I don’t know about you, but lately, putting together an outfit is the last thing I want to do. Blame it on the WFH life. I’ve so quickly adapted to in the past few weeks or the fact that, sometimes, nothing in my closet seems to feel right. Whatever the reason may be, the idea of building an ensemble just feels, well, like work. If you’re reading this, chances are you have moments when you feel the same way. And when those come along, having a list of simple, easy outfits can make all the difference.
Even in your laziest moments, it does wonders for the psyche when you feel put-together. So I’ve gone ahead and highlighted the coolest (and in some case comfiest) ensembles for you. That way, you can keep them in your back pocket whenever you want something simple to wear that still feels intentional. Are you with me?
Read on to check out these looks and then shop your favorites to save for the next time you need something to pull together without a second thought.
Style Tip: Give your white T-shirt and jeans ensemble an added cool factor with a denim jacket an square-toe boots.
Levi's 501 Skinny Jeans ($98)
Style Tip: A flirty top paired with relaxed blue jeans is always a good idea.
Reformation Glamorous Curve Blouse With Puff Sleeves ($16)
Style Tip: Could there be a more spring-ready ensemble than a ribbed tank top and a floral print skirt?
1.State Soirée Button Front Midi Skirt ($89)
Style Tip: For those who are still experiencing the cooler temperatures, throw on a lightweight sweater over your bralettes and jeans.
Everlane The Cotton-Linen Crew ($60)
Style Tip: Sweatpants feel exponentially more polished when styled with a cable-knit cardigan.
Topshop High Waist Cotton Blend Sweatpants ($48)
Style Tip: Want a look that looks as chic as it is comfy? Opt for knit trousers.
Song of Style Rooney Knit Pants ($158)
Style Tip: For the warmer days, easy track shorts with a button-down shirt layered over a tank top will feel anything but lazy.
Treasure & Bond Gauzy Cotton Tunic Blouse ($48)
Style Tip: When you’re out running errands, tuck your tee into your shorts for a more put-together look.
Urban Renewal Remnants Nylon Short ($39)
Style Tip: When in doubt, a monochromatic ensemble will always feel elevated, no matter what you’re wearing.
Weekday Sweatshirt in Orange Melange ($22)
Style Tip: You can never go wrong with a collared button-down shirt with a black miniskirt.
Bdg Bdg Sara Twill High-Waisted Mini Skirt ($49)
Style Tip: Style a statement T-shirt with a sleek denim midi skirt for a casual weekend look.
Violeta Midi Denim Skirt ($30)
Style Tip: An oversize blazer with long Bermuda shorts feels undoubtedly chic.
Goldsign The Bermuda Shorts ($275)
Style Tip: Padded muscle tees feel just a touch more elevated than your average muscle tank. When they’re paired with trousers and heels, you’ll be ready for a night of mingling.
Mango Knit Shoulder Pad T-Shirt ($36)
Style Tip: Relaxed jeans are always a classic in our book, especially when they’re worn with an easy tank and jacket.
Everlane The Cotton Quilted Jacet ($98)
Style Tip: For those of you who love a good graphic tee, dress it up with a simple blazer.
Daydreamer Nirvana Unplugged T-Shirt Dress ($39)
This article was originally published at an earlier date and has been updated.
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