“I’ve been wearing their rompers for a couple of years now,” the 33-year-old told Vogue. “When [founder Ashley Freeborn] reached out, it was probably two months into the quarantine in Los Angeles, and I had been a second grade teacher to my son for like 11 weeks — so I was like, ‘Hell yeah, I’m down to do something creative.’”
Since the Lizzie McGuire alum is a working mom — she just wrapped the final season of Younger — she was inspired to make clothing that are comfortable, stylish and comes in all different types of sizes.
“I was newly pregnant, so it was fun to create a collection of clothes that I knew would look cute on me in the moment, and then grow with me throughout the pregnancy,” she said. “It’s not maternity, but it’s size-inclusive, and looks good on everyone’s bodies.”
“Everyone’s sitting on Zoom meetings at home, so I feel like it’s comfy, but a little more chic,” the Hollywood star explained of the designs. “There’s also a floral print romper, because, I’m obsessed with anything ’70s.”
Duff’s newest endeavor has come at the perfect time — when people are staying home more and more amid the ongoing pandemic — and she couldn't be more grateful that people are sporting snug clothes.
“I'm in love with this sweatpant movement. I love big chunky sneakers. It makes so much more sense for your life,” she told Refinery29. "I'm even loving the look and feel of a little blazer and a cropped sweater. I'm talking about earlier in quarantine when I had my normal body, but comfort for sure."
The rompers are available in sizes XXS to XXXL, and there are four new styles for women that cost between $120 to $140. Additionally, there are four matching options for children, which come in sizes 3-6M to 12/13 that sell for $60 to $68. Be sure to snag some of the collection at https://smashtess.com/collections/s-t-x-hilary-duff.