Entireworld, which is the brainchild of former Band of Outsiders designer Scott Sternberg, has been on my radar for a little while—as purveyors of edgy-preppy classic pieces that are reasonably priced. But it wasn’t until my mother directed me to this New York Times article, about Entireworld’s explosion in sales during the pandemic—when most the apparel business has taken a nosedive—that I decided to check out their wares. And I’m so glad I did. Entireworld’s pieces, like this rugby shirt (which comes in more than one colorway, as do pretty much all of the brand’s pieces) is well-cut for a more feminine silhouette, unlike more straightforwardly preppy clothes, which can be boxy and shapeless.
This V-neck cotton sweater is super, super soft, comes in a few colors, and rings in under $100.
Entireworld is perhaps best-known for their sweats, which are super-cozy and suitable as streetwear (especially now); I like these black sweatpants, which sell out fast, so if they have your size and you’re at all interested, do not delay.
I dig the drop shoulder on this cream-colored sweatshirt.
These cropped corduroys come in a multitude of hues, but I’m really digging this dusty pink.