Olivia Picton en Fashion Fan, Fashion, Fashion and Beauty 4/12/2017 · 2 min de lectura · +200

Comfy is the New in For Fashion

 Comfy is the New in For Fashion

Any ideal outfit would give you the comfortable freedom to lounge on your couch in any position desired and still make you look presentable for when you do need to step out to see your friends or run some errands. Thankfully, loungewear is trending and looks better than ever before as loose and comfortable clothing continues to gain attention in street wear. You no longer have to feel underdressed with the right pair of sweatpants and baggy tee, provided that they are the right types of sweatpants and baggy tee. With a few simple wardrobe hacks, you too can wear loungewear anywhere and still look amazing.

1.Clean out your closet

It may seem like a daunting task, but all those uncomfortable clothes are crowding your options. You know you’re never going to wear it so get rid of it. Either store these articles of clothing out of sight or donate them. Only then you’ll be able to see the true potential of your closet and what you already have to work with.

2.Shop for new clothing in a limited amount of stores

Most clothing lines have their own unique vibes. Pick around three that match your style and price range. Exhaust those options rather than wasting time and money at a bunch of different stores. If possible, research the shop’s online listings to get an idea of what you like before wandering in and being lost. A good example is the lularoe price list.

3.Basics Are Everything

If you buy clothing in neutral colors and plain designs, then putting outfits together becomes increasingly easy because every piece will match effortlessly. This also means you’re significantly cutting down on the time spent getting dressed since you can literally pull any two articles of clothing on and not have to worry about whether they match.

4.Statement Pieces Can Only Add to Your Outfits

That one colorful accessory might be all you need to make your outfit pop! Again, don’t overdo this.

5 Invest in Simple Fits.

The more buttons and laces on a piece of clothing, the more time it takes to put on and take off. Of course, there is also the extra maintenance required to care for delicate materials. Always go with the more stretchy fabrics. Clothing with too many embellishments is at risk of snagging or breakage, which will eventually look sloppy.