Stay Home! 9 Chic Looks for a Comfortable Quarantine
Ditch the sloppy sweats for these super-soft alternatives
Whether your city is still in official lockdown or not, your dressing needs have surely changed. Banished to the back of the closet are constricting suits and dresses. Moved forward are…well…some questionable stuff. If you’re sick of baggy sweatshirts and Ts, now may be the time to update your stay-at-home wardrobe to something a bit more stylish and luxurious. Covey scoured the internet (because you have to shop from home) and found 9 fabulous loungewear looks that run the gamut from sophisticated sleepwear to elegant indoor/outdoor outfits you’ll wear at home now and at social gatherings in the future. Lift your spirits and your WFH look with these attractive outfits.
Bryn Pajama Playsuit by Emilia Wickstead, $487
Charming and timeless, Emilia Wickstead’s Bryn Pajama Playsuit is the cotton-poplin loungewear outfit to guide your home wardrobe into an entirely new direction. The award-winning London-based designer dresses movie stars and royalty alike in designs merging modern codes with classic tradition. Achieve a personalized fit by cinching the drawstrings at the waist.
The Beryl Knit Dress by Khaite, $392
Khaite rose at a record pace to become one of the most sought-after luxury brands. Still, the brand takes care to sell only a limited number of pieces for any given design. Wear their Beryl Knit Dress for comfort and elegance at home, then wear it outside later. Featherweight 100% cashmere lends softness and ease.
Long Linen Shirt Dress by Pour Les Femmes, $335
Consider donning a timeless light blue linen shirt dress. Lightweight with long sleeves and high slits on either side, it’s a perfectly comfortable everyday look. What’s more, whenever you shop actress Robin Wright’s Pour Les Femmes socially conscious label, you’re providing skilled trade opportunities to women in conflict areas around the globe.
Tres Souple Nightdress by La Perla, $210
Being experts in both lingerie and ready-to-wear, it makes sense that legendary Italian atelier La Perla knows how to craft sumptuous, feel-good loungewear for home. Take this jersey-modal nightdress as an example. From their Tres Souple collection, it’s unlined and soft, and has an easy-to-wear stretch. Choose a peachy pink or classic black.
Delphine Jumpsuit by Ulla Johnson, $170
The New York label Ulla Johnson celebrates femininity, natural fibers, and unerring construction. Wear her playful Delphine Jumpsuit, a fun one-piece outfit, for working stylishly from home and taking virtual calls from friends. Wear it with different shoes and accessories for years to come.
San Francisco Pajama Shirt by Kilometre Paris, $700
Kilometre Paris, a brand inspired by a passion for travel, is just as chic and sophisticated for staying home. The San Francisco pajama shirt features the city’s coordinates (they’re revealed when you roll up the sleeves) as well as an embroidered representation of the famous winding Lombard Street. Made from 100% cotton, it’s light and breathable, ready for gardening, reading, or working from your home office.
Fleur PJ Top, $295, and Bedroom to Boardroom Pant, $295, by Fleur Du Mal
Luxuriate at home in 100% silk pajamas inspired by workwear. A work-from-home dream team, they’re designed for sleep or social settings…contrast piping, hip pockets, and all.
Charlie All Day Caftan by Eberjey, $139
Eberjey is one of the finest lifestyle brands around, dreaming up one top-quality swimsuit and nightdress after the next. Choose their Charlie All Day Caftan to cocoon in style. This caftan features a relaxed fit, an asymmetrical hemline, and a scooped neckline. 100% heather pima keeps things cozy, while a self-belt at the waist creates an adjustable fit.
Slip Dress by Jenni Kayne, $225
Available in blush or mint, Jenni Kayne’s slip dress is the loungewear look to live in. It wears well, dressed up or pared down, worn alone or under a jacket or sweater. Enjoy tea on your terrace in this versatile, spring- and summer-ready look.
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