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Staying at home has become the new norm for some (at least for the time being), and that also applies to celebrities who are usually on the go. Given this newly discovered interest in clothes for days at home, we took some time and searched dozens of celebrity Instagram accounts for style inspiration. Along the way, we discovered many new and older loungewear trends that celebrities appreciate.
There is a lot to do between tracksuits, crew socks, bike shorts and much more, so that work-from-home looks are the trend that is possible for video conferences, FaceTime calls, Tik Tok videos and Instagram selfies . Keep scrolling to buy the comfortable loungewear trends approved by Chiara Ferragni, Rosalía, Alexa Chung and others.
The Burberry bike shorts from Rosalía make us take out all the pairs we collected last summer.
The elegant metallic set by Olivia Palermo proves that stay-in outfits can be just as special as out-outs.
In case you're tired of wearing sweatpants, Chiara Ferragni's comfortable cargo pants look is definitely worth considering.
Overalls are usually fairly loose, and many are made of soft fabrics. Chanel Iman's layered look is ripe for copying.
The trend with ripped white tank tops, which was everywhere last summer, isn't going anywhere, as Whitney Port proves.
Even before we all spent much more time indoors, tracksuits had become an important trend.
Crew socks (especially worn over leggings or sweats) can be found everywhere on Instagram. Lea Michele received the memo.
Lizzo's camel cardigan reminds you that all the cardigans you've invested this fall and winter can be useful.
You could wear boring black leggings or follow Camila Cabello's guide and put on a printed pair.
Overalls to laze about? If you think about it, most couples are pretty baggy and comfortable, so do it. Alexa Chung agrees.
Matching sets (we love those from LeSet) are an easy way to look polished while lounging (or Tik Toking à la Gabrielle Union).
Who says loungewear has to be neutral or pastel? Not Kourtney Kardashian. The fuchsia trend looks just as cool at home as it does around the world.
Animal prints are the trend that continues. Emma Roberts loves the trend so much that she put several pieces of leopard together, and we're thrilled.
Next, five things an editor never wears when working from home.
Opening picture: @chiaraferragni