In case you hadn't heard for the zillionth time, it's fall, and with a new season comes a brand new round of trends. As always, we've got you covered with everything from dress trends to jean trends and boot trends, but this fall, loungewear continues to be top of mind for us, and I'm delighted to introduce three emerging trends that are just as lounge-worthy as they are chic.
Don't get me wrong—we'll always have a place for classic sweatsuits, but if you, like me, are feeling fatigued of wearing the same joggers over and over while chilling at home, then look no further to the comfortable loungewear edit I've put together for all your fall needs. From the trend that stands to replace jogger-style sweatpants to the expensive-looking knit sets that are dominating our feeds right now, keep scrolling for three big trends to know.
Yep, classic sweats have met their match. While jogger-style sweatpants reached peak popularity back in the spring, fall is ushering in a new wide-leg silhouette that's just as cozy but feels a tad fresher for the new season.
Wilfred Free Gemini Sweatpants ($88)
Madeleine Thompson Temple of Doom Ribbed Cashmere Track Pants ($430)
H&M Straight-Legged Joggers ($18)
Nike Sportswear Tech Fleece Sweatpants ($90)
Topshop Panel Slouch Joggers ($58)
Free People Cozy Cool Lounge Pants ($78)
Meet the loungewear look that's about to dominate your feed this fall. Reworked knits are having a big moment, in general, and when it comes to loungewear, there's one look that we're seeing everywhere: knit-shorts sets. Whether it's a cardigan, bra, and shorts trio or a knit and shorts, cozy up in one of these for an elevated look.
Mango Openwork Knit Top ($40)
Mango Knitted Shorts ($40)
The Drop Brigitte Chunky Button Front Pocket Ribbed Cardigan ($50)
The Drop Adrienne Pull-On Sweater Knit Shorts ($35)
Mango Cable-Knit Sweater ($60)
Mango Cable-Knitted Shorts ($50)
From bodysuits to rompers, we're seeing plenty of new lounge-worthy one-pieces. And what could be an easier look to throw together than a single do-it-all wardrobe staple? Of course, it wouldn't be a loungewear trend if the pieces weren't über comfortable, so expect to see lots of ribbing and knitwear ahead.
Live the Process Seamless Onsie ($278)
Vitamin A Thalia Romper ($100)
Nanushka Azha Ribbed-Knit Bodysuit ($275)
Jacquemus Adour Ribbed Bodysuit ($365)
The Line by K Isaura Open-Back Ribbed-Knit Bodysuit ($135)
Tank Air Studio Romeo Bodysuit ($238)
Vitamin A West Bodysuit ($95)
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