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The 5 Best Tracksuits To Get You Through Isolation

With winter coming in hot…well, not in a literal sense, and isolation a part of life for the foreseeable future it’s essential to dress fashionably comfy to provide some incentive for changing out of your pyjamas. Celebrities to fashion bloggers and all of us mere mortals in between are uploading mirror loungewear flicks to the grid and we’ve done the hard yards to get the details for you.

#1 The Pangaia

This Sustainable collective has caught the attention of tennis icon Maria Sharapova, the Biebs and multiple Victoria Secret Angels and for good reasons too.

Manufactured in Europe this British based brand’s garments are made from organic cotton, seaweed fibre and use a revolutionary peppermint-based treatment that serves an anti-bacterial purpose so given you don’t spill your morning coffee on it that means less washing yay!

Chic, Melbourne based actress, cool mum and model Pia Loyola dazzled in the monochromatic cobalt blue set and backed it up with a jade green ensemble.

For those afraid of colour, there are lots of neutral, but not so boring basic beige pieces too and the Pangaia has just launched a kid’s collection, so the whole family can be comfily cool.

Pangaia is British-based for logistical purposes to minimize the brand’s carbon footprint and European manufactured to ensure the quality of their factories, that they abide by labour laws and maintain the latest eco certifications.

With a unique vision Pangaia prides themselves on creating “beautiful lifestyle products that affect positive change for the planet”, each product sold equals a donation to a charity, currently, it’s Doctors Without Borders.

Did we mention this pretty package is delivered in compostable packaging?

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#2 House of Drew House

Ever wondered what Justin Bieber is wearing with the yellow smiley face logo adorned across it?

It’s House of Drew and was co-founded by Bieber’s good friend, stylist and producer Ryan Good with the aspirations to have fun and enjoy making things that the pair want to create and wear.

Inspired by Bieber’s habit of walking out of hotels in the complimentary slippers the first item was born; a pair of slippers and added to many eager Belieber’s baskets. For an item that initially sold for “five bucks” as Good put it, went on to be re-sold on eBay for upwards of $300.

Now the brand has evolved into high fashion resembling corduroy sets to the perfect oversized jumper every girl wants to wear as a dress, our pick is the ‘secret hoodie’ in camel.

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#3 Jaggad

Re-invented in 2013 when purchased by Ex AFL player Chris Judd and Steven Greene, with the help of wives Michelle Greene and Rebecca Judd Jaggad has rebranded from a tired triathlon brand into a fashion-forward life athletic brand.

JAGGAD has your isolation attire for any occasion covered with jumpers and sweats perfect for long leisurely mornings on the couch to high-performance wear for the occasional at-home workout.

Frequently dropped collections will keep every member of the household looking fresh on the essential coffee run…we mean weekly grocery shop. Practicality and comfort are now attainable for all with Jaggad Man, Team Jaggad and Jaggad Junior.

#4 Champion

Champion founded in 1919 claims to be the “home of the hoodie” and “origin of the sweatshirt” and we’ll give it to them. Worn by many champions from sports stars to the Kardashian-Jenners, depending on your definition this brand is versatile, fashionable and affordable.

The brand has evolved and collaborated with fashion designers such as Rick Owens, but the reverse weave sweats a material the brand pioneered in grey or the classic champion red make for the perfect work from home uniform. Regardless of your budget most can afford to splurge or save on new and/or vintage pieces and champion your personal need for comfort.

#5 Saski Collection

Fitness mentor turned boss lady Tammy Hembrow’s Saski Collection is the athleisure label initially created for women with a passion for fitness and fashion.

The new unisex tracksuit line is, however, the essential stay at home staple for every member of the family.

Perfect for pamper days as approved by Youtuber Shani Grimmond and beau Tommy Bugg.

Pastel pink, baby blue, neutral nudes and we can’t forget black and white will perfectly pair with Yeezy’s, slides or even a pair of Chuck Taylors when a trip into the outside world is required.

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