1. A Versatile and Comfy Tank Top
This has to be my favorite loungewear and casual piece. You can wear it alone or layer it. I like mine to be ribbed and thick enough to not be see through. As you can see, I have a ton of tank tops and I wear them in a variety of ways. I’m even wearing one while I write this post! Ha!
Additionally, get tank tops in colors and prints you love. This will increase the likelihood of you wearing to increase the likelihood of me wearing them! That will make this a versatile item in your closet.
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2. A Cropped Hoodie
This is an item that I didn’t know I needed until I tried it. I have a basic hoodie for the gym. However, a cropped one brings something a little extra. It looks like I am actually trying without much effort. Also, I can throw it on with jeans or sweats since it is fitted.
3. A Casual Cardigan
A cardigan is already a versatile piece. Now add one that is casual that can do double duty as loungewear and I am in! Just like the hoodie, I like the cropped style of the cardigan. You can leave it open or button it up.
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The best way to ensure that your loungewear will be versatile is to make sure that it is COMFORTABLE! I can’t emphasize this enough. The more comfortable you feel, the more often you will wear the item!
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