Sweatshirt dressed with hood and cut out at the hips, raw cut trim.
A suit is a garment covering the entire body, consisting of one piece, intended for clothing or protection. In a broader sense, the term has also come to mean 'comfortable' clothing, such as two-piece sportswear, shorts and a short-sleeved T-shirt.
A tracksuit is an item of clothing consisting of trousers and a sweatshirt usually closed at the front by a zip fastener. Originally used in sport, and mainly in athletics, it has over time become a typical garment in casual fashion. Originating in the early 20th century, the tracksuit is a combination of a jacket and trousers, made of soft materials and used exclusively in sport. Outside the sports fields, the suit was hardly tolerated.
Bruce Lee, in the film The Last Fight of Chen from 1973, made a yellow tracksuit with black stripes, similar to the ones Adidas has been producing since 1964, very popular. The same suit model was taken up by Uma Thurman in the film Kill Bill - Vol. 1, in an obvious reference to Bruce Lee's film. In the TV series The Sopranos, members of New Jersey mafia families are often shown in suits.