Bomb Product of the Day: Glam Empire Brooke Set

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Earlier this week, we explored the 25 times our favorite celebrities rocked the athleisure trend.  Leisure wear has become much more than clothes to run errands in.  Now you can rock your sweats and sneakers or sweats and heels and be ready for a casual red carpet event.  Glam Empire is not only a Cocktails with Claire x Miss Diddy LA vendor, they also sell today’s Bomb Product of the Day, the $53 Brooke Set:

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This mustard colored sweat suit comes with a cropped, long sleeve top with an attached hoodie.  The tapered, high-waist pants are flattering for women of all sizes.

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Brooke comes in black, mustard yellow and grey.  For $53, you can purchase all three!

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I want this suit!  You can purchase here.

What do you think?  Would you rock this sweat suit?

 

You can catch more of Glam Empire at the NYC installment of Cocktails with Claire x Miss Diddy LA. See you Saturday, May 7th from 12-2pm for the ‘Breaking into Entertainment Brunch Panel.’  Join us in the evening from 5-9pm to sip, shop, mix and mingle with fashion enthusiast like yourself!  Get your tickets here.

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