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. 

Athleisure cool: 

(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

Boudoir chic:

(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