Amy Schumer's taking her love of sweatpants to the next level by launching a clothing line inspired by them. Yes, I'm talking about the comedian. And yes, I said a sweatpants-inspired clothing line. I'm just as confused, intrigued, and curious as you are. Let's investigate, shall we?

Schumer teamed up with stylist and friend Leesa Evans — whom she first met on the set of her movie "Trainwreck" — to build a 23-piece clothing collection meant to be soft as a cloud. The name? Le Cloud. Obviously.

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"Amy is always asking me, ‘Does it feel like a cloud?’ before she puts anything on," told InStyle. "I kept trying to find the sweatpants alternative that had both comfort and style and that was appropriate to go to meetings, out with friends, to a movie, all over." This led to the birth of their collaboration.

The 23-piece minimalist line consists of tops, skirts, dresses, pants, and jackets in neutral shades like camel, navy, black, and hunter green. The fabric choices, like scuba and crêpe, hold their shape while keeping you comfy AF. "You can walk in a room and not worry about your clothes anymore: ‘Is this showing? Is this pulling?'" Schumer said.

More important, the styles all range from sizes 0 to 20, and plans are in place to extend the range to a size 40 after the initial launch.

"My instinct is to be authentic and to empower women of all ages and sizes to do the same. We are making beautiful, comfortable, and wearable clothing that is accessible to real women. A Le Cloud customer will feel confident and powerful when wearing these pieces," Schumer told WWD.

"When designing Le Cloud we approached each style with the goal of creating shapes that make women feel good about themselves, so their unique personalities can shine through," Evans added. "It’s both an emotional and positive connection to clothing that we’re trying to create through our brand."

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Oh, and apparently that statement made men on Twitter really mad. Because obviously they understand what it's like to be a woman shamed for the body she was born with. Men are very smart.

But Schumer made it perfectly clear how she feels about idiot people online.

With all that being said, I found some behind-the-scenes photos of Schumer, Evans, and their friends Bridget Everett and Marina Franklin modeling the clothes. I must say, they do manage to make the comfy/cozy aesthetic look chic. I would love to get my hands on a few of these pieces.

While many thought the whole thing was an elaborate joke at first, fans seem to be incredibly excited now that they've gotten a glimpse.

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The entire 23-piece collection launches on December 13. Follow the Instagram @lecloudclothing for updates and head to the website lecloudclothing.com for any inquiries.