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Every woman needs a couple of sweatshirts in their closet! We have some really cool sweatshirts at Empress Wear to bring you warmth during the cool seasons. No longer just an athletic wear, the sweatshirt will provide you with great comfort and fashion sense. We have great designs from online stores such as Guess, TbDress, Rocawear and Shoptiques. 


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Did you know that the sweatshirt was developed by using women's underwear as football shirts? Benjamin Russell, owner of a factory that produced women's and children's undergarments. 

Sweatshirts are usually long-sleeved and collarless. They provide warmth by inducing a sweat, which gets absorbed by the soft fabrics. This makes it great for sports. Now, sweatshirts can be "sported" for its style, fashion statements, and plain coolness! So, whether for sport, play, school or will love our display of really neat sweatshirts. 

Feel free to break a will surely absorb everyone's attention when you shop our collection of sweatshirts at Empress Wear. 

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