8 Sustainable Loungewear Sets Worth Investing In

It's well worth spending a little more on comfy home-wear in these pandemic times.

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Loungewear has become our 2020 uniform, and given the current second lockdown, that doesn’t seem set to change any time soon. This time last year, many of us would never have imagined that knitted co-ords, joggers and hoodies, and stretchy jersey jumpsuits would become our unofficial office-wear. But it's important to focus on the positives in our current global situation, and being able to wear comfier clothes while working our 9-5s is most definitely a plus. This edit of sustainable loungewear to invest in is sure to give you some ideas if you've not found your perfect WFH uniform as of yet.

The list features pieces which are slightly pricier than usual, as I believe paying a little more than we would normally for loungewear is totally justified, given that it's pretty much all we wear these days. When you think about how often you actually wear your cosies, cost per wear drastically goes down.

The brands I've picked from too are known to be slightly more sustainable and have an environmental awareness many 'fast fashion' high street brands don't tend to have. For this reason too, you can expect to pay more of a premium; but it's for a good cause.

Take a look at these great loungewear buys, and prepare to reach peak cosiness at your desk.

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Kitri is known for its more sustainable approach to selling clothing, particularly given its pre-order system, which means they only make the amount of pieces that are actually sold. In short, there is less excess and waste, by far. Their new loungewear is really the stuff of dreams.

These matching shorts make the set complete.

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