We all love to be comfortable and now is probably the only time we can get away with doing it 24/7. Everything from sitting in on our online classes half dressed to letting our skin breathe freely without makeup. Which is why this post will be about some of my favourite comfort outfits that I have hidden away here in London.
Please keep in mind that these clothes were purchased before this journey began. This means that these clothes were not purchased with a slow fashion mindset. The slow fashion aspect I'm currently working on is to care for my old clothes for as long as I can.
The first outfit I wanted to share is my striped harem trousers with colourful birds. This was actually one of my surprise buy's a couple of years ago here in London. Prior to this, I had never fancied these types of trousers before, but I wanted to challenge my own style. And now, it's one of the items I wear the most. Together with my colourful chef pants, as I call them, I'm wearing my black crop top. This top used to be a peplum top, but as I grew, the peplum ended up rising too high on my waist. So, I decided to cut it off.
Another way to stay comfortable is to simply go on about your day without pants in an oversized hoodie. And I cannot stress the oversized part enough. This hoodie is a gender neutral size L, which is more than big enough for my usual s. With a long enough length to be able to use it as a dress.
Thirdly, I wanted to share my love for a matching set. I will admit it's not of the most comfortable outfits I have compared to the other two. Maybe I should've ordered a bigger size, but the tight fit is still lovely with the soft material. The bright blue colour stands out in a subtle way, so trust me when I say I wear this outside as well.
And last, but not least. I have to mention my faux fur blanket. It might not be a clothing item, but I have been in love with this blanket since I bought it around 5 years ago. It's been around 5 years since I had to convince my mum that this blanket was something I just had to have. I remember clinging on to it in the store until she said yes with a small shake of her head.
I've also come to realise that it's impossible for me to bring this with me back to Norway. So, I'm using it for all it's worth these days.
Now, how about you? What's your favourite comfort clothes?