Editor’s Picks: Loungewear Pieces You Can Work, Workout, and Sleep In

Editor’s Picks: Loungewear Pieces You Can Work, Workout, and Sleep In

10.13.2022Author: The Suite Staff

We all spent a substantial portion of 2020 wearing nothing but sweatpants and cozy clothes, and while our styles have shifted to bolder, more exciting colors, patterns, and clothing styles this year, there’s still always a time and a place for loungewear. But, we’re trading in our tie-dyed sets and baggy sweats for chic, tailored styles that don’t make you choose between being comfortable and looking stylish. 

Our editor rounded up her favorite loungewear pieces that you can not only lounge in, but work, workout, and sleep in too!

Airbrush High-Waist Flutter Legging by Alo Yoga

These stylish leggings are made with sculpting, performance fabric that looks just as good with a jacket and sneakers as it does with a sports bra and running shoes. The structured, flared leg creates the perfect fashion-forward work look that you’ll be comfortable in all day long.

Image Credit: Alo Yoga

The Holly Half Zip Sweatshirt by Sincerely Jules

Goodbye, all-black wardrobe! Make a statement with this sunny, insanely comfortable quarter-zip. It’s made with breathable, soft fabric that you can wear from the office to the gym – and for any errands along the way!

Image Credit: Bandier

Camille Pullover by Calé

This long-sleeved pullover looks luxurious, with dropped shoulders and deep slits on the side for enhanced mobility. The soft and stretchy jersey fabric is the perfect material for anything from lifting weights to watching Netflix.

Image Credit: Bandier

Ellie Cargo Sweatpant by NSF

These sweatpants have a relaxed feel with the elastic waistband, yet the secure cargo pockets, tailored fit, and ribbed cuffs make them stylish enough to wear to the office.

Image Credit: Bandier

Rivington Weekend Tank by WSLY

This is the perfect tank top, made from soft cotton that has a perfectly worn-in feel. The wear-everywhere tank, you can go from grinding at your desk to grinding on the treadmill without an outfit change.

Image Credit: Bandier

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