Staying Cosy At Home

Words by Keven Amfo

07 October 2020


Elevate long days spent at home in comfortable — yet stylish — new loungewear.

With cooler autumn temperatures upon us — and enforced stay at home measures in some places — creating the ideal home environment is uber important. Aside from cultivating your ideal space to live in, this can manifest in how you get dressed every day; increasingly, much of us are leaning toward comfort over fashion. Yet: it doesn't need to be a choice. There are many chic loungewear pieces for days like this, ensuring you feel cosy but still beautiful in what you're wearing, which is equally important. Explore some of our favourites below.


Having already established themselves as a purveyor of incredible bed linens, Parachute has recently launched a loungewear set and expanded collection of robes. Inspired by spa wear, the loungewear set is somewhat of a spa tracksuit, crafted in luxurious materials that you won't want to take off — think waffle weave cotton that has been garment washed — and is impossibly soft. We are partial to the plush Classic Slippers as well.

Piglet In Bed

Piglet In Bed is a UK-based company that has been making high-quality basics for the home since 2017. The comprehensive sleep and loungewear options are just as inviting as the bedding and towels — much of the options are crafted in ultra-soft merino wool and cashmere blend. The classic pyjama sets are polished as well, cut in crisp linen with contrast piping, and can easily pass for professional during a Zoom meeting.

Deiji Studios

Quick to become a go-to for those seeking the highest quality linen items for both home and wear, this small Australian label became an immediate success. The design-forward loungewear pieces are just as suited to wearing out of the house as well, with innovative silhouettes (such as a kimono-style wrap top), but are comfortable, slouchy, and perfect for feeling good whilst at home.


Don't discount this loungewear (it includes shapewear and underwear as well) line because it comes courtesy of Kim Kardashian — the design-led styles are incredibly comfortable and most importantly, designed to flatter and fit a wide range of body types. Knit in a soft bouclé fabric, the lounge bottoms have a high waist silhouette; the oversized robe hits at mid-calf and is perfect for snuggling. Having just launched exclusively at Selfridges in the UK, move quickly — the styles regularly sell out.


Sleeper was ahead of their time in designing pieces that easily transition from bed to couch to street. Their 'Lounge Suits,' for which they have become known, are precisely that. Cut from tailored linen in silhouettes that are equally suited to a dinner out, or a breezy Italian summer getaway, they are dreamy to put on every day. The 'Sizeless' Pajama Set is the same. You'll reach for it whether you're tucked in at home, or running to the shops.

For info on the above styles, or for further recommendations, please contact your lifestyle manager.

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