5 Ways to Get Away With Loungewear at Work

Yes, we are saying that you can wear your pajamas to work. The post 5 Ways to Get Away With Loungewear at Work appeared first on theFashionSpot.

Romance Was Born Australia Resort 2018
Murral Spring 2018
Nina Agdal Gets It
Color Us Comfortable
Max Mara Spring 2018

Romance Was Born Australia Resort 2018

Australian fashion label Romance Was Born put up a stellar resort line, bringing elements of disco to loungewear in an innovative way. The brand worked with latex, lace, leather and sequins for a look that's as glam as it is comfortable. 

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Murral Spring 2018

Dressy loungewear was a big mood during Yusuke Muramatsu and Ayumi Sekiguchi's spring show. The intricate embroideries and over-the-top use of accents and pleats made the sleepwear-inspired collection a hit. This oversized number particularly stood out.

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Nina Agdal Gets It

Nina Agdal clearly got the loungewear memo and totally nailed the pajamas-on-the-street look. Teaming a relaxed printed PJ set with a leather and faux fur coat? That's our kind of loungewear aesthetic.

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Color Us Comfortable

When it comes to casual wear, colors are your friends. Use the laid-back vibes of loungewear to experiment with color clashing and get out of your comfort zone. Danish fashion blogger Maria Jernov teamed a low-key hoodie with a plaid blazer and some fierce fuchsia pants.

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Max Mara Spring 2018

No one does loungewear better than Max Mara. We love how the label played with the pajama format to create a cheeky and fun formal number. 

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In case you haven’t heard, loungewear, cousin to athleisure, is now seriously mainstream. The chic yet laid-back aesthetic of a pair of silk Gucci pajamas paired with a fresh blowout and a tote is the hottest look of the season.

But the key to the perfect loungewear ensemble lies in the details. You can’t just step out in a two-year-old sweatshirt — you have to be intentional about it. And if loungewear can be the next big thing in street style, it can also totally be a part of your work look.

Loungewear is all about polarity. A sharp blazer with a thin turtleneck sweatshirt or a caped shrug paired with your old Juicy Couture tracksuit looks high-end and experimental, not sloppy. And, of course, our favorite good ol’ matching pajamas with a quirky third element, like a kimono shrug or a leather jacket, will always get the fashion set’s approval. Here are the best ways you can wear loungewear to work.

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