14 Loungewear Sets I'm Losing It Over, Including the One I Wear Nonstop


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I asked my Alexa what the weather is today, and she said, "Too cold to go outside." Obviously, I'm just joking, but when she said the temperature, that's what I heard. You might think I have selective hearing, but I'm not alone in feeling this way. Spending more time indoors is a must during this season, even if you are lucky enough to live in a warmer climate. That means it's time to redirect your wardrobe toward something new. I'm kissing my festive holiday dresses goodbye—for now—and tapping into a part of my closet that is much more fitting for these temps.

I feel like another chapter of the WFH life has begun, and as we enter a new year, I'm ready to refresh my at-home wardrobe. Normally, during the actual workday, I would choose items that are comfortable but feel elevated, but this cold weather has had me really leaning on those cozy loungewear sets I've been collecting over the past two years. When I am in the mood to play dress-up, I find slipping into my cute loungewear sets at the end of the night always feels so good. As I write to you, I'm wearing my current favorite set, but that is just a piece of the pie. Below, you'll find cute loungewear sets for every occasion, even date night.

The best seller:


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I'm calling this classic ribbed cardigan set "the best seller" because that's simply what it is. I've watched so many iterations of this set sell out over and over because every person needs it in their closet, especially if they work from home. Act fast on the below picks since, as we know, they'll be gone soon. 

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Straight-up sweats:


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There's no better way to simplify your wardrobe than with straight-up sweats. I suggest you set aside the overworn set you impulse-bought early pandemic and try an elevated approach to this must-have. Oh, and you better believe they'll quickly become the most comfortable thing you own.

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The one I just can't seem to take off:


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As I write this, we're slowly approaching day four, where the first thing I wanted to do after work is throw on this exact sweatsuit. There are subtle details that make it feel more elevated, but it's still perfect for a night in. 

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Sleek and ever-so-chic joggers:


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There's an easy way to look luxe, and this is it. Slim-fit joggers with a matching top in a soft knit fabric are true winners. There's nothing I love more than when my loungewear set matches my interior design color palette.

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When I want to feel fancy, I lounge in a skirt:


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Although Aimee wore hers out and about, this set would quickly become a staple of my WFH wardrobe. This simple skirt set can double for days spent lounging at home and an evening on the town.

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Borrowed from the lingerie drawer:


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Loungewear is known for being full coverage, but if you like walking around the house with a little bit less on, don't be afraid to try out cozy and chic lingerie turned lounge. Do away with itchy lace and try out soft cotton and crisp poplin instead.

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The perfect excuse to throw a pajama party:


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Every time I see silk pj's, I think of the slumber parties from my childhood—candy, popcorn, and the latest Twilight movie on the screen. Recreate that picturesque experience for yourself at home with these silk sets.

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Associate Editor

Sierra Mayhew was always destined to work in fashion, but she didn't know it at first. Growing up with no choice but to wear a rotation of school uniforms and activewear, her love for fashion really blossomed when she moved away for college and was able to finally define her very own personal style. Shortly thereafter, she interned at Elle magazine and instantly knew that editorial was for her. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, she worked for ShopBazaar, contributing regularly to Bazaar.com, and finally made her way to Who What Wear, where she is an associate editor. When she’s not working, you can catch her always trying to catch a flight, rollerblading through New York City traffic, or exploring the latest luxury vintage boutique.