I have somehow resisted the sweatsuit trend for 18 months… until now. Here are some favorite finds from my extensive “research” that would be great gifts for loved ones or for yourself!
If you want to feel like an extra on the Dune set:
The latest addition to Cuyana’s lineup, their Fleece Funnel Neck Sweatshirt and matching pants. Oeko-Tex certified and made in a Portuguese family factory from American-grown cotton.
If you love oversized & drop shoulders:
Girlfriend Collective’s thick sweats include a classic crew (and it’s cropped sister) along with matching joggers that are currently 50% off.
If you don’t love oversized & drop shoulders:
Pact’s Essential Vintage Raw Hem sweatshirt has raglan style sleeves, currently for 33% off.
If you’re looking for sweatpants that are a bit more elevated:
MATE the Label’s Front-Seam Joggers come in the perfect shade of cream that can easily be worn indoors or out.
If you’re tired of regular fleece and want something a little different:
Amour Vert’s Nouveau Fleece is ultra soft and cozy on the interior and exterior, and their wide legged sweats and slight puff sleeve crews are very polished!
If you want something more lightweight:
Everlane Lightweight French Terry Hoodie and Sweatpants – I have the hoodie and love it for lounging. However, it does run a little small so I would recommend sizing up if you want a relaxed fit. While I don’t think they’re worth the usual full-price, I do think the sale price provides a better value.
Or something fancier:
Naadam’s 40% off sale is a great time to pick up one of their Essential Cashmere Hoodie or Essential Cashmere Sweatpants!
Last but certainly not least…
If you (or a friend) are a Costco fan, this Kirkland Signature sweatshirt is extremely thick and cozy for only $20. We got ours last year and love them. They do run a bit large / long, I ended up cropping the sleeves and hem for a more comfortable fit on a Men’s XS / Women’s S. Note: If your size is sold out online, you may be able to find them in-person.
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