Doing loungewear well (as with relaxing itself) can involve different approaches. Classic, crisp cotton pyjamas will always look luxe. Team with a well-fitting crew neck tee and choose a muted colour palette such as chalky grey or duck egg blue to give off mellow, relaxed vibes. If you’re in the position of a well-heated abode, go for simple shorts and an optional tee.
On the flip side, opt for the more modern variant of cuffed joggers – making sure they’re not cut too short – a tee and a sweatshirt or hoodie. Keep the shapes slim cut and match tonally to look pulled-together. Slippers look a lot more chic than rumpled socks and a luxurious robe is the essential for bath to book to bed.
“Take inspo from the greats”
Slick loungewear can almost give a reason to relax. Embrace the whole of the wind-down routine. For pre-slumber, nab yourself a woody scented candle, a nourishing moisturiser and a rejuvenating serum. Morning, claim back that precious pre-commute moment with a coffee and the paper.
Christmas, of all times, is when you need rest the most and when your nesting wardrobe looks so good, who wouldn’t want to loaf? We, gentlemen, deserve the time off.