Entireworld's sweatsuits are the cheerful basic you need

Julia Webb

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From the creative mind behind the clothing brand Band of Outsiders, Scott Sternberg launched Entireworld in 2018 to bring basics to — you guessed it — the entire world.

Coming in almost every shade of the rainbow, Entireworld’s offerings include everything from bralettes and boxers to sweatpants and dresses. And since we’re spending a lot more time at home these days, we’ve been particularly drawn to their monochromatic sweatsuits.

Entireworld’s tag line reads, “the stuff you live in,” which was inspired by Sternberg’s desire to create clothes that you can wear all the time. In a 2018 interview with GQ, the designer shared: “There was no doubt in my mind that, after spending years tailoring and crafting all these beautiful, expensive clothes that didn’t really feel expensive, quite purposely, that I wanted to flip that and focus on what might seem like everyday, banal things, but that I live in.”

Coming in at a much more affordable price point when compared to Band of Outsiders’ pieces, Entireworld’s pieces are minimalistic, yet undeniably cheerful. After all, who doesn’t want to wear a mint green sweatsuit or lemon yellow striped shorts? But don’t worry if vibrant hues aren’t really your thing — there are plenty of styles in black, white and beige to choose from.

Shop a few of our favorite Entireworld pieces below and check out everything they have to offer on their website.

Shop: Entireworld Loop Back Sweatshirt, $88

Credit: Entireworld

Shop: Entireworld Loop Back Sweatpants, $88

Credit: Entireworld

Shop: Entireworld Cotton Shirt Dress, $95