We’ve all had those lazy days. You know, the ones where you roll out of bed and stay in your PJs for most of the day. Those are arguably the best of days!https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/ashley-roberts-seen-outside-global-radio-on-globals-make-news-photo/1250615822
However, the unwritten rule is that if you intend to venture outside you have to change into a suitable non-PJ outfit. Well, it seems that some people want to defy this norm and where their silky PJs all day every day (and night).
Duvet Dress Up
Even though it may not be the sexiest looking piece of clothing, we are loving this duvet/poncho fashion trend that British fashion design house, Mulberry, introduced to the world in 2017.
The poncho, which basically looks like a duvet cover with a hole on top, looks extremely comfortable, and even though we're sure it costs about 10 times what your actual duvet cover costs, it's worth a try. We can certainly tell you that this is any lazy girl's dream.
This is a definite no-no for us - who in their right mind would want to wear sneakers that look like they've been chewed by a dog?! A lot of people, apparently, including famous celebrities like Kim Kardashian. French-based fashion company, Margiela, came out with the shoes in 2017, and for the price of $1,425 they can be all yours!
Besides, next time you're late for a class or a job interview, you can actually say, "I'm sorry, I was late because my dog chewed on my shoes!".. and have the evidence to back it up.
Car Mat But Make It Fashion
In 2017, the luxury fashion house, Balenciaga, introduced a leather skirt that looks like a car mat. Yes, you read that right. It is actually called the 'Car Design Skirt' on the brand's website, and they can be yours for the modest amount of $2,495.
Well, we guess you can sell anything for thousands of dollars as long as you stitch a fancy fashion brand's name on it. And hey, you can always accessorize with a $5 car freshener!
More appropriately called cowboy chaps by some, these crotchless jeans were introduced by Asos in 2018. At £75 a pair, you can walk around in these bold jeans and feel 'liberated and risky', according to a model that wore them for an entire day out in the city.
Maybe we're just being old-fashioned, but isn't covering your whole legs one of the main reasons for wearing pants? Besides, you're going to have to make sure your underwear is always brand new and in tip-top shape, and let's face it, ladies, this isn't always the case.