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7 Things for Work That Feel Almost as Good as PJs

7 Things That Feel Almost as Good as PJs That You Can Wear to Work

Do you ever wake up wearing the cashmere sweater that feels oh-so-soft on your skin. While you’re at it, indulge in other pillow-like materials, too, like cotton blend knits!

5. Maxi Skirts Feel Like Loungewear… But They’re Perfect for Work

Flowy, easygoing maxi skirts are basically extended versions of your favorite pajama pants, but they pass for work attire. It’s pretty much every woman’s dream come true. They aren’t form-fitting, so they fall lightly on your body, helping you feel comfortable all day. An elastic waistline also provides freedom of movement as you go from desk to meeting and back again.

6. Loafers and Flats: Your Secret Work Slippers

It’d be a travesty not to mention footwear when talking about pajama-like clothing. What is more satisfying than wearing a pair of slippers with your PJs? But when you go to work and want to emulate that cozy feeling, you still need to have footwear that looks professional. So, what can you do when you must leave your trusted pair of fleece slippers at home? Try something comfortable and easy to put on, like a men’s slip-on shoe or a ballet flat. Look for shoes that have foam-cushioned insoles: these are designed to cradle your feet in comfort for that ultimate slipper-like feel.

7. Don’t Forget the Unseen Elements

Another key to feeling like you’re wearing PJs is to be a little sneaky with your underwear. A plush pair of boot socks can create that spa-like sensation that you need to achieve zen during your afternoon meeting. A smooth cotton camisole or set of silky long underwear will add an extra layer of comfort and be your secret comfort factor underneath your work clothes.

Armed with these styling tips, you can go to work feeling like you never left the bed!

 
 

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