30 No-Brainer Weekend Outfits To Copy Now

Having to overthink getting dressed on the weekends just isn't on our to-do list (with brunch plans, adventures, and getaways, there truly isn't time). Fortunately, a lot of what's on-trend at the moment is exactly what we'd want to wear on a Saturday or Sunday: Fashion is all about the graphic tees, track pants, sneakers, and overall athleisure aesthetic, and frankly, so are we.

Since you put enough thought into your office outfits, you owe it to yourself to take it easy on the weekends — but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice style. That's why we've rounded up 30 throw-on-and-go looks that don't try too hard, and we're giving you full permission to copy them the next time you're not entirely sure what to wear.
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Photo via @hellojewlie.
Wrap yourself up in a chunky sweater; there's nothing better than clothes that double as blankets.
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Photo via @lusttforlife.
Rest your jacket on your shoulder, rather than slipping your arms through for some immediate street style cred.
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Photo via @giacohh.
Blazers may feel like a weekday staple, but you can dress yours down with cropped pants and espadrilles.
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Photo via @monicanoz.
Adidas, Vans...the gang's all here.
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Photo via @clarevivier.
We can't wait to copy this look after Labor Day.
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Photo via @cyndiramirez.
Pair a graphic tee with a wrap skirt and some walkable loafers.
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Photo via @gabifresh.
A bomber jacket is just one of those pieces you can live in.
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Photo via @gildaambrosio.
Embrace the slouch.
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Photo via @emilyelaineoberg.
Basketball shorts and heels make for a more unexpected combination.
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Photo via @kristengracelam.
Basket bags work just as well for brunch as they do for the farmer's market.
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Photo via @xosubrina.
Stan Smiths never go out of style.
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Pajamas. Literally, just wear your pajamas.
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Photo via @alwaysjudging.
A graphic tee and a bit of leather make for a badass look without trying too hard.
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Photo via @gabrielapelletier.
Take off in an all-white, tee-and-culottes look.
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Photo via @dylanasuarez.
Denim-on-denim is comfortable, while still looking put-together.
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Photo via @carlottiica.
Slides and oversized trousers are a match made in heaven.
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Photo via @rachelcomey.
A little sparkle goes a long way.
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Photo via @amandaaamus.
Nope, you're still not too old for overalls.
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Photo via @haleboyd.
Complete a camisole and jeans with a mini pouch and some slip-on sandals.
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Photo via @natalieoffduty.
Errand-running outfit, solved.
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Photo via @double3xposure.
Play with proportions, like an oversized sweater and cut-off shorts.
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Photo via @naomishimada.
Toughen up a ruffled dress with some bright sneaks.
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Photo via @ceceolisa.
Skip one more hair-washing by embracing the dad hat.
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Photo via @jessifrederick.
If you're going to do a heel on the weekend, make it a mule.
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Photo via @ciprianaquann.
To accessorize a floral dress, try a drawstring bag.
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Photo via @pepamack.
Balance an oversized jacket with a miniskrt and loafers.
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Photo via @amaeiliafay.
Can't go wrong with a Harley shirt and some Birkenstocks.
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Photo via @marinaingvarsson.
Don't be afraid to let your pants drag a bit.
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Photo via @taylranne.
An off-the-shoulder top pairs well with a silk scarf.
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Photo via @brittanybathgate.
A vest over a button-up is ideal for transitional weather.