Sweats, but make it fashion.

By Susan Brickell
April 03, 2020
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Since a majority of people are now either working from home or spending more time indoors, the hunt is on for cute, comfortable, affordable house-wear.

Whether you're catching up on the latest Netflix series, baking banana bread (because everyone is, right?), or video-chatting with colleagues, getting out of your pajamas and putting on ~real~ clothing can make you feel more like a human being in this crazy time. That being said, loungewear has quickly become a wardrobe staple, striking the perfect, cozy-meets-productive-human balance.

Even celebrities are swapping their high-fashion fits for something a little more casual. Just this week, Whitney Port posted a series of photos to Instagram showing off her "comfy" OOTD, a laidback yet put-together loungewear set. (Related: WFH-Approved Loungewear That Doesn't Make You Feel Like a Hot Mess)

Port is wearing none other than Free People's Culver City Set (Buy It, $98, freepeople.com), a super comfy, effortless loungewear two-piece set perfect for quarantine and beyond.

The breathable 100 percent cotton set includes a slouchy sweatshirt-like top that can be knotted in the front, and a pair of coordinating pleated pants with a relaxed waistband and pockets for carrying your phone, keys, and hand sanitizer—all your daily essentials. (Related: The 10 Leggings Shape Editors Are Currently Living In)


Not only is it celeb-approved, but the Free People's Culver City Set also makes getting ready in the morning *so* easy. Slip it on for Zoom sessions with your friends, family, and colleagues, or throw it on to walk your dog or to hit up the supermarket. While it might not be socially acceptable to wear pajamas in public (although coronavirus is certainly making a case for it), this two-piece set is casual while still being trendy and chic. The loungewear set also comes in an array of colors that pair nicely with your favorite outerwear and sandals or chunky sneakers.

The bad news? It's become so popular that only the bold yellow shade is available in the full size range (XS-XL)—so you'll need to act fast if you want to steal Port's at-home style. (Related: The Self-Care Items Shape Editors Are Using At Home to Stay Sane During Quarantine)

If you love the idea of work-from-home loungewear sets, Free People is your one-stop-shop for comfy, cozy two-pieces that make getting ready for another day indoors more bearable. Here, a few more favorites:



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