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To be honest, I like working out just as much as the next person in quarantine, which is not much. Regardless, the Girlfriend Collective Everything Sale is one I’ve been waiting for because the brand is taking 20 percent off the entire site and offering free shipping.
Girlfriend Collective is a lifestyle brand that offers activewear that’s made from plastic water bottles. Plus, the brand’s extensive size range is from XXS – 6X. The brand has constantly sold out of products, so needless to say you should get your favorites, like, now. Not to mention, all good things must come to an end and this sale will be over by Nov. 1.
I’ve been hoping to get a color of the highly favored Unitard for my sister that, after the discount, will price drop to just $70. Plus, the brand’s line of Sweatsuits and its R&R Collection make for cozy, but sustainably stylish loungewear, too.
The Girlfriend Collective Everything Sale has you covered where athletics are concerned, too. The brand carries a few different styles of leggings in a variety of colors. You can also pair them with one of the brand’s popular bra tops along with the Track Jacket.
Like I said, the entire Girlfriend Collective site is on sale, and I wouldn’t expect sizes to stay in stock for very long. Get ahead of the online crowd and take a look at some of the brand’s coolest and coziest picks to kick off your sustainable shopping.
Shop: Plum Topanga Bra, $30.40 (Orig. $38)
Shop: Black Summit Track Jacket, $78.40 (Orig. $98)
Shop: Moss Compressive High-Rise Legging, $54.40 (Orig. $68)
Shop: Tart Scrunchie, $4.20 (Orig. $6)
Shop: Black High-Rise Bike Short, $38.20 (Orig. $48)
Shop: Moon R&R Long Sleeve Tee, $46.40 (Orig. $58)
Shop: Midnight R&R Hoodie, $54.40 (Orig. $68)
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