Sitting on your sofa wearing the same joggers and big t-shirt combination you’ve been wearing for the last three weeks can become a little soul destroying. While we aren’t set to leave the house any time soon, it doesn’t mean our style has to suffer.
As everything grinds to a halt or begins to operate slightly differently, it gives us a time to rework our wardrobes and bring in items that might make isolation that little easier. From collaboration from Stüssy and Nike, to ultimate comfort from Aimé Leon Dore, we’ve put together five items you should consider adding to your basket.
Supreme x Timberland Crewneck
Streetwear aficionados Supreme and Timberland have teamed up for an SS20 collaboration, consisting of both clothing and apparel. Their crewnecks come in four different colourways, but the vibrant red is certainly our pick of the bunch. Sold out almost everywhere (isn’t everything nowadays), you can still cop at Klekt.
Champion x MNML Quarantine Sweatpants
Nothing says quarantine like sweatpants with the word quarantine written on them. LA-based MNML link with Champion for a relaxed, two-tone screen print all on the Reverse Weave Sweatpants. What’s more is that a portion of the profits will be donated to #AmericasFoodFund to support Feeding America and World Central Kitchen’s efforts to ensure that communities across the country have access to fresh, nutritious food at a time when they need it most. Buy the sweatpants from MNML's website here.
Aimé Leon Dore Popover Hoody
New York-based Aimé Leon Dore are one of the most sought-after brands right now. This hoody from their recent 'Uniform Program' capsule collection, is cut from luxe French terry jersey, which means it’s mega comfy. Its almond hue is an absolute treat on the eye, while the embroidered logo adds the brand’s signature finish. Buy now from END Clothing.
The North Face Tent Mule Slippers
Nike x Stüssy Crewneck
Nike and Stüssy’s recent collaboration was so dominated by their Spiridon reworks, that their apparel almost went under the radar. While the footwear was nice - although you’ll struggle to get your hands on a pair for under £300 - their grey crewneck was our favourite piece. Simple, yet effective branding makes this the ultimate cool-but-comfy garment. You can still cop these (and the matching trousers) at Klekt.
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Tayler Willson is Mixmag's Digital Fashion Editor, follow him on Twitter