How to Style Your Loungewear for Venturing Out: Cute, Cosy Looks For Every Occasion


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You’ve found yourself spending an awful lot more time in your loungewear than you originally planned for 2020, and perhaps you’re starting to feel slightly stylistically uninspired, you’re not alone! We’re all working from home, which means that we can finally ditch the office appropriate rule book and let out creativity flow, so why not take advantage of that and be a little more imaginative with your everyday outfits? Here are a few ideas to lift your spirits and integrate your most gorgeous loungewear pieces into your day to day wardrobe. Try these out, and your pure, natural lounging basics will quickly become your very best friend, promise!

Cotton Tee

The cotton tee really is the perfect closet essential, you can style it a thousand ways and still never get bored of it’s classic fit! Easy, breezy cotton crew neck tee shirts are amazing for taking those comfies out and about. Simply wear your basic tee with eye catching printed pants or statement cotton fleece trackies and some striking studded leather sandals. This is the perfect balance between luxe and leisurely.

The Long Sleeved Top

Layer your favourite long sleeved top under jackets, over camis and tees or even on top of slip skirts and dresses. A timeless, beautifully crafted natural top is going to be in your closet forever, mix and match with every item in your wardrobe and, if you choose to invest in quality, is going to love you just as much as you love it! Cashmere, cotton and cashmere silk blends give back to your skin as you wear them. Handmade natural fibres regulate your temperature, allow your skin to breath and give you a touch of tactile comfort wherever you might be wearing it. This is an elegant piece that you can wear on or off duty, that you’ll reach for time and time again.

Long Sleeve Tee Shirt: Everyday Cashmere

Printed Loungewear Pants

A pair of gorgeous pants are amazing for being a little more creative with your comfy casual dressing. Take your slim fit patterned pants from couch to, well, anywhere by dressing them up with a simple tee, slim fit blazer and some striking suede heeled sandals. You can keep it tonal and play around with one or two neutral shades, or take it as an opportunity to do some colour contrasting! Perfect pairings include khaki and black, cream and brown or pink and red.

Winter Wrap

A plush, soft cashmere wrap is a warming, comfortable staple in any closet, but you can also use it to bring a touch of style to your basic daily uniform. Layer your wrap over your shoulders to add a hint of chic to your jeans and organic cotton tee combo. This is a great opportunity to introduce a different texture and tone to your simple ensembles, perfect for spicing up your style when you still want to feel as at home as possible whilst you’re out and about or working from home. Take this opportunity to play with the idea of colour psychology, a bright and warming colour is going to make you stand out on your Zoom meetings and encourage your virtual companions to visually engage with you. You’ll also feel charged with creative, colourfulenergy as you move through your working week – which, let’s face it, we could all use a touch of at the moment!

Cashmere Robe

Robes are by no means just for bath time! A cashmere robe can bring some serious glamour and intrigue to your beautiful basic day to day outfits. Pop an eye catching toned cashmere silk blend robe over the top of a simple cami and straight leg denim get up for a graceful, breathable and comfortable look.

Try out these styling ideas and you’ll be feeling chic and cosy all winter long! Remember that your pieces have the power to brighten both your mood and your day, so they’re well worth investing your time, energy and money in. Add some skin-loving, fuzzy cosiness to every outfit with the right loungewear staples and just watch your mood lift and lighten!

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