We’ve been looking for ways to make comfortable clothes fashionable since whoever invented the “toga” — which, however you look at it, is a sheet.
Still, ask most women and they’ll tell you they have “at home” clothes and “going out” clothes.
Depending on their category, our clothes get very different treatments: the fancy dress goes on a scented hanger that takes up the wardrobe space of five T-shirts; the track pants stay crumpled up on the floor.
In the spirit of equality, it’s time to give your at-homers an outing. Like Marie Kondo says, respect all your clothes, treat them with love. Show them a good time.
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Sportluxe, athleisure, sleepwear-as-daywear—you can buy on-trend pieces at most stores.
Hot tip: you can also probably just find them under your bed.
1. Your track pants are actually an aggressively cool statement piece.
Just add jewellery, layer a shirt, tousle your hair, and you’re good to go.
In fact, you can dress up this look in general simply by adding things: a coat, a scarf, a clutch or three, and of course, large sunglasses.
2. Don’t diss your leggings.
Who cares if Kim Kardashian is on her way to the gym in this photo (to be honest, the caption does leave it kind of ambiguous)? She looks like some kind of futuristic space queen, in clothes that literally all of us own.
It’s time to leave the “Are leggings pants or not?” debacle behind us. No one really cares if they are or not — they are stretchy, and easy to move in, and look hella good.
#TBT I stay working out ???? A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Apr 28, 2016 at 6:10pm PDT