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#WFH Loungewear

Let’s talk loungewear, because let’s be honest… who’s actually getting “dressed” these days? In case any one is wondering, WFH = Work From Home. (I may or may not have had to look this up in the not-so-distant past).


I’m going to round-up a few of my favorite go-to pieces, and a couple of items that I’ve heard rave reviews about in case anyone wants to try them or has tried them and can report back. Here we go!


Pact

I love Pact! They have affordable organic and sustainable clothing. Their leggings are super comfortable, as are their sweaters and hoodies. Basically you can cover almost all of your loungewear needs from Pact, and feel good about them! (PS. for all of the mamas or mamas-to-be out there, I just saw that they introduced a maternity line).



VIA PACT


Everlane

Everlane is probably my favorite company for clothing. In terms of loungewear, you’ll find leggings, joggers, sweaters, sweatshirts, slippers etc. here. Why I love Everlane is because they focus on longevity, sustainability and a good working environment for the people actually making their clothes.


VIA EVERLANE



LL Bean

If you are also a New Englander, this one shouldn’t come as too much of a shock. LL Bean flannels are hands down the most cozy and comfortable. They also make great sweaters and pull-overs.


VIA LL BEAN



Thrifted Finds

I love finding thrifted sweaters or sweatshirts-- it helps give them a second-life, and they’re usually perfectly worn-in!


Parachute

I’ve heard rave reviews about Parachute’s robes. I don’t personally own one, but they come highly recommended. If any of you have tried these, I'd love to hear about them!


Mate the Label

Also worth mentioning-- I constantly get ads from Mate the Label! To be honest, their loungewear looks amazing and their company seems eco-conscious, which I love. Can anyone confirm or deny the amazing-ness of their loungewear?


What are your go-to loungewear items? I would love to hear from you!


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