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The Post-Thanksgiving and Pre-Holiday Outfit of the Year

The Post-Thanksgiving and Pre-Holiday Outfit of the Year

Once in a blue moon, the fashion world's avant-garde tastes and my absurd personality harmonize to form perhaps the strangest approval of fashion-forward ideas. I couldn't get on board for the ultra-bougie Crocs or the Supreme labeled bricks, but something about this new item caught my eye and gives me the desire to offer it a rare but well-deserved gold star.

Coined as "swoveralls," this clearly millennial-targeted hybrid between sweats and overalls offers comfort of casual material mixed with the forgiving shape of overalls. It seems like the perfect time to release this piece - right when everyone's perpetually bloated from Thanksgiving food but still going straight into Christmas season with broken dreams of that bikini body that never will be.

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It's the perfect outfit that shows that you've given up on your New Year's Resolution, but that it's completely okay.

And fear not. Swoveralls will fit you, all your new extra loving pounds, and probably that box of cookies you've been staring at for the past 15 minutes. It comes in loosely sized categories of XS/S and M/L.

The company responsible for Swoveralls is The Great Fantastic, which really is a testament to how I feel about the clothing items they make. Swoveralls are made in three colors - navy, black, and gray - and are available to all genders. So far, The Great Fantastic has not ventured into other brilliant pieces, but I'll be on the lookout for more. This sort of brilliance doesn't just fade away.

Even though it's a bit pricey ($85 a pop) for something you'll most likely be wearing in bed all day, it's worth the investment. 

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