Self-isolation and online classes do, in fact, have some perks: endless Netflix binge sessions, shameless snacking and, perhaps most importantly, the dress code (or the lack thereof). Working and studying from the comfort of your own home allows for daily comfy clothes. But who says you can’t serve looks in sweats? Hit up these online shopping services for all of your dressed-down desires.
I am constantly raving about Target’s adorable and affordable fashion. They offer an excellent selection of cozy basics with prices that won’t break the bank. Lately, I’ve been obsessing over their coordinating sweat sets. I stocked up while shopping in-store last week and have been living in them, especially the tie-dye options!
Though they can be a little pricier, Urban Outfitters is the place to go for anyone looking for some funkier loungewear options. From vintage tees to Champion hoodies, Urban Outfitters’ online shop has so many options for your online learning looks. I love their “Out From Under” soft tees and “Urban Renewal” oversized sweats!
I recently discovered Brown Dyed Girl’s account via Hannah Godwin’s Instagram stories with her boyfriend, Dylan Barbour. The Bachelor alumni flaunted matching grey tie-dye sweatsuits, and I was instantly obsessed! Since many minor celebs have shown off their own sets, the brand has expanded beyond Instagram to their very own online store.
Aerie, a sub-brand of American Eagle Outfitters, is well known for its message of inclusivity and body positivity. This high-quality message is matched by the quality of their products. Between their many sales and awesome rewards program, Aerie’s top-notch lingerie and loungewear runs at a very reasonable price. Their oversized crewnecks and t-shirts are arguably the most reached for items in my closet.
H&M has been my go-to store for basics for years, and their sweats are no exception. From sleek and simple joggers to bold graphic hoodies, their loungewear selection is cute and cozy all at once. Their classic designs make comfy clothes look far from sloppy.
Since in-store shopping has been made impossible in some areas around the United States, local businesses and boutiques are suffering. Though most of my go-to boutiques have been forced to close their doors, many have begun to offer local delivery services. Be on the lookout for updates on your local clothing store’s social media and websites on their plans for the upcoming weeks and months.