5 Lazy Day Outfits to Wear if You Don’t Plan on Leaving the Couch

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I’m the self-proclaimed grandma of my friend group. Most Saturday nights I'd rather stay at home on my couch, under a blanket, than venture out to bars. (And if there happens to be a Law and Order: SVU marathon on TV, you definitely won’t see me out.) Lounging around is the best feeling ever. And now, you can do it in both comfort and style. Browse through our favorite cozy "couch outfits," then shop the exact pieces. Warning: You may end up canceling all your weekend plans.

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If You're Feeling Fun and Flirty

Serious question: Who doesn't love luxuriously silky sleepwear? Tap into your feminine side with this pink cami and floral printed shorts. Should you get a little chilly from your cranked-up AC, throw on a classic wool cardigan and ribbed socks.

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Zara cardigan, $50

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Cami NYC pink camisole, $155

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Eberjay veranda shorts, $58

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J.Crew ankle socks, $12

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If You're Feeling Sporty

Athleisure as we know it entered our lives in 2014 (thank you Beyoncé and Ivy Park) and never left. Easily master the style in as little as three pieces: sweatpants, a cropped hoodie, and a basic tee.

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Adidas x Alexander Wang jogger pants, $150

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Re/Done cropped hoodie, $220

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H&M short tee, $10

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If You Love Wearing High Socks

As the saying goes, one can never have too many socks. (Is that a saying? Well I just said it, so there.) Especially, if the pair you're eyeing is from Gucci. The stripes on this luxe piece match perfectly with the design on the sweater dress. Just because you're not venturing outside, doesn't mean you can't be put-together.

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The Upside sweater dress, $153

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Gucci socks, $95

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If You Love Matching Sets

My favorite type of outfit: the kind you just throw on and go. Tracksuit sets have gotten an upgrade (fresh colors and styles) since the velour-loving crowd made them a staple of the early aughts. If you still prefer that material, Danielle Guizio makes a great two-piece.

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Puma snapback, $10

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Danielle Guizio tracksuit, $423

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If You Live in Leggings

The sweater-with-leggings is a tried-and-true combination I will always swear by. Feel even cozier (and sexier—yes, that's possible) by skipping the underwire bra in favor of a delicate, lace bralette and matching panty.

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Y-3 leggings, $143

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Lingua Franca sweater, $360

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Madewell lace camila bralette, $35

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Madewell lace tanga underwear, $12

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