Remember in March when we all enthusiastically donned our most comfortable clothes, grateful to give up rigid, structured pieces and bras for now? Yes, that also seems like a vague and distant memory. Months after the pandemic, staying home and social distancing are, unfortunately, still the norm, and all the rules of fashion have really gone out the window. Some days, we dress up for no reason, experimenting with trends like fashion holes and schoolcore. Other days, we wear the same flared leggings (still LOLing about that TikTok trend) for three days in a row, ignoring any judgment from family and friends.
However, the matching sweatshirt still reigns as the ultimate quarantine uniform, especially in recent weeks when election stress has been at an all-time high. Cozy, stylish, warm, comforting – these ensembles are everything and often feel like a big material hug for the whole body. Even celebrities have turned to sporting easy-to-match looks, adding their own personal touch with shoe and accessory options, like Tracee Ellis Ross with her hoop earrings and colorful sneakers.
Go ahead and get a dose of inspiration from the sweet celebrity sweatshirt outfits we’ve seen recently, this way you too can curl up on the couch in style while watching the news (and your favorite newscaster).
The mom-to-be walked away in a neutral navy blue ensemble while heading out to New York. While she did skip her socks this time, the model and designer recently revealed that they were her trick to keep her sweat elevated.
Who says sweats can’t be cool and make statements? Skai Jackson opted for a daring tie-dye look when she left the set of Dancing With the Stars, proving that this spring and summer trend is still alive and well.
Don’t you like sweatpants? Take a tip from this model and replace it with leggings. Just be sure to coordinate your hoodie and mask too!
Ms. Bieber seems to enjoy showing off her midsection, so if you’re looking for a way to turn this cozy look into something slightly sexy, follow her lead and opt for a crop top.
As we said, the rules of fashion no longer apply. Get dressed up and add heels to your loungewear, like Kaling did with her Pangaia tracksuit.
Unfortunately cold weather is on its way. If you don’t want to wear heavy padding with your comfy and cozy outfit, a trench coat is another smart and stylish option.
The singer and actress wore this outfit early in the pandemic, but we’re still thinking about it, especially with the holidays coming up. Replacing traditional cotton with cashmere or other knitted materials is one way to make your matching outfit feel somewhat classy, while the fuller, balloon-shaped sleeves will add a modern edge.