Celebs are making these 3 new sweatsuit brands pop off
Even when you can afford a stylist, you still have to love sweats.
Celebs across the board are reaching not just for a hoodie, but matching sweatsuits. You’ve definitely seen it â€” it can be cropped, oversized, or fitted, but it’s usually from the brands Danielle Guizio, Cotton Citizen, or Daniel Patrick.
All three brands have unisex options, and they all bring something unique to the table. Check out our breakdown of the brand’s and their individual attributes below. Which brand aligns with your vibe?
Danielle Guizio tends to go for the cropped look with subtler, more neutral tones for everyday life. The brand also just came out with velour matching sets, a nod to Juicy Couture, the OG brand of the velour tracksuit trend.
Some of the suits have zippers, and others are simple pullovers with raw hems. There’s also a really cool race track-looking option that I’ve been eying for a while now, as seen on people like the New York fashion blogger Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What, Bella and Gigi Hadid, and Kylie Jenner.
The designer has even begun getting requests of custom pieces from these celebs who are big fans of her work. While Danielle Guizio’s suits may seem more like lounge wear, they are still perfect for the likes of a fancy Melrose Sunday brunch. Their cropped look shows off your abs like no other sweatsuit set provides.
The brand is also now being sold on Revolve‘s website, which makes for an easy add to the cart during your next fashion haul. Their price point is really doable, at around $100 for an entire set, and they also give you 15% off of your first order on their site. Danielle Guizio is a chill, laid-back version of the sweatsuit trend, worn best for doing errands or going to get your hair done while still looking chic for your Snap story.
This brand is being worn by every young celeb. Honestly.
Cotton Citizen adds something new to the sweatsuit set trend that other brands haven’t done yet: thermal. They have thermal cropped sweaters with matching thermal sweatpants, and the texture of the material looks really cool when put together in a full fit.
Cotton Citizen also comes out with new colorways every time a collection drops, which keeps the cozy trend interesting and fun. This collection’s wild card color is a vibrant baby blue they call “electric.” They also have a vintage design which makes certain items of clothing look worn, and a dust design which gives an acid wash tone to the clothes.
While Cotton Citizen is at a higher price point than most, they’re definitely worth it because of how comfortable their fabric is (it’s fucking soft) and how unique and fast-changing their colors are. While a lot of our faves are rocking this brand, Gigi Hadid seems to be their biggest supporter. She’s been seen all over in Cotton Citizen. This is definitely the sweatsuit brand you wear to the club when you’re trying to look like you’re not trying to look bomb. You feel?
While Daniel Patrick started as mainly a men’s label, Kendall Jenner wore out the brand’s camo t-shirt as a dress and they have since added a large women’s collection (ty, Ken).
Biebs has been a serious fan of Daniel Patrick since their start, and wears the brand as often as if it was his uniform.
Daniel Patrick tends to use earthier tones, and also has a super cute camo print that is a favorite with those who wear the clothing. However, they also carry some pastel colorways that celebs like Pia Mia and Jasmine Sanders are fans of. Justin Bieber has also been seen wearing their orange, blotchy sweatshirt.
While Daniel Patrick’s cuts are similar, they switch their fabrics up often, making something different for customers to get their hands on. They also give a 10% off code for all new shoppers through their website. Their price point is on the higher side, so this offer is really nice if you want to get a sweatsuit with them.
Daniel Patrick is the brand you wear when you want to embrace that slouchy but sexy look for the movies on a third date with a new bae. Show off that tummy, girl.
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