Let’s be real: we’ve all been repeating outfits over the past year more than in our entire lifetime. Why not get some fresh inspiration?
We’ve been loving how you’ve been wearing tentree lately. Here’s a roundup of some of our fave looks, along with how you can recreate it.
Compared to the average pair of leggings, these buttery soft stretchy pants save 2.88 L of water, 0.74 kg of CO2 and 0.02 g of waste.
Add some sparkle to your go-to cozy sweatshirt. A gold necklace pairs nicely with Calissa’s Golden Spruce Crew.
Did you know the Golden Spruce line is based on a real tree, and mythology of the Haida people of British Columbia?
Go for a mix of classic and comfy. Wear a full monochrome sweatsuit (like Catherine’s Golden Spruce Crew and TreeFleece Bamone Sweatpant), throw on a trench and some trainers, and you have a full outfit.
With over 2,000 5-star reviews in Canada and the US, the Bamones have been a fan favourite for years.
Basics don’t have to feel basic. Add a splash of colour to your everyday go-to pieces, like Ivan’s Destination Stretch Jogger in Olive Night Green and French Terry Classic Crew in Cherry Mahogany and pair them with neutral pieces like his grey French Terry Reynard Hoodie.
Our Eco French Terry is made with a blend of organic cotton, recycled polyester, and just a touch of spandex to give a little stretch. Going with organic and recycled materials makes a huge difference: the Classic Crew that Ivan’s wearing saves 160.43 L of water compared to the average cotton sweatshirt!
Keep it classic. Pair your favourite light denim with a sweater like Shauna’s Highline Cotton V-Neck Sweater to keep your look fresh and timeless.
Though this sweater is pretty lightweight, the 100% organic cotton knit gives substantial warmth when you need it and layers nicely.
This activewear is for everybody and everything. Whether you’re crushing hills on your bike, grabbing brunch or reaching for the remote, these pieces can carry you through any movement your day serves up.
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