We wanted to start the year off with a post about some ways we recommend styling some of our staple pieces. Our focus has always been, "Keep it Simple." I believe we've accomplished with our Breakwater and Kindling Collections this past year, and we intend to continue with that model going forward.
Drop Shoulder Fleece in Dark Grey
This sweater is as soft as they come. Fits a little more loose for that street feel that doesn't get old. We like to recommend owners of this sweater wear this with a darker pair of pants/jeans, and wear either a nice pair of boots to keep it classy, or take a more street approach, and throw on the sneakers, for a clean finish. We like to keep our products on the simpler end of the spectrum so that they're versatile and not one-dimensional.
Lakeside rolled-cuff tee in Sand
Our most popular tee has been a staple with a lot of our customers. This is a tee that usually works better in the spring/summer, as the layering defeats the purpose of the cuffs. We've seen this tee worn at the bar, at the gym and all places in between. We recommend rocking this tee with a contrasting coloured pair of pants/shorts, and lighter coloured shoes. The shirt has a subtle logo on the back with our token "Live Lyfe" logo down the front right of the tee in small, subtle font. A small reminder to be yourself and life your life, however you want.
Embers Hoodie in Washed Black
This is one our new and popular favourites. The washed look gives the sweater a unique neutral look that allows it to be versatile in the wardrobe. Soft and lightweight fabric that makes it easy to be worn out or in the comfort of your own home. The logo placement allows you to wear COL proudly without it becoming an overbearing part of the garment.
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