With many businesses implementing work from home policies amid the coronavirus pandemic, it’s understandable that sweats are one of the few fashion items still in high demand. So much so, in fact, that a recent report by WWD notes that leisure ware sales have surged amongst several brands in the last month alone.
The data indicates that the desire for comfy clothing isn’t slowing down, at least not as long as the social distancing phase persists. Allow Bethany Williams‘ artsy Butterfly Café sweatsuit to provide a cheerful and sustainable option amid all the frenzy.
Williams, who is known for her use of recycled materials, utilized organic cotton to craft the springtime-ready track jacket and sweatpants. The set is featured in emerald green on the base as a direct nod to the season, while gold trim details contrast and maintain the bright mood. It’s printed with an abstract design as a standout detail along the front, and finished with a hopeful message on the back: “From crisis to butterfly.”
Elsewhere in fashion, AMBUSH recently released an exclusive capsule at SSENSE featuring cozy goods like sweatshirts and hoodies.