The New Dress Code: Luxe Lounge
Our world changed a few months ago and our new reality has also encouraged fashion to evolve. While the concept of ‘wear-now’ becomes even more important, so does the idea that style doesn’t have to be so fussy. Many of us across the globe continue to work from home and may always, so our daily fashion needs have become more relaxed, thus ushering in the era of “Luxe Lounge”.
Sleepwear Is The New Daywear
Pajama-dressing while not new to the true fashion-set, has taken on a new meaning. Once relegated to the privacy of your boudoir, sleepwear has emerged as the style-maker of the season and sought-after, lingerie brand Eberjey (featured above) is poised to keep you at-home-chic for the foreseeable future. Their sophisticated pieces are definitely designed to make you want to luxuriate, but they also do double duty as every day separates that can be worn together as a new ‘uniform’ or with other favorites like a pair of jeans or a cozy sweater…effortless, timeless style, designed for our new now.
Knitwear Is The New Style Hero
As the temperatures drop, we all gravitate towards pieces that keep us warm, but knitwear is about to have a major moment as the hero of your at-home wardrobe. Meet Anauve…a made in Spain, slow-fashion brand that creates the most gorgeous mohair shawls in a vibrant range of hues. We all adore pieces that give us comfort and what could be more reassuring than wrapping yourself up in a chic piece that is as functional as it is special.
The Kimono Is The New Eveningwear
We are all entertaining at home these days. Whether having friends and family over for a dinner party or just having a special date night with your loved one, how we dress for nighttime has taken on a more relaxed point of view. We all love a little boho-chic in our lives and Namur’s to-die kimonos are not only on trend, but the ultimate in luxe lounge for an evening in. In beautiful, feminine florals or soft color-blocked solids, Namur’s memorable pieces will make you the hostess that no one will soon forget.
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