Mono B is the female-led Los Angeles-based athleisure brand that has been bringing you the best styles in activewear since 2015.

As a brand that started in women’s contemporary clothes in 2010, Mono B took a turn in the right direction and started creating women’s athleisure that were comfortable, stylish and affordable. 

Mono B has had great success with their women’s line, continuously bringing new styles and patterns your way so that you can allow your clothes to not only fit your lifestyle but your personal style. Now, a big step for the company is their menswear line. Mono B’s menswear was designed with the women’s line in mind, a line that was inclusive, fashionable and stylish. 

The new collection drop has some of Mono B’s best looks yet and sets that can be matched for both the men’s and women’s lines. 

Badlands Cord Sweatshirt $41:

The Badland chord sweatshirt is a round-neck shirt with kangaroo-style pockets. Coming in both black and natural colours the sweater is the perfect shirt for your athleisure days, whether you’re heading to the gym or just hanging around the house. It has a matching jogger with an elastic waistband and cuffed bottom. 

Eclipse Sweat Shorts $44: 

The style of sweat shorts is perfect for any activity. Keeping it cool but comfortable in the summer the shorts are made of 100% cotton. The shorts have an elastic waistband and 3 pockets, coming in sizes S-XL. 

Essential Cool Touch Tee $26: 

Everyone needs an essential tee, especially guys. These essential tees are made of a nylon-spandex blend that makes it cool to the touch, and perfect for those hot workouts. The cool touch tee has a 4-way stretch and moisture-wicking technology to keep you dry. 

Seamless Sweat Shorts $47: 

A perfect transition from the gym to the street, these seamless shorts can be versatile for any outfit. The thin cotton material allows for comfort but also a stylish way to make these perfect for a day out rather than a day at the gym, with an unfinished hem, elastic waist and zipper pockets. 

Article published by HOLR Magazine