It’s pretty tempting when you’re working from home to just spend the day in the same T-shirt and sweatpants you slept in. But that gets old after a while. Although you don’t need to put on a three-piece suit, you should make an effort to dress for the occasion. And there are a surprising amount of luxe loungewear looks out there that’ll make you feel put-together, even when you’re stuck on the couch. The variety of stylish loungewear is actually pretty impressive. There are ribbed sets with fashionable accents like split sleeves you won’t mind sporting out in public. There are cool loungewear dresses designed for lazy working days around the house. And the pajama trend is still very much a thing so you can wear the top with jeans or the bottoms with a tank later on. Don’t discount jumpsuits — they’re your best sartorial secret weapon right now.
The best part about investing in these pieces? You can still rock them together or separately as the season goes on. Plus, many will work in summer and once the weather cools back down again.
Check out below for the best loungewear pieces to work, relax and socialize in at home.
Pleated Ruffled Top in Turquoise ($19.90) and Pleated Pants in Turquoise ($35.90) at Zara
Bebe Ribbed Mélange Cotton Top ($170) and Ruby Ribbed Mélange Cotton Midi Skirt ($325) at Net-a-Porter
Tallulah Sleeveless Top in Langoustino ($330) and Tatum Pyjama Pants in Langoustino ($360) at Nanushka
Dijon Orange Loungewear Dress, $250 at Sleeper
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Rita Jumpsuit in Floral, $248 at Lisa Says Gah
Therese Gathered Silk-Blend Habotai Pyjama Top ($225) and Tawny Cropped Silk-Blend Habotai Pyjama Trousers ($225) at Matches Fashion
Capo Dress in Sea Horse ($180) and Alder Pant in Sea Horse ($150) at Simon Miller
Lori Oversized Turtleneck Sweater ($160) and Lori Cb Jogger Pants ($148) at Shopbop
Elegant Everywhere Jumpsuit in Burgundy, $79 at ModCloth