Social distancing may mean more time at home, watching a little too much TV and picking up hobbies you'd long forgotten since childhood. But it doesn't mean you shouldn't do so in style – many career go-getters who are used to a home office know the importance of creating a routine in which they change out of their pajamas and into daywear. Here are our picks for outfits that are comfy enough to stay home in, but wouldn't look out of place on the streets, either.
The brand once known mainly for its high-quality, high-performance socks has nailed the head-to-toe look, too. Besides comfy separates that we want now, Falke also offers underpinnings that are fun and functional.
Who said suits are only good for the office? This super-comfy set of coordinating jacket/top and trousers from Whistles is wrinkle-free so you can take that video conference call from home while still looking professional.
Sweaty Betty partnered with Fearne Cotton to launch an exclusive tee for International Women's Day, which is perfect for lounging and also any home workouts. Show support for women everywhere and pair it with the brand's high-quality leggings in a fun print like this one.
A hoodie-and-track pants combo is a tried-and-tested outfit formula that never goes out of style (although some might argue neither is it ever in style). Silence those fashion naysayers with the luxury take on the grey-on-grey outfit that's totally trending this season, courtesy of Brunello Cucinelli. Cashmere home accessories are optional, but why wouldn't you?
While you're on the lookout for accessories for that couch-surfing life, consider this boucle multi-throw from Society Limonata, knit using a kaleidoscope of colours so stains won't show you happen to spill. This beautiful texture is great looks great draped casually on the arm of your sofa. It's available at Lane Crawford.