The 7-Piece 2021 Comfy Wardrobe Checklist

When we're putting together the ideal look these days, the primary end goal is for the outfit to be equal parts comfy and chic. After all, we're spending more time at home, so those cozy items are more or less staples. While there are a range of laid-back items that may make an appearance in your current rotation, we thought we'd provide some fresh inspiration in case you're looking to add a few more comfortable pieces into your wardrobe this year.

And that brings us to why we're here today. Below you'll uncover the seven-piece 2021 comfy wardrobe checklist. Essentially, this curation offers a sampling of some of the comfiest trends that could be worn together or mixed and matched with other pieces to create those A+ comfy vibes. We're talking about everything from sleek knitwear pieces to cool sweats to the best footwear picks of the moment. Intrigued? Wonderful. Keep scrolling for the checklist, followed by a range of visual and shopping inspo as well.

1. Sweatsuit

The best sweatsuits



A sweatsuit is basically no-fail right now for lounging at home. You can also dress one up with booties or sneakers and a maxi coat for a masked-up errands run.

2. Longline Cardigan

The best longline cardigans



A duster cardigan is quite chic to elevate any vibe—whether that's with a coordinating set or other lounge separates.

3. Ribbed Dress

The best knit dress



In the dress realm, it's all about the ribbed knit dress for a sleek yet still comfortable vibe.

4. House Shoes

The best house shoes



A solid pair of house shoes is a must for that day-to-day life. A fluffy pair is cozy and cute.

5. Sweater-Shorts

Clearly joggers and sweatpants are a must, but knit shorts could also be worth considering as another loungewear alternative.

6. Relaxed Jeans

The best baggy jeans



If you're opting for jeans, consider a loose cut—trendy and practical with the relaxed fit.

7. Knit Polo

A knit polo is forward and easy. That perfect pick is also a solid comfy choice if you need to look a bit more dressed up on a Zoom call.