During this insane pandemic, many of us are confined to the walls of our homes working remotely and watching TV. When looking at it in the most positive (and probably unrealistic) light we can muster – we plan on taking this opportunity to wear loungewear every. single. day. until this hellfire is over. If you’re wearing jeans and still putting jackets on – good for you for retaining some normalcy. If you plan to stick to garments of the stretchy variety, read on for our recommendations of loungewear so comfortable you might even forget about the anxiety raging inside.
Exercise and loungewear for the modern human with a vintage undertone. Slip into a tracksuit chic enough to run errands in (with socially distanced caution, of course), or follow an online yoga class in workout wear you wish other people could see. A perfect blend of cool and comfy.
If jersey isn’t your thing, look to linen. For a breezier approach, In Bed sets are the ticket. A tight edit of button downs and drawstring pants offered in hues to match your sheets bring you to the height of coordinated luxury. When organization is your heaven, In Bed nails it.
The original jersey brand. If you didn’t own a pair of their Slouch Jersey Pants circa 2013 – where were your priorities? Ours have circled back to digging them out of the pyjama drawer, holes and all. Whether you’re slipping back into old comforts or updating your edit with their more modern silhouettes, Bassike jersey is waiting for you with an organic cotton embrace.
Loungewear with a conscience. Built on sustainable and recycled practices and values, Pangaia offers an edit of sweatpants, hoodies, t-shirts and more in every colour of the rainbow somehow without feeling over the top. Design forward silhouettes feature streamlined blurbs describing where and how each garment was made. A true purchase for the planet.
When loungewear and luxury meet. For the warmer days, opt for the fluid silhouettes Bondi Born has to offer. Wrinkle resistant Japanese lyocell means your house-outfit will resist 3pm expiration date. For those who want to feel like they’ve got it together, and are just embarking on a two to four week-long staycation.