Introducing Our New French Terry Collection

Introducing Our New French Terry Collection

By Lindsay Tapscott

As the weather gets colder, all we want to do is feel warm and oh-so-cozy. Give us clothes that are the equivalent of a burning fire, a mug of hot tea and a really good book that you read on the couch while wrapped in a blanket: soft separates, head-to-toe knits, fuzzy feels on the skin. It’s a way of dressing that’s easy on the eyes and on our bodies, at a time of year when the chillier temperatures have us yearning for simplicity, ease and a feeling of safety. We want our clothes to be as comfortable as they are chic––relaxed without being completely dressed-down.

The Perfect Women’s Fashion Fabric for Fall and Winter

In our quest for the perfect fall-to-winter transitional threads, we’re welcoming French terry to our Sympli family of fabrics with a brand-new collection. Originally created in France, French terry is a knit fabric made primarily of cotton with loops on one side and soft piles of yarn on the other, resulting in a soft, plush texture already familiar to you from your comfiest loungewear. The fabric is mid-weight, which means it’s lighter than cold-weather sweatpants but heavier than your average T-shirt (it keeps you cool on warmer days and warm on cooler days, making it perfect for our current chilly-in-the-morning-hot-in-the-afternoon season). It’s also moisture-wicking, absorbent, and suuuuuuper-soft.

Our pieces––a range of tops and bottoms––are practical and versatile staples that lend themselves stylishly to weekends, working-from-home, or as elevated outer layers for running quick errands. They’re 95% cotton and 5% spandex, which makes them nice and stretchy, and, like all our collections here at Sympli, each piece mixes timeless style with a little bit of edge for our ever-contemporary customer.

The French Terry Boxy Sweatshirt 

Our French Terry Boxy Sweatshirt is slouchy, features a drawstring cowl neck (is there anything better for feeling burrowed in your clothes?), and has a large front pocket for tucking away your hands from the cold.

The French Terry Pullover 

The seaming detail, drop shoulder and boxy fit of this pullover adds a bit of edge to an otherwise off-duty outfit.

The French Terry Raglan Sleeve Hoodie

Raglan sleeves, a drawstring hood, and deep front patch pockets on a French terry sweatshirt––that’s fashion-speak for “cozy fall Saturday.”

The French Terry Go To Cardigan

The cardigan is a fall wardrobe essential and this one, made from French terry fabric, feels like wrapping yourself in a (stylish) blanket.

The French Terry Jogger

 These super-soft sweatpants feature a snug, stretchy waistband, side pockets with stitch detail, and a mid-length inseam that hits at the ankle.

The French Terry Wide Leg Pant

A breezy, pull-on-and-go pant with an elastic waistband and side patch pockets feels fresh and current while staying effortlessly timeless.


Top off our French terry pieces with our new Bamboo T-shirt Collection, for an extra-soft and luxurious look. Made with 95% bamboo viscose rayon and 5% spandex, our bamboo T-shirts have a soft, high-quality feel to them that’s smoother than cotton and airy on the skin. Plus, bamboo fabric naturally resists odour and moisture, making these Ts wear-anywhere essentials.

The Bamboo Crew Neck T-shirt

The quintessential T-shirt with a super-soft feel on the skin. Its boxy cut and classic crew neckline make it wearable with anything, whether you’re dressing it up with a skirt and heels or down with sweatpants and sneakers.

The Bamboo V-Neck Boxy Top

Another great top for dressing up or down, this V-neck shirt with dolman long sleeves layers well with other items and makes for a simple statement that’s anything but basic.

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