A year ago, the A-list uniform largely consisted of beautiful occasionwear, high heels, sharp tailoring and an
endless array of designer arm candy. Of course, we’re aware that this aesthetic may not apply to everyone in showbiz, but for the most part, it rings true. However, after a year where premieres were cancelled, awards shows were held on Zoom, and celebrity street style was practically rendered obsolete, the stars have subscribed to the loungewear life in a big way—just like the rest of us.
What sets celebrity loungewear apart from ours? Turns out, it’s not a whole lot. There are, however, a handful of key items that everyone from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to Rihanna seems to own.
Rosalía’s Burberry bike shorts are making us want to pull out all of the pairs we collected last summer.
Ribbed Knit Sets
Olivia Palermo’s elegant metallic set proves that staying-in outfits can be as special as going-out outfits.
Just in case you get tired of wearing sweatpants, Chiara Ferragni’s comfortable cargo-pant look is definitely worth considering.
Jumpsuits are usually quite loose, and many are made of soft fabrics. Chanel Iman’s layered look is ripe for copying.
White Tank Tops
The ribbed-white-tank-top trend that was everywhere last summer isn’t going anywhere, as Whitney Port proves.
Even before we all started spending a lot more time indoors, sweatsuits had become a major trend.
Crew socks (especially worn pulled up over leggings or sweats) are all over Instagram. Lea Michele got the memo.
Lizzo’s camel cardigan is a reminder that all of those cardigans you invested in this fall and winter can come in handy.
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You could wear boring black leggings, or you could follow Camila Cabello’s lead and put on a printed pair.
Overalls for lounging? If you think about it, most pairs are quite baggy and comfortable, so go for it. Alexa Chung agrees.
Printed Matching Sets
Matching sets (we love the ones by LeSet) are an easy way to look polished while lounging (or Tik Toking, à la Gabrielle Union).
Who says loungewear has to be neutral or pastel? Not Kourtney Kardashian. The fuchsia trend looks as cool at home as it does out in the world.
Shop the matching Moyo High-Rise Pants ($335).
Animal prints are the trend that keeps on giving. Emma Roberts loves the trend so much that she wore multiple leopard pieces together, and we’re into it.