While staying in bed all day sounds like a solid game plan, last night was epic, and there’s nothing like a long and lazy brunch with gal pals to relive every moment. Plus, last night you were all about it, promising, YES! I swear I’m totally going to be there. Long story short, there’s no getting out of this without annoying your crew. The problem remains what to wear when you are running off of minimal sleep. A few questions immediately cross your mind: It is a holiday, so do I need to dress up? What’s too casual? Is a crop-top brunch approps?
Scroll down for a little celeb brunch style inspiration that will have you looking fierce whether you choose heels or flats.
Style Tip: Thigh-high boots scream effort even though they require little. Toss a pair like Sergio Rossi’s Denver Boots ($2250) over leggings or skinny jeans.
Style Tip: Throw a knee-length coat like the Topshop Soft Belted Trench Coat ($80) over literally any outfit and watch your outfit stock go through the roof. They are also great for hiding wrinkled tees and baggy jeans.
Style Tip: Suede fringe always works. Toss something similar to Miranda’s Saint Laurent Fringed Suede Jacket ($4790) over a black tee and jeans and you’ll look timelessly cool no matter where you go.
Style Tip: We love to belt a high-waisted pair of wide-leg trousers. They feel both roomie and comfortable while looking a little nicer than jeans. On our radar, the 3.1 Phillip Lim Cropped Wide Leg Cuff Trousers ($395).
Style Tip: Yes, a hoodie is far too casual for brunch, but not if you toss on a leather perfecto jacket like Acne Studios’ Mock Black ($1600) over it. You’ll keep warm and look good.
Style Tip: Is there anyone who isn't obsessed with Man Repeller's Topshop Unique jacket here? We think not. Toss on a similar style for less or shop the longer version, the Inverness Duffle Coat ($1200), and pair with vintage Levi's to turn heads wherever you go.
What do you like to wear to brunch? Tell us in the comments!