Here's where the cool kids get their sweats.

By Samantha Sutton
Apr 30, 2020 @ 5:30 pm
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On days when the laundry is piling up and boredom is at an all-time high, it's possible you'll start scrolling through Instagram, only to find yourself on deep dive moments later, searching for a tie-dye sweatsuit you saw in someone's pictures. It's not news that colorful and cozy clothing is having a major moment as we quarantine at home. However, finding cute stuff that's still in stock can be pretty tricky.

Unless, of course, you know where to look.

It seems like the the cool kids — aka celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski, Hailey Bieber, and Chrissy Tiegen — are still setting the trends from home. They've been wearing brands that aren't quite mainstream (yet), tipping us off to where we can buy up-to-date styles that will come in handy both now and months, if not years, down the line. 

So, if your go-to stores are repeatedly telling you "sold out" or "restocking soon," here are nine new ones to order from instead.

Cherry LA

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There's a lot going on in this photo of Hailey Bieber that Justin Bieber posted — the lake, the dog, the "Love you bubba" caption — but we're mostly focused on the model's tie-dye pants. This particular pair comes from from Cherry, which is based out of LA, and considering Bella Hadid is also a fan, it's a good one to have on your radar.

Max Roux

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Aside from Ashley Tisdale, Behati Prinsloo and Vanessa Hudgens have both been spotted wearing Max Roux's tie-dye creations. Many of the pieces are priced under $100, which is an added bonus when it comes to usual celebrity buys.

LIVINCOOL

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Emily Ratajkowski, Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin, Camilla Morrone — honestly, who isn't wearing this brand during quarantine? Once we saw Elsa Hosk color block her orange LIVINCOOL shorts with a sweet purple top, we were fully sold, and began imagining all the ways we'd wear them outside the house, too.

Cotton Citizen

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While Cotton Citizen sells plenty of tie-dye pieces, Hannah Brown's TikTok videos reminded us that a sleek black sweatsuit deserves a spot in our weekly rotation, too.

Online Ceramics

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On top of being emblazoned with a funny-yet-true saying ("Your ego is not your amigo"), Emily Ratajkowski's Online Ceramics T-shirt is one of those items you'll get good use out of. Months before she was styling it with sweatpants indoors, she wore it with jeans and boots to a Lakers game, proving its versatility.

Leset

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Also on Emily Ratajkowski's loungewear list is Leset. While it's not immediately visible from her photo, her top is actually a cardigan and perfectly matches her pants, thus creating an outfit that's very much on-trend for spring/summer 2020.

Bernadette

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Chrissy Teigen isn't really a pajamas kind of gal, but she does have an impressive collections of robes. Technically, this printed one from Bernadette can be worn as a dress and duster coat, too, which has us convinced it's well worth the investment.

Boys Lie

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Delilah Belle's bikini may be cute, but if you're not experiencing bathing suit weather at the moment, you might be more interested in her Boys Lie shorts. The brand makes bedazzled tank tops and graphic sweats that look straight out of the early '00s (in the best way), and the good news is, you can shop a handful of pieces on Revolve, too.

Fall Winter Spring Summer

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If luxe loungwear is more your style, you might want to take a page out of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's book. Her white pleated look from the Scandinavian brand Fall Winter Spring Summer isn't exactly flannel pants or PJs, but it's still breezy and comfy enough for the house.