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Where do you get your comfy home clothes?

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Littlemiss74 Thu 13-Feb-20 19:50:07

I need some comfy home clothes. I wear skirts & dresses every day to work and want something more comfy than jeans to change into when I get home. Finding jeans less comfy these days.

I do have some leggings but don't know what to wear on top half that isn't too short, I want tum & bum covered! Oh and I want to be warm but can't wear wool.
Any ideas please?

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dudsville Thu 13-Feb-20 20:37:43

I love buying 100% cotton jumpers from the men's section of Gap, several sizes too big.

WellTidy Thu 13-Feb-20 20:51:43

I buy m and s loungewear. Grey marl and navy marl bottoms and long sleeve, bum covering tops. Wash well, tumble dry and don’t crease at all. I think they were £15 per piece.

Bananaman123 Thu 13-Feb-20 20:53:29

Asda have nice joggers in just now, long t shirts and hoodies. I also love just changing into comfy pjs and jumper when i get in

YakkityYakYakYak Thu 13-Feb-20 20:53:42

I just bought some lovely, cosy loungewear from Next. They’ve got a pretty good range online.

LumpySpacedPrincess Thu 13-Feb-20 20:53:57

I've got some jersey maxi skirts, cotton gypsy skirts and some oversized jersey tops to go with.

Nononononono33 Thu 13-Feb-20 20:56:20

Another vote for M&S loungewear. Sainsbury’s pyjama type printed T-shirts are nice (I don’t wear them to go to bed). Also Lazy One lounge pants I get from Amazon.

LynetteScavo Thu 13-Feb-20 21:01:18

It send how smart you want to be. As soon as I'm him I'm in to my pjs these days. I keep in the king sleeved to I'll have worn to work under my shirt. Gap is my friend.

When I get into bed I then put in the pj top

Judystilldreamsofhorses Thu 13-Feb-20 21:45:12

M&S - I have several pairs of “lounge pants” which are comfy and cosy. I wear them with jumpers that have been retired from daily wear, and sheepskin Ugg knock-off boots from Costco. Definitely not smart, but presentable enough if I need to answer the door. We live in an old house which can be pretty chilly. In summer I wear leggings, Breton tops, and flip flops. I change into a nightshirt for actually sleeping.

ToManderleyAgain Thu 13-Feb-20 22:23:55

I love Hush for this kind of thing.

TinklyLittleLaugh Thu 13-Feb-20 22:30:50

I wear wide legged cotton jersey yoga pants from M and S and long sleeved cotton Ts, mostly from Next. Fine to pop to the shops in.

Thinking about it, basically pyjamas is all I wear these days. My party outfit this Christmas was wide legged stretchy velvet trousers and an oversized sparkly top from Hush.

And last summer I wore mostly printed baggy trousers and big t shirts. Comfort is all.

Justtryingtobehelpful Thu 13-Feb-20 22:36:55

Uniqlo matching PJs
Joggers from Costco
Maternity secret support vests from H&M, written them between both pregnancies as super comfy and wash really well.
Layered with nice wool Cardigan or cotton Cardigan and Gap body warmer.
My older Lululemon leggings. Wonder under as they are really warm and comfy. Best to buy in their Invest for less sale section. Had them for 5 years and still holding up well!
Planning to get some Hush joggers next

Chronicallymothering Thu 13-Feb-20 22:39:33


Belindabelle Thu 13-Feb-20 23:59:31

Haven’t bought anything yet but I have been eyeing up eddi clothing harems and tops.

margaritasbythesea Fri 14-Feb-20 07:19:41

I wear these trousers at home (and occasionally out if I'm feeling under I'm weather and can't face diggy waist bands).

Bezalelle Fri 14-Feb-20 08:08:42

I like H&M joggers and hoodies, and men's fruit of the loom tshirts.

LilyJade Fri 14-Feb-20 14:13:16

I've got 2 pair of cuffed joggers £4 in the sale from Tesco!

Gingefringe Fri 14-Feb-20 16:20:04

I've recently bought a couple of pairs of dungarees in the sales - Fat Face and Seasalt do great ones. They're so comfy and keep your back warm. I haven't worn dungarees for about 20 years but I love them.

dudsville Sat 15-Feb-20 21:49:25

I also have some very comfortable 100%cotton cord joggers with elasticated waist.

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