As long chilly nights come creeping in, I can’t think of a better time to get yourself some some cozy outfits for fall and winter! I’m talking ribbed knit sets, luxe pajamas, and fleece pullovers (or jackets) that allow you to fully embrace that work from home life. These days, loungewear is never too casual to wear out. When styled intentionally, you can rock these cozier fits as you’re running errands or even meeting someone over coffee. Ahead, I’m sharing some of the looks I’ve been living in. Most of them are so affordable and super easy to recreate!
Workout Set, Coatigan & Neutral Sneakers
Ribbed workout sets are so addictive lately. I never want to take it off the minute I slip into one. I’ve been obsessed with this particular set from Amazon – it completely lives up to its raving reviews! I now have it in multiple colors and keep it on heavy rotation. The neutral color options make it super easy to elevate to new heights. You just need to complete your look with a coatigan and structured bag.
Anything sherpa or shearling is the epitome of cozy – even if it isn’t real. The soft, plush texture feels like heaven on the skin and is warmer than any other fabric. You can wear full-blown sherpa sets or reach for a fleece pullover. Either way, you’ll embody the best cozy chic vibes of the season.
Madewell Cardigan (exact style sold out, similar here) | Nordstrom White Tee | Spanx Faux Leather Leggings | Saint Laurent College Bag (large size) | Adidas Swift Run Sneakers (on sale now!) | NY Yankees Cap
Cardigan, Basic Tee & Faux Leather Leggings
Here’s a simple laidback combination that I always resort to when I’m cold and don’t know what to wear. The cardigan feels elevated enough and wraps you up in maximum comfort. I also swear by these faux leather leggings when I want to feel snug but look polished. It delivers on that every time!
A sweatsuit goes without saying this season. They’ve achieved cult status and can be pretty fun to style. I like the idea of dressing one up with a trendy maxi coat and lug sole boots. Of course you can also stick to sneakers and a biker jacket for an edgier vibe.
Sporty Fleece Jacket, Hoodie & Leggings
I often look to models and street style shots for wearing lounge and activewear pieces in eye-catching ways. One of my favorite model-off-duty combo’s is leggings, a hoodie and a cropped jacket of some sort. I’ve also been into funnel neck sweatshirts like this – it’s the best blend of a hoodie and a turtleneck.
Oversized Sweater, Combat Boots & Shearling Bag
Anything oversized is a must in my book for easy, cool-girl looks. I always stock up on oversized sweaters because they require no effort to style. You can pair them with anything from leggings to knitted trousers and even sweatpants. Up the cozy factor with a shearling bag and combat boots when you’re heading out the door.