The place to Purchase Sweatpants, Socks, and Different Handy Quarantine Gadgets From Pittsburgh Winter Information 2021 | Pittsburgh

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Photos: Flux Bene, Daily Bread, Steel City, Kiya Tomlin

Left to right: Bundle Dyed Socks by Flux Bene, Moosh Sweat Shorts in Black Camo by Daily Bread, Yinz University T-shirt by Steel City, Onesie by Kiya Tomlin

At this point, jeans wonder if they will ever step outside the confines of their drawer again. When the pandemic began, those who worked from home were learning the benefits of wearing sweatpants every day, and there are no signs of going back. If you want to keep hanging out in the most comfortable clothes you own but want to expand your options, check out these local Pittsburgh area designers who have pants, sweatshirts, socks, and any other type of loungewear you might need .

Kiya Tomlin

388 Butler St., Etna.
The local designer Kiya Tomlin launched her line in 2014 as the “Collection of Reinvented Tracksuits”. That, of course, makes her pieces perfect for resting for the rest of the quarantine. But make no mistake, this isn’t your average Joe loungewear. Tomlin’s tops, pants, overalls, leggings, and other comfortable clothing are modern, tailored, and can easily be worn outside the home when all of this is over. Tomlin’s clothing is available online and at the Kiya Tomlin store on Etna.

Flow well
Socks are an underrated part of putting together a comfortable outfit. They keep your feet warm and clean, and come in fun colors and patterns much more often than the rest of your clothes. The zero-waste clothing line Flux Bene offers knee and thigh socks for complete leg warmth, all colored with natural ingredients such as onion peel, marigold and annatto. They are also made from recycled cotton. The store also has a rotating collection of jackets, gowns, dresses, and other loose fitting garments that are great for putting together.

Daily bread

5450 Penn Ave., Friendship.
The clothing and lifestyle brand Daily Bread takes inspiration from street art, hip-hop and skateboard cultures for their sweatshirts, sweatpants (and shorts), hats and much more. Daily Bread’s winter line 2021 has a matching tracksuit labeled “Daily Bread”. A fitting design as the winter in quarantine means that bread consumption is higher than ever. Visit Daily Bread at their store near the East Liberty / Friendship border or order online.

Steel city

625 Smithfield St., downtown.
If there’s one thing Pittsburghers love, it’s wearing clothes that advertise their love for Pittsburgh even when they’re in the comfort of their own home. Stock up on comfy Pittsburgh clothing from Steel City, including sweatpants, t-shirts, socks, hats, and more. They have something for everyone from Pittsburgh, from Steelers gear and Mr. Rogers t-shirts to simple joggers. Check out the shop in Downtown or order online.

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