If you (like me) have been wearing the same sweatpants since early quarantine, now’s the time for that much-needed refresh: Entireworld’s highly recommended loungewear for both men and women is currently the cheapest we’ve ever seen it. With the code HALFSIES, you can take 50 percent off everything, including the brand’s beloved terry sweatsuits, Entireworld’s designer Scott Sternberg’s go-to “Free Ballers” lounge pants, and our favorite strappy tank tops. Just know that all purchases are final sale, so be sure to double-check sizing before you order.
Several Strategist writers, columnists, and cool people we’ve spoken to consider this unisex French terry sweatshirt a daily essential. Model and actor Miles Garber told us that both the sweatshirt and matching sweatpants have a good amount of structure, “so you don’t look like you’re just schlepping around,” and that their unexpected color palette and not-too-relaxed fit set them apart from other matching pairs on the market.
While you’re at it, why not pick up those (now under-$50) matching sweatpants?
When I messaged Strategist writer and Entireworld devotee Chloe Anello about the sale this morning, she told me she’d already purchased two pairs of men’s socks (more on those below) and two Easy Ts. Made from organic cotton with a wide, relaxed fit, she says the tees are “easily a top-five favorite” among “the 60 different T-shirts from all different brands” that she owns.
This unisex chore coat is made from lightweight cotton poplin, an ideal second layer for these seasonally transitional times. It’s available in navy, royal blue, khaki, yellow, and the dark green shown.
Also made from organic cotton, this marigold pair should help brighten your transition back to socks-required fall fashion.
This graphic New York tote bag (it says “York” on the other side) is free with any purchase, and there’s no code required. It has an interior pocket — something rare for a free tote — that Anello says is “amazing” for those who are always digging around for their keys.
The brand’s aforementioned Loop Back sweatshirt and sweatpants are unisex, so our praise above still holds true (though bears repeating): Several Strategist writers, columnists, and cool people we’ve spoken to consider this unisex French terry sweatshirt an essential component of their weekly wardrobe. According to model and actor Miles Garber, both the sweatshirt and matching sweatpants below have a good amount of structure, “so you don’t look like you’re just schlepping around,” and their unusual color palette helps them stand out from competing sets.
Here are those matching, just-as-structured sweatpants, now available for less than $50.
This cotton tee is wide and boxy in the chest and body with an on-trend, slightly dropped shoulder. It’s deliberately a little oversize on arrival so it’ll shrink down to the perfect size when you first wash it.
Made from crisp, Japanese cotton canvas, these cotton pleated trousers have a relaxed fit and a 32-inch inseam. They’re also available in black, white, navy, ochre, and stone (though sizing is limited).
On the slim side of a classic button-up, this cotton oxford shirt is shorter than a traditional dress shirt, so it can be worn tucked or untucked.
Though they’re designed with men’s feet in mind, Anello says these sporty crew socks fit her women’s size 10.5 feet “perfectly” and are “really breathable.” Her boyfriend, who wears a men’s size 10.5, also likes them.
And if you’re from the other coast, here’s the L.A. version of the brand’s free tote. Reminder: It ships free with any purchase, and has a handy inner pocket for quick access to keys and other essentials.
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