The Fashion Girl’s Guide To Lazy-Day Outfits

Getting dressed up in a new LBD and trendy heels is fun. But, on those evenings when your PJs and the couch seem way better than a party, slipping into that not-so-comfortable outfit is not super appealing. That's why we bow down to some of our all-time favorite designers, like Marc Jacobs and Proenza Schouler, for turning cozy gear into acceptable night-out attire. Below, see five of the best fancy-meets-comfy catwalk moments and how to shop each. Sweats never looked so good.
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The Oversize Tee: As Seen At Marc By Marc Jacobs
Make a baggy tee going-out ready by layering a long-sleeved style underneath to add depth. Loose trousers with a fun print up the cozy-cute factor.

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The All-White Ensemble: As Seen At Tibi
You'll feel instantly polished in monochromatic sweats. (That’s right: “Polished” and “sweats” can coexist.)

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The Skirt-Sweatshirt Combo: As Seen At Proenza Schouler
If you have to wear a skirt, make it a swingy style with extra movement. A sweatshirt balances out the girliness. 

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The Layered Outfit: As Seen At Creatures Of Comfort
To stay extra warm, go for the sexy-layered vibe (yes, it exists). Pair your work button-front with a crop top — much cooler than a full, chunky knit — and add flowy trousers.

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The Comfortable Suit: As Seen At Rag & Bone
If you're going for sophisticated, a suit can work wonders. But, instead of choosing a boxy style in a stiff fabric, try a billowing, silk option — you'll feel like you're wearing pajamas, but look glamorous.

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