Our TOP FIVE Picks from Mate The Label

The fashion police may or may not agree with this, but we’re forever glad that matching sets are here to stay – and we’re not listening if you tell us otherwise. 

In addition to our love for clothing that can double as PJ’s and errand-running attire, we’re major supporters of brands that truly keep the earth in mind. And we’re taking about companies that prioritize using organic cotton and sustainable, safe manufacturing processes. 

We’ve been big fans of MATE The Label for quite some time now and it is the staple brand (if not the uniform) of The Hive HQ.  Here’s a list of our top-5-most-worn MATE the Label pieces that you’ll want to wear on repeat. 

PS – use code 15LIZFLOYD to save 15% on your MATE purchase 

Fleece Oversized Sweatshirt

This MATE pick is number one for a reason. This perfectly-oversized sweatshirt gets softer with every wash without losing any of its fantastically pigmented color.

It is, by far, the most worn item of clothing in The Hive HQ. 

Fleece Cropped Sweatshirt

This one is an essential. This perfectly-cropped pullover has a relaxed fit and manages to be flattering on every torso length out there. And even after a million washes, the inner fleece still manages to keep its buttery soft feel. 

Fleece Pocket Short

These are THE shorts you can wear to bed, walk the dog in, and even take to the food store without anyone thinking you haven’t gotten changed for the day. They get softer after each wash and pair well with the fleece cropped sweatshirt. 

Organic Stretch Sports Bra

This bra is perfectly supportive while still being soft and breathable. Made from 92% Organic Cotton and only 8% Spandex – making it a much more eco-conscious option over other synthetic sportswear. 

Fleece Relaxed Pocket Sweatpants

Not too baggy, not too slim. These cult-favorite sweats got an upgrade and now feature some sturdy pockets and a drawstring waistband to make it sit where you want it to. Our pick: heather grey.  

Liz Floyd

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