Loungewear really has been our go-to look du jour for the past 12 months, but loungewear doesn’t have to mean scruffy, as recently proven by none other than the fabulous Fearne Cotton.
The broadcaster, podcaster and author took to IGTV back in November to host a live music session with up and coming band GeeJay, who featured on the Happy Place album, released in 2020. While the music was all kinds of beautiful, we couldn’t help but spy Fearne’s casual jumper, which turned out to be from affordable eco-conscious brand Nobody’s Child.
Part of the brand’s first foray into loungewear, the dark grey crew neck sweatshirt is plain except for a circular embroidered motif that features the words ‘Be kind’ (a very on-brand message for the Happy Place founder). As with all Nobody’s Child clothing, the sweatshirt is made from sustainable fabric (52 per cent organic cotton and 48 per cent recycled polyester) at their in-house certified eco-friendly factory, where rainwater is harvested to reduce dependency on groundwater reserves and energy-efficient sewing machines are used.
For maximum comfort potential, there’s also a matching pair of dark grey joggers to complete the Fearne Cotton loungewear look. Alternatively, the whole Nobody’s Child loungewear collection is a mix and match affair, with super-soft hoodies, sweatshirts, T-shirts and trackies in a soft colour palette of blue, blush, grey and camel tones.
You may recognise Nobody’s Child as one of the latest brands to partner with British high street stalwart M&S and this sweatshirt, as well as the rest of the loungewear collection, is also currently available to shop from marksandspencer.com.
What’s more, the sweatshirt is also currently discounted from £26 to just £13 at Marks & Spencer. That’s a 50 per cent saving and it’s still available in sizes small to extra large.