Pyjama fatigue, it’s a thing. If you’ve overdone PJ lounging over the festive period, now’s the perfect time to up your casual wear game for the year ahead.
January’s the month to press pause on getting dressed up and fancy, and focusing on the cosy stuff instead. Whether you’re staying in (hello, comfies), or hitting the gym (hey, athleisurewear), this is when you can truly hone your off-duty kit.
Our fashion and beauty editor, Lisa Haynes, rounds up her monthly edit of what to wear this month. Buy now and enjoy the January chillout, stylishly…
TOD’S Metallic leather low-top trainers, £366
If you’re not a fitness junkie but want to look you are (sometimes), get some too-good-for-the-gym sneakers. These silver Tod numbers with chunky white soles look way better with cute dresses anyway.
Bella Freud 1970 metallic-knit wool-blend jumper, £310
So it’s 2019, but hey, go back in time with Bella Freud’s cult slogan 1970 sweater. You can have a fresh 2019 outlook with a Seventies free spirit. Plus, the black colourway will go with anything and everything.
LOEWE Striped fringed brushed mohair and wool-blend scarf, £175
A statement scarf in pastel tones is your outerwear transition piece to take you from winter freeze to crisp spring air (we are so ready). It’s also the perfect update for your winter coat. Drape it just so, and go.
Enjoy the January chillout, stylishly…
JOOSTRICOT Cashmere-blend track pants, £445
JOOSTRICOT Cashmere-blend oversized sweater, £637
If you can’t wear a pair of plush cashmere track pants during January hibernation (and probably February, too), when can you? This Joostricot coordinating set has tonal chic written all over it. Wear with white sneakers and stay snug and smug.
THE GYM BAG
MZ WALLACE Metro medium quilted metallic shell tote, £190
Get yourself a standout gym bag and, the chances are, you’re far less likely to forget it (disclaimer: probably). This roomy, quilted metallic number is ideal for commuting meets fitness studio.
STELLA MCCARTNEY Scallop Sleeve Cardigan, £675
Slouchy cardigans don’t have to mean frumpy librarian style. The dreamy pink, oversized silhouette and scallop sleeve detail on this Stella McCartney number give knitwear a fresh take for spring.
Solid & Striped Set of Six Scrunchies, £46
Newsflash: scrunchies are so 2019. Give your ponytails and buns a twist with this set of colourful hair bands to coordinate with your casual looks. There’s a different print or texture for (nearly) every day of the week.
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