Is it just me, or is anyone else already feeling bored of wearing the same gray sweatpants over and over? I've been living in my comfiest attire lately, but after one too many days went by without changing it up, I began to feel sloppy in my sweats and I've come to the realization that my loungewear wardrobe could use a serious refresh. Sure, sweats are great and all (and I won't be ditching them anytime soon), but I'm craving more exciting outfits that are just as easy for my undercaffeinated brain to put together in the morning.
Thankfully, our Who What Wear collection is delivering on all the pieces I want to wear now. Instead of sweats, I'm eyeing the silky matching sets from our line to chill and work at home in. I always reach for a matching two-piece set—whether it's a skirt, shorts, or pants set—when I want to look put together with the minimum amount of effort, which is why I want to call attention to the affordable sets we've designed and sold at Target.
Each complete outfit clocks in at under $80, and believe me when I say that the printed pieces I'm highlighting first are just as soft and silky in person as they look. So if you, like me, are also looking to wear something a bit more elevated than a typical sweatsuit, look no further than the below nine sets.
If like me, your gray sweatpants are starting to tire, this fun set might just be the antidote. And yes, I've felt these pieces in person and they're insanely soft and silky, so your sweatpants won't mind.
You bet we created the same silky set in a monochromatic leopard print, too.
Need something polished (but still really comfy) to wear for your Zoom meetings and FaceTime dates? Try our utility-inspired set.
Obviously, I had to show you what the whole 'fit looks like from head to toe because it's just so good. Wear it around the house with flat slides now and dress it up with heeled sandals and a fun bag later.
Our belted linen shorts (also in floral print below) make for the easiest summertime outfits.
There's something about a breezy matching set that's mentally transporting me to a beach vacation, and I'm here for it.