Designer Spotlight: n:philanthropy

In debate of popular opinion, comfort is a key factor that I look for when adding to my wardrobe.  That’s why I’m such a big fan of the brand n:philanthropy. If you’ve been following me on Instagram you would have seen me showing the Britton Jumpsuit outfit that is super versatile and comfy.  Many of the brand’s products, like this one, can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. The fabrics are so cozy you will never want to take them off. N:philanthropy prides itself on not so basic basics that push the trend of comfort-conscious clothing.  Celebrities like Lady Gaga, Selena Gomez, and Sienna Miller have all been seen wearing the brand. Here are a few pieces that are sure to become the next staples in your closet:

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Breeze Romper ($148)

Much like my jumpsuit, the Breeze Romper is a cotton blend but made slightly lighter weight and a shorter style for summer.  The slouchy fit is one of my go-to’s, but I love that this piece cinches the waist with an easy tie drawstring.

Golden Dress ($158)

It’s easier than ever to feel oh so comfortable in a little black dress with this Golden Dress.  It features adjustable straps and a wrap style front overlay. Whether you plan on keeping it casual or dressing it up, this dress will be a major crowd pleaser. 

Harlow Tee ($72)

Alessandra Ambrosio stepped out in the black Harlow Tee while running some errands.  This t-shirt is a great basic for a polished casual look.  The small ripped detailing on the shoulder is the ultimate touch.

Mack V-Neck Tee ($118)

I’m a sucker for a great camo print.  The Mack V-Neck Tee is such a classic camo that isn’t too extreme.  N:philanthropy pulls out some authentic touches with distressed details in some areas.

Monty Bodysuit ($77)

A henley top is essential for any wardrobe.  The Monty Bodysuit is a take on a traditional henley, but you never have to worry about pulling it down as a bodysuit.  The fitted ribbed style hugs your figure in all the right places.

The Poppy Sweatshirt (Sold Out)

Nicole Scherzinger dressed up The Poppy Sweatshirt and Sweatpants for a night out.  The playful design really exemplifies how n:philanthropy cares about looking and feeling your best in what you wear.

Alex Hoodie ($174)

In the summer we are thankful for air conditioning, but some places have a tendency to blast the AC a little too much.  Having a hoodie like this Alex style is great for layering over a tank in times like these. The Alex Hoodie has a large kangaroo pocket and quarter-zip front.

Scarlett Leather Jogger ($248)

Many of these products are super soft cotton blends but n:philanthropy does drop in some other amazing materials.  The Scarlett Leather Jogger is made of an interesting faux leather fabrication and an adjustable waistband for a relaxing fit.  Many leather pants don’t offer that ease needed for life on the go, but n:philanthropy really puts comfort on the forefront for this design.

Gayla Shrunken Sweatshirt (Sold Out)

Olivia Culpo is another celebrity loving the brand’s clothing.  She was spotted out wearing the Gayla Shrunken Sweatshirt in Los Angeles.  A very basic dolman cut sweatshirt is brought to the next level with subtle distressed features speckled on the front.  No surprise here that it sold out so quickly!

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