Fear of God ESSENTIALS Hoodie Lookbook
PacSun

The initial FW19 drop of Jerry Lorenzo and Fear of God’s ESSENTIALS line didn’t stick around for long. Luckily, though, PacSun just restocked on the season-ready ESSENTIALS collection, which comprises considerably more accessible pieces than the brand’s mainline output, with a strict focus on fit and fabric quality.

Noted for its use of innovative pigment washes, subtle branding, and well, “essential” silhouettes, the collection’s ethos is subdued, and perfectly suited to those looking to strip things back a little. The restock is selling quickly, so don’t sleep.

Without further ado, scroll through our selection of the best pieces to shop from Fear of God’s ESSENTIALS line below.

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS Logo Shirt

Logo Shirt

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS

$40

Logo Shirt

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS

$40

Never underestimate the usefulness of a good, plain T-shirt. The Logo Shirt above is constructed from a thick, hard-wearing cotton and comes complete with a ribbed crewneck collar. The design’s drop shoulder finish lends it a boxier, more relaxed character.

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS Logo Long Sleeve

Logo Long Sleeve

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS

$50

Much like the T-shirts above, the Logo Long Sleeve features a ribbed crewneck collar and a thick cotton construction. Featuring monochromatic, shoulder-to-shoulder branding over the back, the piece’s unique dye lends the otherwise basic color a certain depth.

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS Logo Hoodie

Logo Hoodie

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS

$90

Logo Hoodie

Fear Of God ESSENTIALS

$90

With the colder months rolling in, getting yourself a solid hoodie is a wise choice. Fear of God’s take on the silhouette makes full use of a pullover finish, with a kangaroo pocket and contrasting print branding over the chest tying it all together.

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Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor
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