In a perfect world, the weekend would exist solely for me to catch up on my beauty sleep. I relish the idea of snuggling up against those warm white sheets in my soft silk pyjamas all day long.
Unfortunately (or fortunately) I do have a healthy social life, so I usually have places to go and people to see during the weekends.
Even though I want to spend time with my loved ones, I find it so hard to peel myself off the bed. The thought of having to shower and get dressed — in a way that is socially acceptable for a girl who prides herself for being stylish — kills the desire to get out of bed.
After years of experimenting, I’ve found the perfect formula for a stylish weekend outfit. No constricting jeans (yes, even for the devotee), complicated frilly dresses, annoying accessories or painful shoes.
I promise you that these two outfits are just as comfortable as your worn-to-death dingy pyjamas, but with off the charts street cred no matter what your social calendar has in store.
Get ready for your chicest, cosiest two days yet.
(Clockwise) Metal aviators, $604 by Victoria Beckham from The Optic Butler; Merino wool sweater, $150 by COS; Leather and suede wallet bag, $1180 by Chloe from mytheresa; Printed canvas sneakers, $607 by Gucci for Net-A-Porter; Wool jogger pants, $59.90 by Uniqlo U
(Clockwise) Acetate cat eye sunglasses, $175 by Self-Portrait x Le Specs from Lane Crawford; Velvet bomber jacket, $1042 by T by Alexander Wang from Farfetch; Suede embellished bucket bag, $79.90 by Zara; Faux leather patent mules by ASOS, Silk slip dress, $377 by Fleur Du Mal from Farfetch
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