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Outfit Ideas for Lazy Girls

Outfit Ideas for Lazy Girls Let’s be honest: You would rather sit around your house and do nothing than go out in something uncomfortable. (Us too.) The good news is that loungewear has come a long way in recent years. Not only are there a lot of options, but loose, comfy clothes are actually really trendy.

Now you can go from a day out with your friends to collapsing onto the couch without feeling the need to change into something more comfortable. You can even wear sweatpants to a bar, provided you call them “joggers.” We’re living in a golden age of comfy dressing — a lazy girl’s fashion paradise. Here are some ideas for outfits you can wear if you are too lazy:

#1 Jeggings + Knit sweater + Scarf

This outfit is a no-brainer that can be whipped out for a day-long study session at a coffee shop or the library. A knit sweater – especially one made from a non-itchy, breathable material – looks effortlessly stylish and pairs perfectly with those go-to jeggings. Finish with scarf, cute stud earrings, and boots.

#2 Maxi skirt + Tee + Jacket

Maxi skirts are great for comfort because they keep you warm, covered, and have a loose-fitting waist. Pair it with your favorite t-shirt and a jacket, then finish with a bright swipe of lip color. I personally love Sugar lip treatment because it goes on thick and moisturizes your lips like a balm would, but also provides a bright pop of color. Outfit ideas for lazy girls

#3 Oversized sweater + Rustic accessories

Another great way to compensate for a lazy outfit is to add several stylish accessories. This tunic sweater will look awesome with leggings and boot socks tucked into a pair of riding boots. Add chic fingerless gloves and a headwrap to complete the ensemble.

#4 Slouchy pants + Tank top + Cropped jacket

Harem or slouchy patterned pants are soft, breathable, and feel almost like silky pajama pants! They’re a fantastic piece to have on hand when you feel lazy but want to look chic. Tie up the outfit with a tank top, a cropped jacket, and a printed headwrap.

#5 Chic activewear

I know that many would disagree with me, but I personally see no shame in wearing chic activewear while running errands, going to class, or studying. Other people will assume that you’re on your way to or from the gym – and who knows, your ensemble might motivate you to make time to work out! Thick yoga pants are comfortable and provide a lot of coverage. Pair them with a v-neck tee, a sporty jacket, and a watch.

 

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