With COVID-19 restrictions relaxing around the country, many of us are slowly easing ourselves back to reality where those stained, stretched and sloppy ‘inside’ clothes we’ve been in for months might no longer cut it.
Helping make the transition from sweatpants to, well... real pants a little easier is a style of clothing that sits somewhere between the two: loungewear.
Loungewear is, in general, a bit more tailored, sleek and chic than regular PJs but still just as soft and comfy, meaning you can go from a binge session on the couch to a coffee date without having to change your outfit.
Several Aussie Instagram influencers have fallen head over heels for a cute long sleeve sweater top and shorts set from Amazon that fits the bill perfectly.
The Zesica two-piece features a cropped, crew neck sweater with a bubble sleeve and a pair of hi-waisted drawstring shorts both of which come in a super soft fabric and an oversized fit.
With sets starting at a cheap and cheerful $50 and with 13 different hues and prints available, it might be hard to stop at just one as Brittany Ferdinands of @brittany_daisy admitted.
“So affordable and easy for those cold mornings but warm days,” she captioned an Insta snap of herself sporting the baby blue set.
“I want it in every colour but proud of myself for choosing this pretty blue first instead of going for beige as usual,” she added.
Brittany elevated her set with a white crop cami and chunky sneakers, draping the sweater over her shoulders.
Influencer Crystal Wang dubbed her lilac two-piece “this weekend’s uniform” while Kristy Cross wore her grey set at home with her one-year-old.
Staying with the inside-clothes-for-wearing-outside theme, Kmart shoppers have been loving this $20 robe that looks amazing when worn as a kimono-style jacket over a top and jeans.
Elsewhere, Best&Less fans have been stocking up on the store’s range of $18 maxi dresses in readiness for the warmer weather to come.
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