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I saw these Sweaty Betty winter apparel pieces. on the Anthropologie website.

 

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Although, obviously for skiing, they remind me of pajamas!

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They do look like perfect outdoor sporty clothing for winter sports, of course underneath other clothes!   They are cute and look like they'll keep you warm.  I have a few turtleneck thermal tops from LL Bean and they work well for me.   They are just solid colors though.

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I don't need anything like this, but I do like the second one with the white stripe on solid navy.  I don't care for the brand name at all. 

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This is a well established contemporary high quality athletic brand. Also sold at other retailers like Nordstrom.

 

Unless the brand name violates decencies such as racism, misogyny, homophobia, or celebrating/promoting rape, murder, crimes against children etc, I have no issue with brand names selected by owners or companies that own them. 


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The pieces are also meant to be worn separately and aren't meant to be just for skiing. The patterned leggings can be worn with solid tops and sweaters, and the fair isle tops would go with jeans or other pants. The ones I clicked on were also washable. The Sweaty Betty brand is a known brand carried by various retailers as stated by another poster. I like the vest and the cowl neck with the skiers on it most.

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@Chi-town girl wrote:

This is a well established contemporary high quality athletic brand. Also sold at other retailers like Nordstrom.

 

Unless the brand name violates decencies such as racism, misogyny, homophobia, or celebrating/promoting rape, murder, crimes against children etc, I have no issue with brand names selected by owners or companies that own them. 


@Chi-town girl 

I totally understand your comments. I have heard of the brand before. I just don't care for the name. I think it's a bit "icky". JMO.