Yet, now that all the meetings, events, and coffee dates on my calendar have been canceled for the foreseeable future, I’m starting to reconsider my pajamas-only work-from-home wardrobe. Luckily matching sweatsuits happen to be super comfortable and perfectly conducive for working from home, even if you have a day full of Zoom meetings scheduled.
Fashion editors everywhere are obsessed with this L.A.-based line of soft, organic-cotton sweats that are available in a rainbow’s worth of colors.
Feel-good fabric to feel your best while working from home.
Richer Poorer is an about-to-explode essentials brand that’s got your favorite kind of laid-back attire but with a stylish upgrade.
A cozy set with a powerful message. Consider a sweatsuit that says something, like this fun option from Mango’s fabulous plus size section.
This is the ultimate sweatpant/sweatshirt combo, but with sustainability at the core of its design and production. What’s not to love about a company that’s committed to minimizing its environmental impact by using recycled materials and limiting waste? This purchase is one that feels good on the body and on the mind.
For an option landing comfortably below the $60 mark, look no further than Missguided’s assortment of trendy sweat sets in cool shades of blue and green.
Missguided Khaki Zip Front Sweatshirt And Jogger Set, $57.00.
If an “elevated” sweatsuit were a real thing, this lightly tailored Club Monaco set would be it.
The brand you know and love for its slinky, patterned dresses has a much small but notable selection of cozy attire that’s just waiting to get noticed.
For a relaxed silhouette to suit a more boho-cool wardrobe aesthetic, Free People has a number of slouchy chic options.
Kim Kardashian was pretty much responsible for giving the sweatpants industry-wide fashion cred. So it only make sense that a set she’s designed for her new Skims line is one of the coolest options out there.
These cotton-blend pieces from H&M are well-priced and available in sizes XS to XXL.