How to feel good at home
Cosy up in these loungewear looks – hibernating at home has never been so stylish.
Staying home doesn’t mean missing out – in fact, we’d like to think it means more time to relax and prepare for the swiftly approaching festive season. As soon as the evening starts to draw in, it’s time change into something more comfortable, draw the curtains and settle down with a drink of something special and, undoubtedly, a plate of delicious temptation.
Stay-at-home style might be all about comfort, but that doesn't mean you have to forgo the chic. Look to these loungewear pieces for the perfect winter wardrobe!
A perennial style homerun, leopard print will never go out of style, so this jacquard-knit sweater is sure to be a favourite in your cold-weather wardrobe year after year. The super-soft yarn and relaxed fit promise to envelop you in a cosy embrace, while the zing of yellow at the collar will give a brightening boost to every complexion.
Indoors or out, a scarf can be your best friend when outside gets icy and your home suddenly develops an inconvenient draught. Simply wrapping up a little with something soft is the easiest way to cosy up without having to bulk up. This soft-grey scarf from the Michael Kors men’s range is a go-with-anything must-have whether you’re on the sofa or enjoying a brisk walk.
There are days when it’s simply all about the hoodie. On those days, level up with a piece that makes you feel great while also nailing menswear camouflage trend for autumn/winter. The camo print on this Michael Kors hoody adds a punch of colour, while the collar detail gives that all-important wrap of warmth at the neck.
It’s so easy to reach for your favourite sweatshirt when you’re home, but on the days you feel like taking it up a notch (or to set the right tone on your Zoom calls), then this classic double-breasted menswear cardigan from Hackett London has to be your go-to. Easily to wear over casual or formal ensembles, the snug shawl collar will give you the added warmth of a scarf with none of the bulk.