We all have those days. You know. The ones when it is hard to roll out of bed, get dressed, and start the day. As an athlete, job holder, and student I know finding clothes that are comfortable for all occasions, but still look chic, can be difficult.
Certain items should be avoided on lazy days. Even though I know we all want to wear bunny slippers, sweatpants, and pajamas all day every day they do not aid in looking chic. Try out a combination of the items below to dress comfortably and look your best!
The Bulky Sweater
My go-to comfy outfit in the winter is a combination of a sweater, leggings, and boots or Nike’s. One of my favorite items in my closet is a turtleneck sweater from Zara. This sweater can be dressed up or dressed down and worn with leggings or jeans, depending on my level of laziness for the day! I personally bought this sweater slightly too big so that it would be even more comfortable for lounging. I love the comfort of a turtleneck and the fact that it is warm and fashionable.
Second, a pair of black workout or dressy leggings is much needed. I personally love Lululemons plain black long leggings because they make it easy to change when I am going straight to a workout, and I can also dress them up with a sweater and boots.
The Perfect Shoes
Third, shoes can make a huge difference in your daily comfort. I recommend either a pair of knee high boots to dress your outfit up or classy Nike running shoes to maintain a casual look.
The Shirt Dress
As we enter the spring season, I also find it necessary to have a comfy outfit on the cooler side. On warmer days, I tend to reach for a T-shirt dress, Birkenstocks, and a sweater. This shirt dress from Forever 21 is a perfect example of what to wear in the spring. It is as comfortable as a T-shirt, yet still looks stylish. Pair it with Birkenstocks and a Nordstrom cardigan and you are set!
By simply owning the above items, you can build an outfit to wear for nearly any occasion. Whether you need to be dressed for a meeting or want to be comfortable for class, it is possible to be lazy and look chic.
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