I think you can’t go wrong with the Priestly Clothing collection.
They are made from 100% recycled materials.
But there’s something about the design that I think really stands out, something that’s so unique to them, that I want to share.
Here are the five best clothes I’ve ever worn:1.
The Tango Pants—designed by designer Benoit Lescu—are the first pair of pants to feature a waistband, a stretchy elastic that’s designed to keep you warm, but also to protect you from wind.
They’re designed to be worn as underwear, but I love the fact that the waistband gives it an extra layer of protection against the cold.
If you’re not a fan of warm pants, this is a great pair for you.2.
The Lidless Pouch—designed in collaboration with designer Alex Graziano, this bag is a simple but stunning piece that gives you the option of a simple or a fancy look.
The zipper is just a little too wide to get a snug fit, but it’s also made of a softer material that helps keep your hands cool and your body cool.
The design is a bit unique, but you could wear it to work without worrying about making a mess.3.
The Black-Eyed Pea Vest—inspired by a photo of a cat wearing a fur coat, this vest is an extremely functional piece, made from a simple fabric that’s been knit and sewn together to create a snug, soft, and lightweight vest that can be worn with or without pants.4.
The Worn-Out Dresser—designed for the season, this dresser is a perfect winter addition to any closet, with a hood that hides your head and a padded armrest for a comfortable look.
This dresser can be dressed up or down with or as a nightgown.5.
The Chunky Shirt—designed with the help of fashion designer Michael DeMille, this shirt has a nice, wide, and cinch-style collar, and a short, straight neckline.
It’s great for wearing with a skirt or a cardigan, but if you want to make it into a pair of shorts, this would be a great choice.