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12 Comfy WFH Outfits That Aren’t Sweats

12 Comfy WFH Outfits That Aren’t Sweats

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12 Comfy WFH Outfits That Aren’t Sweats

When it comes to comfy WFH outfits, newcomers may not know where to start. Or maybe you’ve simply run out of sweats to wear. Luckily, there are other options that are just as comfy but will pass a Zoom meeting with flying colors. Scroll down for a quick read on how to keep things business up top and party down below.

Flare Linen Overalls

Overalls are probably the oldest most comfortable outfit in history, which is why it is first on this list of comfy WFH outfits. Plus, they have become such a fashion icon that wearing them is trendy! There’s no constricting belt or waistband, there’s an unlimited range of motion, built-in suspenders, and most of the time they have pockets! You can wear them during yoga, a Skype meeting, a quick walk around the pond, or to take a nap in. What could be more comfortable?

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Belted Cardigan

Here is a professional take on a lounge fashion hit-maker: the belted cardigan. It is versatile, chic, and can be dressed up or down depending on any occasion. Ranging from a million different colors and textures, a cardigan can add character and whimsy to any outfit – even pajamas. Every person should have at least one cardigan in their closet. It’s basically fashion law. So, if you don’t have one, it has never been a better time to dive into what is basically a socially acceptable way to wear a blanket.

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Moto Jacket

Because wearing denim jackets and trench coats around the house is kind of unnecessary. This is sure to become a quick fave. The soft fabric makes it comfy AF while the sophisticated moto cut gives it a license to chill. It is so adaptable you can wear it out to watch the game or to lie around the house. They add an easy flair of cool to whatever ensemble you have on, no matter if it is a full lounge set or bunny pajamas.

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Turtleneck Sweater

The turtleneck is a utilitarian piece of fashion equally equipped to prosper in both casual and fancy scenarios. Not to mention when it is oversized, it like wearing the fluffiest pillow in the world. It can discreetly hide tattoos from your webcam (and any other markings you don’t want your boss to see). If you want to look extra sharp in one of these, add a pair of glasses. Or, if you are perhaps aiming for more of an artsy look a la Audrey Hepburn or a stagehand, try a black turtleneck and black trouser applications.

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Striped Tee & Cardigan Duo

Like the LBD or a good pair of jeans, a striped tee is likely lurking in your closet somewhere. It is essential. Not just because it goes with anything, but because it can virtually make anything look better! Overalls, leather, jeans, and just about any color you want. Try adding a pop of color to neutral stripes by throwing on a bright cardigan like this mustard yellow one below. A threadbare cardigan with the perfect amount of wear plus a zany striped tee will be an outfit to wake up your audience while keeping you warm and comfy.

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Casual Maxi Dress

No matching, no worrying if your panty lines show, and best of all, not constantly adjusting your waistband. A soft, cotton maxi dress is just as good as wearing your pajamas all day. They’re light, airy, and instantly flattering because they hide trouble spots like a magic eraser. This is the perfect outfit for when all your sweats, lounge sets, oversized shirts, and god knows what else is in the wash. Don’t worry about spending an extra five or ten minutes scouring your closet – this dress does the trick.

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Sweater Dress

What’s kind of comfy WFH outfits are even comfier than a maxi dress? Sweater dresses. It does not matter what you decide to wear on the bottom – jeans, tights, or nothing at all – a sweater dress goes with all of them. You can wear it whatever way you prefer, and it will still look professional enough for an online meeting. There are so many different options for pairing with this one and done outfit that you can wear it differently every day of the week and still look fabulous.

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Comfy Romper

Let’s face it, rompers are the ultimate one-stop-shop. One-piece outfits mean less time getting ready to go and more time lounging in pure comfort. Plus, rompers are just as durable as overalls, and with their tendency to sport loose fabric, they have just as much range of motion as well. No more worrying about sitting like a lady! A romper makes sitting crisscrossed or man-splaying virtually flash-free. A double perk is that the extra fabric makes them flattering on most body types!

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Knitted Two-Piece

They are not sweats – they are super comfy knit-wear! Just as low maintenance as a pair of sweatpants, this knitted two-piece outfit is soft as a quilt. Your boss will never know that what you are wearing in the middle of an online meeting is basically pajamas. The knit design of the fabric passes as a chic sweater. They will never know the difference! Besides, sitting for long periods of time in an outfit that does not move with your body can be irritating. This stretchy knit will meet your every curve with its elasticity.

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Drawstring Jumpsuit

Jumpsuits have been the most stylish trend in years for many reasons, so it is no wonder it has made the list of comfy WFH outfits. They are an instant classic. They come in hundreds of different shades, textures, cuts, and styles, which means comfy versions of this trend are everywhere! Take the wide-leg drawstring jumpsuit pictured below. The wide-leg cut makes you look taller and leaner, while the cinch at the waist allows the smooth fabric to drape over your hips in a flattering way.

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Boho Jumpsuit

Just because you are not going to spend the weekend at Coachella does not mean you can’t dress like it! Seriously, boho design is practically centered around comfort and freedom. With light, floaty fabric, this boho jumpsuit will feed your escapism fantasy about getting out of the house for a weekend without being constricting or irritating. Free your 70s wanderer with a dreamy, ethereal boho-chic jumpsuit that will keep you cool and unrestricted.

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Pockets!

Does anything more need to be said? Look, we live in the 21st century. Women have rights, so why don’t we have more pockets in our clothes? Because it ruins the line of a dress? Nonsense! I say to hell with the days of tiny pockets or fake “pockets” on our jeggings. We deserve strong, deep pockets that can hold all our things without weighing us down. Take the dress pictured below, for example. Look at those pockets. HUGE! Enough said.

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What’s on your list of comfy WFH outfits? Are you a dressy person, or a pajamas person? Share below!

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12 Comfy WFH Outfits That Aren’t Sweats

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