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.
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.
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.
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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