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Faircloth & Supply's New Basics Line Makes Lounging Simple and Sustainable

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After getting a taste of Faircloth & Supply designer Phoebe Dahl's streetwear-inspired style over juice back in May, we immediately wanted to cop her comfy cool-girl aesthetic. Now, slow fashion fiends can do just that with the socially-conscious Young Guns talent's just-launched basics collection.

Priced from $45 and up (with everything under $100), the unisex range is comprised of incredibly soft tees, sweaters, drawstring sweat shorts, quilted joggers, and linen pants in neutral, wear-with-anything hues. Keeping in line with the brand's guilt-free, do-gooder attitude, the collection is sustainably made in LA from organic materials and proceeds benefit Nepalese education organization General Welfare Pratisthan.

Faircloth & Supply will roll out new pieces until December; shop the full collection here.