Here’s the brand Billie Eilish’s dancers wear in her new ‘Lost Cause’ video

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It’s safe to say that many are gagged by this new era of Billie Eilish. For those already asking where to get the looks featured in the Billie Eilish “Lost Cause” video, you can actually shop it at Nordstrom right now.

When celebrities give us a chance to shop their looks, a trend is almost immediately set. Some of the looks featured in the Billie Eilish “Lost Cause” video are thanks to the brand Nia. In the video, the dancers and Billie are delivering chic, slumber-party realness with super-comfy pieces in neutral, muted tones. The video has already surpassed 20 million views since it was published on YouTube on June 2.

You can find the dancers wearing pieces like the Mid-Length Sweater Short ($40.80) as well as the Crop Terry Button-Up Shirt ($66). Not to mention, you can replicate some of the looks in the video with a variety of nude tops. Take like this Self Care Embroidered Sweatshirt and these Contour Bike Shorts, for example. 

Take a look at what the dancers are rocking in the video as well as some of Nia‘s other cozy, at-home pieces to recreate “Lost Cause” vibes with your gal pals. 

Crop Terry Button-Up Shirt, $66

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Credit: Nordstrom

This baseball-esque cropped button-up shirt gets the terry cloth treatment. Soft to the touch, this simple top is great for casual, stay-at-home vibes. 

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Camille Pullover, $68

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Credit: Nordstrom

It may be summer, but it does get chilly every now and again. Swipe this Camille Pullover with a ribbed hem and relaxed cuffs. 

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Self Care Embroidered Shorts, $49

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These Self Care Embroidered Shorts are the sweat-shorts of your dreams. Loose-fitted but tied at the waist, they’re easily a go-to when you have “nothing else to wear.”

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Self Care Embroidered Sweatshirt, $68

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Credit: Nordstrom

Coordinating sets aren’t going away anytime soon. If you want to match it up, snag the Self Care Embroidered Sweatshirt to go with the shorts. 

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Notched Neckline Hoodie, $68

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Credit: Nordstrom

This chenille-knit lounge hoodie is ideal for chillier nights in. With its fuzzy fabric, you’ll want to rock this all the way to the couch. 

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Contour Bike Shorts, $42

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Nia carries these Contour Bike Shorts to move right alongside your body. Comfortable for days when you’re running around, they’re easily the pants you pull for everyday wear. 

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Plush Sweater Joggers, $78

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Credit: Nordstrom

If you’re not ready to put away your sweats, opt for these Plush Sweater Joggers. With an adjustable tie at the front and two large pockets, these cozy pants will be your new best friend. 

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Crop Ribbed Hacci Henley, $64

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Credit: Nordstrom

This droopy crop top is perfect with jeans or sweat-shorts. With the slouchy cuffs and a button-up neckline, it’s both stylish and simple. 

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You may not be dancing around in a mansion in these bits, but clearly, they’re comfortable enough for Billie and her crew. 

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