As much as I may try, I’m a comfy clothes girl for life and quarantine is no exception! The past few weeks I’ve been rocking a ton of new brands because now is the time to support small businesses more than ever. There are so many amazing brands out there and I’m so grateful to my stylist and friend Gabriela for sharing the best upcoming designers and brands. There are so many good ones I’ve been loving lately so I thought we’d do another roundup of our faves! Keep scrolling for our favorite loungewear brands, you’ll probably see me rocking a few of these brands this week 😉
Hi, Everyone! Gabriela, Nastia’s stylist here, ready to talk about our favorite loungewear sets! All of them from small brands we love to support. Since we’ve all been lounging more than ever—like, full, sink-into-the-couch, bra-free, messy-bun-in-your-hair, Netflix-marathoning, zooming-in-PJs lounging—loungewear has become a necessity in everyone’s wardrobe. Plus, even when we get back to more normal routines, there is no better feeling than coming home and putting on your most comfortable loungewear.
While I do love a good sweatpants + oversized t-shirt look, there is just something so chic about a matching set. Actually, my favorite pieces to wear have always been matching sets—swimsuits, activewear, PJs, and skirts/shorts/pants + top combos. People often get intimidated by dressing up leisurewear, but they can be effortlessly stylish if you add a few dainty jewelry pieces. Check out Nastia’s previous post on her favorite gold necklaces to find pieces to pair with the below sets!
P.S. I hope these posts inspire you to continue to shop small! These are the brands that are making a positive difference not only for our environment, but for the health and well being of the people involved in the making of our clothes. 🙂
Founded in 2013 by lady boss Robyn Berkley, who after leaving behind a career in fashion PR spent time in Bali getting certified as a Yoga trainer. When she came home, she founded her own PR firm and decided to create a line of workout apparel called Live the Process. Each piece is ethically made in America by women. From the cutting of the fabrics to the packaging, they make sure every step of their process is helping achieve their goal of reducing environmental impact and embracing American labor.
Although they are a cashmere brand they are sustainable and cruelty free. Free-roaming goats spend their winters grazing on the hills of Inner Mongolia until molting season. When they follow herders down for a once-a-year grooming. They are then hand-combed, which involves the gentle brushing of the goat’s soft under coat, leaving the top coat in-tact, to protect them from wind, weather and sunburn.
Leset was founded by Lili Chemla, and is a play on the French term for “The Set”. Guided by the principles that one should never sacrifice comfort for style when they have both. Leset delivers elevated essentials at an accessible price point. All pieces are made in Los Angeles.
Founded by Catherine and Nick, inspired by a trip they took to the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru. Most pieces are handmade by a women’s cooperative of artisans in Peru and Bolivia. These women are dedicated to the production of high quality pieces using traditional textile techniques like: hand knitting, macrame, crochet, and hand weaving. Eleven six exclusively uses yarn that is natural, sustainable, eco-friendly and ethical.