Look good and feel good in these guilt-free sweatsuit sets.
As we continue to stay home to fight the spread of CoViD-19, sweat shirts, particularly in matching sets, are topping everyone’s wardrobe list as celebrities and models from the Biebers to Kaia, Bella and more keep themselves comfortable in stylish sweats, as seen on the many videos that’s been posted on Tiktok.
is this how it fucking goes? what the hell♬ Savage – Megan Thee Stallion
Looking to also lounge away in style? We’ve rounded a list of feel-good options for you, all of which are not only known for their quality and comfort, but also their contribution in making the world a better place in one way or other.
Supported by top celebrities and popular style stars from Bella Hadid to Kourtney Kardashian, Danielle Bernstein (of WeWoreWhat) and more, Pangaia is an eco-friendly brand specialising in tees, sweats and track bottoms that are made with recycled and organic cotton. But that’s not all, every creation process from the fabric to the dye are done with the environment in mind, just as the statement that is printed on every item: “This hoodie is coloured with an environmentally friendly dye, created using a recycled water system. The fabric is made from a recycled and organic cotton mix.”
This sweatshirt comes in a particular shade of blue inspired by the metallic coloured wings and body of a dragonfly, which have become increasingly rare due to pollution. Complete the set with matching pants here, or explore the hoodie range (including sleeveless versions) in a variety of delightful colours. Post yours on social media with hashtag #PangaiaChallenge, and US$1 will be donated to Doctors Without Borders on your behalf.
US$150 (approx. HK$1,163)
Launched specifically in response to the CoViD-19 pandemic, Everlane’s ‘100% Human’ sweats are created as a sign of solidarity for human rights, and a reminder that we are altogether more similar than we are different. With 100 percent of the profits to Feeding America’s CoVid-19 Response Fund, you can look good and feel good while contributing to help those in dire need of help in the United States — the new epicentre of the coronavirus cases, according to WHO.
Also available in white and black, each unisex French Terry sweatshirt features a small print, and comes with a ‘100% Human’ pin that is free of charge. (while supplies lasts).
Who says hoodies have to be in cotton? Rihanna is giving us a faux leather version as part of Fenty’s very first luxe leather capsule collection. It’s crafted in Italy using a leather alternative — hence cruelty-free — and has a soft cotton lining that ensures that it falls comfortably on your body.
This hoodie comes in a ‘Coffee Latte’ hue with a high neck design with snap buttons and a front pouch pocket. Complete the look with these matching pants with side pockets and slits.
£780.00 (approx. HK$7,431)
Founded by Hong Kong’s Kayla Wong, Basics for Basics is all about wardrobe essentials that are sustainably and ethically made, but this particular hoodie is designed with another layer of meaning: Inclusivity.
Featuring a printed ‘equal’ sign on the front, this ‘Basic(s) Equality’ hoodie was created as part of the brand’s Equal campaign, which encourage all of us to celebrate ‘all the differences that make us the same’.
Launched by Scott Sternberg, founder of London-based label Band of Outsiders, Entireworld has been popping up a lot around on social media, reviewed by the heavyweights of the fashion blogging world including Leandra Cohen (a.k.a. The Man Repeller) and Chriselle Lim (newly minted ‘Rich Mom’ thanks to Tiktok). Apparently, they’re so comfortable you won’t want to take them off.
Available in a range of colours, this sweatshirt is made from organic cotton with recycled polyester, and promises to be lightweight and ‘super soft, drape-y, melange-y, worn-in like your favourite vintage sweats fabric.’ You can find the matching pants here.
US$88 (Approx. HK$682)