Runway Trend That Doubles as Loungewear
BY MADELINE FASS, April 14, 2020
From wearable blankets (inspired by the fall runways) to soft sweater dresses, there are plenty of fashion-forward ways to stay warm and cozy while working from home.
Thanks to the lightweight knits from Eckhaus Latta, Marco de Vincenzo, and Salvatore Ferragamo, to name a few, spring dressing is not canceled! Who knew that the coordinated knit separates that walked the runways back in September would be the dreamy update our WFH wardrobes needed.
Most likely intended for days at the park or the beach, these looks were designed and presented long before anyone could have predicted what our realities would become this spring.
These bright and sunny knits unite our desire for clothing that prioritizes comfort with the joys of mood-boosting seasonal dressing we can actually wear out again when the time comes. As we continue our fourth (or is it fifth?) week of social distancing in New York, this season’s offering of lightweight knit separates is a refreshing way to approach WFH dressing while we continue into the warmer months.
It’s time to move those heavy cashmeres and bulky sweatsuits out of your shopping carts and opt for spring’s lighter, stylish selection of casual head-to-toe knits. There’s knit hot pants and undies, a perfect pairing for lazy mornings with happy socks, a good read, and a cup of coffee, to cardigans and knit polo tops that keep to the Zoom-meeting-appropriate standard. Trust us, you’ll want to ditch your pajamas for these.
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