A sweater or sweatshirt, likewise called a jumper in British and Australian English, is a garment, commonly with long sleeves, made of sewed or stitched material, that covers the upper piece of the body. At the point when sleeveless, the piece of clothing is regularly called a slipover or sweater vest.
Sweaters are worn by grown-ups and offspring, everything being equal, frequently over a shirt, pullover, T-shirt, or another top, yet once in a while close to the skin. Sweaters were customarily produced using fleece yet would now be able to be made of cotton, manufactured filaments, or any blend of these. There are likewise occasional sweaters, which around Christmas are called appalling sweaters.