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This article was published on December 11 and updated on December 12/em>

Aleali May is selling the secrets to her impeccable style through her new fashion label, Mayde Worldwide.

Mayde recently launched an olive green collection of basics, including fitted tanks, roomy pullovers, and comfy-looking sweats — all crafted according to May's fashion taste.

Available now on Mayde's website, the olive staples embody the essence of May's approach to dressing — a perfect blend of masculine and feminine elements executed through versatile streetwear pieces.

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Mayde's pieces can fit many occasions, from lounging to an outing with the girls. It's just up to how the wearer – as the internet would say — puts it on.

The olive drop is merely a follow-up to the brand's inaugural cobalt blue drop, which kicked the Mayde train off in November.

Like the olive rollout, Mayde's first release also featured wardrobe classics like cropped tanks, hoodies, biker shorts, and sweats dripped out in a tasteful cobalt hue.

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Having already restocked some pieces while few sizes remain for others, Mayde has become quite the hit, especially amongst longtime fans of the fly dresser.

Though the designer-stylist is no stranger to the world of luxury fashion, she crafted her unisex brand with accessibility in mind, with prices just below $200 and sizes ranging up to 4XL.

"The brief was to distill Aleali [May] 's inspirations and create pieces that would mix with runway samples and everyday staples," Mayde's website reads. "Dramatic oversized silhouettes and fitted pieces that contour and compliment any fit."

It's also worth mentioning that Mayde's garments are produced right out of Los Angeles, May's hometown and the inspiration behind her head-turning looks and Jordan shoe collaborations.

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In November 2021, May teased the idea of a separate fashion label during the launch of her Barbie doll collaboration, which included a limited release and a one-of-one doll.

Her one-off doll, which went up for a private auction, came with a lace-up leather two-piece sample from her "personal line," which she'd be working on alongside Thirtynineseven's founder Marquel — per May herself.

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Representatives from May's team confirmed the leather ensemble is indeed a part of this "personal line," which is unrelated to Mayde Worldwide.

So, in addition to Mayde, May will be blessing us with another fashion project down the road.

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Until May's next move, we'll happily partaking these cozy basics from Mayde.

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