I know I have been promoting anything but sweatpants, but….well I saw the image below of ceramist Anouk Yve, not on her Instagram (though I do follow her), but on Marleen Rentmeester’s blog, Le Catch, and I thought what an easy, cozy looking run around outfit. I always like shades of white, ivory and creams worn together, especially since so many New Yorkers resort to all-black most of the time. Of course, the jury (for me at least), is still out on wearing sweats anywhere but to walk the dog. I did wear my gray ones all day yesterday during the snow day, and couldn’t wait to get back into some denim today. Thoughts?
Top image: S Max Mara coat, $1581; Khaite tote, $1800; Raey T-shirt, $101; Les Tiens pullover, $249 and pants, $146; Toteme cashmere beanie, $190; Otiumberg hoops, $139; Isabel Marant Etoile jumpsuit, $660; Les Tiens sweatshirt, $180: A.P.C. cords, $265: Veja sneakers, $140.
Just bought the ivory ones you linked, so I guess I’m a fan as long as they’re sort of styled.
I saw this photo and thought, “Very cool!” TBH, I have no intention of wearing jeans or anything remotely uncomfortable as long as I remain cloistered at home during the pandemic. There will be plenty of time for jeans, dress pants and blazers in the future, but to each, her own.
The winter white is beautiful. I work outside the home three days a week, so I wear “work wear”. The other days when I’m home I usually wear jeans unless we have to rake leaves then I wear the oldest stuff I have. When it’s cool jeans are warmer to me than leggings or sweats and when I wear pants with elastic waists I over eat! I find I’m more productive if I wear non leisure wear clothing.