Hit refresh on your off duty style and take relaxing at home to new heights. Not just a chic look, these pieces are practical, comfortable and will seamlessly slip into your existing day off wardrobe
When putting together that perfect blasé, stay at home look, we suggest opting for comfy fabrics that will still look chic.
Light looser silhouettes, or more sleek tapered fits – whatever you prefer, we’ve got the perfect collection of comfy bottoms for your days off. Starting with our bestselling Palazzo Trousers. A wide leg silhouette is a hero for creating a laidback-chic ensemble. They are complete with an elasticated waistband and are crafted in flowing jersey fabric that only adds to the effortlessness.
As we are besotted with stylish details, we’ve added a bit of sports luxe to a couple of our relaxed trousers. The Chelsea and Georgie pant are both lightweight, stretchy, have a chic tapered fit and are finished with a stylish side stripe. Look out for the different colourways of the Georgie Pant to mix and match into your looks. All of our easy trousers are ideal for lounging at home in, or for elevating with a tee and leather jacket on weekends.
For a slightly more dressed up dressed down look, we’re championing a classic pair of cargo pants. The Oralie Cargo Pants are crafted in soft brushed cotton and are in a really flattering slim fit that looks as good with tees as it does knits. With classic utility inspired details, like the patch pockets and stitching patterns, these will never go out of fashion.
For your top half, you can pretty much style these with anything, but we have a few recommendations. A classic tee will never fail you, but we suggesting opting for a relaxed fit in a soft and cosy fabric, like our Ginny Top. If you need something slightly warmer, the Tess Sweatshirt will do the trick. In soft cotton sweat shirting that’s cosy yet lightweight. Or if you’re still dreaming of knitwear, our Devan Knit is the luxe layer you need.
You’ll love these pieces as much as we do.
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