

Closetgram Baja Hoodie

When in Rome...

A trip to the West Coast gave me inspiration to break out some casual styles, and something I don't often have the chance to wear is my Baja hoodie. The 1970s surf culture on the West Coast brought these traditional Mexican shirts across the border and into American beachwear, and now the Baja hoodie is a signal for chillaxin' and daydreaming. Made from a variety of materials, and always with patterns and colors that mimic traditional Mexican blankets or serapes, it's perfect for those cool nights on the beach, or just as a lightweight extra layer. Think of it as a way to set yourself apart from the norm-core crowd, instead of wearing that same ol' sweatshirt.

Share your favorite wardrobe staple: Use the hashtag #Closetgram on Instagram, and tag Michael Cook at @mjcook419 and @outmagazine

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