Not Ready to Part with Your Sweats? This Trend Has You Covered

Not Ready to Part with Your Sweats? This Trend Has You Covered

A spring look by Brunello Cucinelli

READY TO VENTURE back into the public eye? From happy-hour haute to glorified pajamas-gone-glam, our style guru collected five must-shop trends to revamp your style. For those not yet prepared to part with their sweats, try a chic upgrade! A trend of matching sets — like ones from Brunello Cucinelli or Nanuska — provides both cozy comfort and a sense of style ready for reengaging with reality.


Orlan crinkle satin shirt, $300, by Alexis

Makiko crinkle satin pant, $260, by Alexis

Tippi top, $425, by Nanuska

Tupsa satin trouser, $510, by Nanuska

Hair clip, $400, by Gucci

Le Petit Riviera bag, $330, by Jacquemus

Wedge, $770, by Valentino

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