Your fluffy bedroom slippers have never looked as appealing as they do right now. If you're lucky enough to be working from home, you're probably sitting on your couch, feet propped up on the coffee table, an ultra-soft pair waiting for you on the floor. Now, make the most of that plush pile and style it with pieces worthy of a long-awaited day in the sun. Here, our suggestions!
1. Floral minidress
A daster, but make it fashion. Camille Co advises you to eschew your usual lazy house threads for a pretty frock that'll help you feel a ton more put-together (a prerequisite, we think, to productivity). Bust out that bloom-dusted minidress you usually reserve for posh little brunch parties.
2. Jeans and a T-shirt
Seriously, no one ever said your fave denims couldn't be worn exclusively indoors. Throw on one of your go-to pairs and turn a trusty, extra large pambahay tee cool, cool, cool. Renee de Guzman concurs! Just add a pageboy cap (and your personal protective gear) if you're heading to grab groceries.
3. Animal print pajamas
We concede—pajamas are a totally valid choice, so long as they're fabulous like Bea Soriano Dee's animal print Acne Studios set. Lounge in the wild and don a fun mix of patterns: Zoom in to spot zebra stripes and leopard spots.
4. Cotton caftan
That loose, billowing cotton caftan you normally use as a beachside coverup can work hard, too. Heart Evangelista agrees. Should you find yourself with a puzzling shortage of similar stuff, your big brother's enormous linen button-down will do just fine. Go on, steal it.
We've already predicted the meteoric rise of this dauntingly second-skin trend before. First there were rompers, and then came the return of bike shorts...so what do you get when you combine both? The unitard, naturally. UGG's new line of delightfully fuzzy sandals are no-brainer add-ons, no mental gymnastics needed...although you're perfectly welcome to start cartwheeling in this somersault-friendly one-piece.