Forget the Kim K. catsuits with built-in gloves, we’re still all about chic loungewear this year. In this heatwave, that’s bound to last through early fall, we’ve swapped out cashmere and sweats for terry toweling and linen…
Dippin Daisys Coastal Hoodie + Short |(Above in green) The line between pajamas and loungewear is slim AF. Last winter, menswear-inspired silk sets made it out to dinner, this summer we’re taking these terrycloth sets to lunch. Just try to resist this crinkled texture and tan-flattering shade.
Pact Coastal Tank + Daily Short | We hunted far and wide for the trending crinkled, over-sized top and pant set — to no avail. Since most of the sets are made from polyester, we haven’t had any luck sourcing a sustainable version yet. Pact’s crinkled tank and short set does the trick and comes in six shades (shown above in khaki).
Bella Dahl Pocket Button Down + short | A smart, 100% linen set to wear for those (unnecessary) afternoon iced latte runs. We love them paired together, but break them up into innumerable outfit combinations when packing for a long trip.
Bella Dahl Tank + Button Side Short | This sweet, 90’s-inspired short set is all we want to wear while working from home this summer — even if by the pool. The button detail and denim-like shade is made from Tencel, a sustainable, breathable fabric we adore for summer.
Donni Button-up + Silky Short |This was another set we felt could compete with the plisse sets that aren’t always made sustainably. This menswear-inspired boxer short and matching button-up are all we want to wear into fall.
Donni. Eco-fleece bra top + roll short | These eco-fleece sets from Donni are too adorable. We see all the fitnesswear launches, but haven’t seen anything like this sports top. Paired with matching shorts, this is the ultimate pilates to couch set for the weekend.
Everlane Smocked Linen Cami | Everlane’s feminine cami pairs effortlessly with black linen pants for a look that’s easy to wear, but still gives enough energy for brunch or an al fresco dinner.
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