In our biweekly series, editors share "the item they wear to death," whether it be a basic white tee or a super-trendy jumpsuit. Prepare yourself (and your credit card) for some guilt-free shopping.
Now that we're on day 27? (I've lost track) of quarantine, all of my outside clothes have officially been retired. I gutted my wardrobe in the first few days when we all still had the energy to Marie Kondo. I said goodbye to my pretty dresses, to both my loose and tight jeans, and to my chic blouses many moons ago. I packed my winter coats away into boxes because that's how long it's been—the seasons have changed and we watched it happen from our windows.
When it comes to getting dressed for this new spring season, the one spent inside four walls, I turn to my sunshine-yellow sweatsuit from Entireworld. I bought this last year and trust me when I say that this set sells out quickly. (I had waited weeks until it was finally restocked on the website and grabbed without thinking twice.)
The Entireworld sweatsuit is super comfortable, lightweight, and has a flattering fit. I have worn it to the airport and to brunch, it quickly became my weekend uniform, and it is now my quarantine go-to. Pair with gold hoops and patterned socks, and voilá! Chic leisurewear. Yellow has also been said to be the color of hope and happiness, of fun and cheer—all of which I've been diligently trying to maintain. The sweatsuit is a purchase I have truly worn to death.
My particular Entireworld yellow set is sold out at the moment, but I found some similar two-piece sets to shop, below: