If you're like us, you've spent the bulk of this winter loading up on the best comfy loungewear you could get your hands on. Today welcomes another entrant to the soft-and-snuggly clothing club: Girlfriend Collective launches their "For Everyone" range, a "collection of everyday comforts" that really puts the neutral in gender neutral.
The all-genders athleisure line consists of every cold-weather basic you could think of across outerwear, activewear and loungewear—those cult-favorite leggings, crewneck pullovers, comfy joggers, puffer vests, fleece jackets, layering tees, you name it—in natural, easily wearable colorways like warm russet browns, mossy greens, stone grays, mustard yellows and more. You can go all in on one shade for a fresh, fuss-free monochromatic look, or mix and match pieces depending on your mood.
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Inclusivity has always been a hallmark of Girlfriend Collective's brand—clothing comes in 12 sizes, ranging from XXS to 6X based on chest, waist and hip measurements, and their marketing regularly features a refreshing mix of color and body diversity. But this is the first GC clothing collection to expand beyond the brand's usual women's demographic to include shoppers of all genders.
Sustainability is also a priority for the company—Girlfriend Collective considers itself a "slow fashion" brand, using a small batch manufacturing process to reduce waste—and this "For Everyone" line is no exception. The fabrics used for the apparel are made from recycled materials: think old scrap fabric, water bottles, and repurposed polyester. Items like jogger pants and hoodie sweatshirts are crafted from a combination of organic cotton and Texloop recycled cotton. (If you want to know how many gallons of water are saved or pounds of carbon dioxide are prevented thanks to your purchase, the GC website keeps a handy tally for you.)
Check out a few of our favorite pieces from the "For Everyone" collection below:
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