Dress Up and Show Up For Yourself In Love, Bonito
Live and lounge—in style with Love, Bonito’s new loungewear collection
I don’t know about you, but as much as I love wearing oversized tees with multiple holes in them or the one daster I have that’s on heavy rotation, it’s not doing any good for my mental health. Pambahay reminds me of weekends where I get to sleep in a little longer and Saturday/Sunday mornings I can spend with family watching cartoons over breakfast. But we’ve all let work (or school) bleed into our home life. Time to (re)set the boundaries and one of the simplest ways to do that is to dress up.
In this hot and humid weather? Yes, hear me out. I started changing into, at the very least, mostly black workout wear instead of going through the day in my oversized tees or pajamas. That small act has already helped put me in the right mindset and to switch off when I’m done for the day. Pambahay is for rest and workout wear in the meantime can be for desk work and physical work. Now, I’m looking for an upgrade, for clothes that are comfortable to lounge and live in, and cute enough to take photos in.
This June, Love, Bonito introduces its fifth loungewear collection that combines comfort and function. From lounge at home to a quick lunch out, the latest from the brand is wearable in and outdoors, and made for many of our day to day activities.
What we love about the new loungewear collection? Cool, breathable fabrics and relaxed silhouettes perfect for this heat. Take your pick from silky-soft separates, lightweight sets, soft-to-the-touch jersey pieces, and ribbed knits and wares that feel like second skin. The timelessness of its designs make the selection easy to mix and match, too. Think: that sage kimono outer paired with wide-legged pants for a fuss-free but stylish WFH fit. Done for the day? Slip out of those bottoms and into the kimono’s matching shorts for maximum comfort.
Take the at-home experience up a notch and add soy wax candles to your cart. In collaboration with Pass It On, the candles up for sale are free from dyes, parabens, paraffin or phthalates and are sustainably-made including the packaging. The best part perhaps is that starting June 9, every candle sold a part of the profit goes to Eden Reforestation Projects to plant 10 trees in West Papua, Indonesia.
Sounds like a good upgrade to me.
Peep and shop the full collection here.
Art Matthew Fetalver