According to their website, “In support of Pride 2020, Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is donating $200,000 to The Trevor Project. To date, we’ve raised over one million dollars for The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people. Additionally, we’re pledging $200,000 to fund initiatives that support, uplift and embrace Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).”
Abercrombie Nails It: Cute & Comfy Styles Perfect For Now & Later
Every few months I order a big haul from Abercrombie to try on (and usually end up keeping more than I planned). I love their clothes because they’re comfortable, casual and cute. (There’s a reason I’m not a marketing director.) My latest order didn’t disappoint–here’s what I’m loving — cute & comfy outfit pieces to wear at home now, that we can also style up in, ah, I don’t know — 2022?
Abercrombie Bodysuits: The Best Ever
Abercrombie is usually my go-to for all things denim, but when I saw some of their new arrivals for fall, I thought I’d venture out of the box a bit. My favorite? Their bodysuits. They are so ridiculously comfortable: soft, stretchy, and don’t create panty lines that show through. I sized up to a medium (because I hate it when bodysuits are tight on bottom) and it was perfect–not too loose up top because of the stretchy material.
This is the perfect base layer for so many outfits. It’s made from a soft and stretchy material (12% elastane) that’s machine-washable. I love it with high-waisted jeans, but it would look super=cute with a miniskirt (love this faux leather one!), cardigan and boots.
This one isn’t as stretchy (4% elastane.) but it’s a cozier fabric than the short sleeve bodysuit if that makes sense (you can see the texture of the fabric if you zoom in on the product). Because of the fabric, it works with cozy joggers too. I might not actually wear it to bed, but I’d definitely wear this to lounge in during the day (and who am I kidding, I’d wear it outside of the house, too). It comes in a couple of leopard prints as well as black and cream.
Abercrombie Jumpsuits & Dresses: One + Done Pieces
I saw this on the model and knew I needed to try it. The material is soft and stretchy and I love the tie-waist. I’m wearing a small regular here, but it also comes in petite and tall sizes.
Knit Jumpsuit (s)
This is the type of sweater I love because of the wide neck that can be worn off the shoulder — it’s a great lighter weight, that’s perfect for the transition from summer to fall.
I often have trouble with shirt dresses because of my shoulder to booty ratio. My shoulders are fairly narrow and my butt…is not. BUT, this dress manages to fit both my shoulders and doesn’t pull across my hips. It’s 100% Lyocell (that soft fabric I love) so it’s machine-washable (and can go in the dryer–I just wish it didn’t arrive so wrinkled!)
Abercrombie Style: Tops To Pair With Leggings
I don’t know about you guys, but I am wearing leggings alllll the time right now. I don’t care that they’re not exactly the cutting edge of fashion–it’s desperate times right now with at-home schooling, and leggings are an oldie but goodie in my book. Abercrombie’s got a lot of options for your top half, many of them Zoom-ready.
Belted Shirt Dress + Leggings
I’ve normally found that if a shirt dress looks good buttoned up, it doesn’t necessarily look good when worn as a jacket–but this one does. I just loop the tie in the back so it drapes nicely.
I love this so much. It’s not my typical style, but I love it. Perfect for Zoom meetings–business up top, comfy below. Although this shirt is actually comfy, too, so it’s a win-win.
I’ve been mentioning this one in the sales report for a while and I finally had to try it. I love the color and the snaps on the side which makes it perfect to pair with leggings. I’m wearing a small here but might size up to a medium for a more oversized look.
They’ve had a version of this sweater for a few years, and I’ve LOVED it from the very beginning. The zip neckline is so cool and can be worn opened or zipped up…I like adding a comfy bralette so the straps show through. (This one is super-similar to the True & Co. bralette everyone loves–both made from a blend of nylon and elastane!)