It’s undeniable, we’ve all logged some major hours at home this year. We’ve also had our fair share of pj’s that turned into daywear and our once workout-designated leggings seem to be the most often grabbed for. Still, we can wave goodbye to the ratty t-shirts and sweats, and say hello to intentional loungewear. Rather than winter wear focused on holiday parties and stylish coats, this year’s fashion has shifted as we’ve fully embraced the work-from-the-couch life—without totally tossing all notions of style out the window.
There’s something so amazing about a look that’s cozy enough to wear all day long, but stylish enough to work for a zoom meeting or to run to the grocery store.
We’ve been keeping tabs on some of the best loungewear lines that have been cropping up, and they are good. While our favorites are the chic matching sets, these brands offer beautiful options for cozy sweaters, easy jumpsuits, and more. Scroll on for some of our favorites, and help us all out by dropping in the comments any other brands we should check out!
The celeb-favorite, L.A.-based label delivers that effortless “I-just-threw-this-on” loungewear look. They have a bunch of undeniably chic, minimal matching sets. Model is wearing the Bella Oversized Hoodie with the Bella Jogger Pant and the Bella Shawl Collar Coat.
Timeless styling and thoughtful branding, this line excludes more than just good style. Their beautiful pieces celebrate women of all backgrounds, races, and shapes with sizes that range from 0-18. They sold out of 3/4 the collection within the first 24 hours—this stuff is good people. Model is wearing the Pearl Gate set.
Started by two besties, this line is inspired by the warmth of the Pacific Northwest. Sunny, effortless, and full of neutral tones, these pieces are easy breezy. Their sweaters and sweatshirts are a dream! Model is wearing the Devon Sweater Set in ivory.
Chunky knit sweaters, sleek sweatsuits, and cashmere pants. They’re a little on the pricey side, but you’ll get so much wear out of these pieces. Their separates can just as easily be paired with heels as they can with slippers. Model is wearing the Aprés Sweatshirt and the Aprés Jogger.
Jenny Kayne can do no wrong, and their loungewear is no different. From luxe PJ sets to soft sweaters and sweats, these clothes make downtime dreamy. Model is wearing the Silk Pajama Top and the Silk Pajama Pant.
This lux linen brand came out with a line of stonewashed cotton waffle sweatsuits earlier this year and they’re just as good (and soft!) as their amazing sheets. Model is wearing the Waffle Lounge Set.
Made sustainably in Los Angeles with non-toxic, natural, and organic materials, Mate The Label offers mix and match sets in a perfectly muted color palette. Model is wearing the Tencel Sleep Tee Dress.
With a focus on fair labor practice, the sustainable line is all about simple and slightly retro styles, from sweatsuits to ribbed sets to jumpsuits. Model wears Ribbed Lounge Pant and Ribbed Relaxed Longsleeve.
Simple, chic and oh-so-soft, Eberjey makes the kind of pj’s and loungewear you truly never will want to take off. Model wears the Gisele Long PJ Set.
With a focus on giving back to charities, Up West uses recycled shipping material and eco-friendly fabrics for their merch. Model wears Reversible Front-Twist Cardigan Sweatshirt.