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9 places to buy loungewear so you aren’t wearing pyjamas 24/7

Posted: 25 March 2020 3:34 pm
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Here are a bunch of brands that sell fuego loungewear for your self-isolation.

Whether you're working from home, looking after the kids or on your ninth episode of Grey's Anatomy in a row – a lot of well-behaving human beings are spending the majority of their time indoors in an attempt to flatten the coronavirus curve. Claps for you.

This means you're likely chilling out in some comfy threads and if you're wearing jeans – please stop. However, as we've been told, the best way to stay mentally sane and productive during our time in self-isolation is to develop a routine and not become a couch potato that wears pyjamas 24/7. Sure it sounds like a good idea for the first week, but that gig will get old real quick.

Introducing, loungewear. It's the luxe version trackie daks you didn't know you needed, and right now is the perfect time to get yourself a few outfits.

SO below are our top brands to get shopping for some cute loungewear that you can totally wear on a virtual date too.

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1. Nasty Gal

Nasty Gal is easily one of the best places to shop for loungewear. There is a range of style and fabrics that suit all tastes. I actually already own a few styles, and you simply cannot get me out of 'em.


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2. Bonds

Of course, we had to include our Aussie born and raised brand, Bonds. I don't think I've found a brand with comfier pants. I've looked. I've tried. It's the BEST.

The brand stocks mens, womens and kids loungewear too, so you can get something for your partner, roomie or the whole fam.


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3. PrettyLittleThing

I'm pretty sure if I didn't include PrettyLittleThing on this list, I'd be committing a felony.

Not only does PrettyLittleThing have a wide range of loungewear outfits, but it has a super-inclusive size range too. It has its original range as well as Plus, Shape, Tall and Petite for women of all shapes and sizes.


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4. THE ICONIC

If you're looking for loungewear a little on the luxe side, then THE ICONIC has got you covered. It stocks Assembly Label, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and lots of other brands to fulfil your boujee work-from-home fantasy.

Plus, these items are super high quality so you can legit wear them every day and they will last you till kingdom come. Just make sure you wash 'em.


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5. ASOS

ASOS is a one-stop shop for literally all your needs. It stocks a range of items including, of course, loungewear. There are a number of brands to choose from, but you can also check out the line of loungewear from ASOS Design, which is a super affordable option with really good quality for the price point.


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6. boohoo

Another UK retailer worth checking out is boohoo. The loungewear section of the site literally has hundreds of items in a range of colours, fabrics and styles that are all perfect for a fabulous day at home.

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7. Glassons

For loungewear that is a little more on the formal side, check out Glassons. The range of knit jumpers is to-die-for, and it has recently launched a line that is made out of 98% recycled fibres. We stan environmentally friendly lounge, yes we do!

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8. Cotton On

We couldn't leave out Cotton On – especially when we're talking comfy clothing! I've been shopping at Cotton On since I was 14 and honestly, it's never let me down.

It also has a super cute range of graphic tees that can give your loungewear look a nice lil' edgy vibe.


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9. Target Australia

Last but most definitely not least is household favourite, Target. I'm convinced there isn't a problem in this world that a trip to Target cannot fix. In this case, it's a trip to its online store but details, details.

It is another super affordable option for some work-from-home gear that isn't your Disney-themed pyjama pants that you've owned for seven years.

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