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5 Places To Shop For Comfy Yet Stylish Loungewear

It’s 2021 and we are embracing the new normal of not only having to wear a face mask when going out, but also working from home. Comfy and stylish loungewear is a definite plus since you’ll look camera ready for your virtual meetings while still feeling comfortable. For that reason, I have listed down 5 places where you can get fashionable clothes to upgrade your loungewear game.

 

1. Love, Bonito

Woman wearing comfy and stylish loungewear at home

Source: Love, Bonito Instagram

 

Love, Bonito believes in “When we look good, we feel good”, which is totally true! When you wear clothes that are comfortable and make you look great, it boosts your confidence level. Their loungewear is so chic! You can get matching pieces of tops, bottoms, slippers and even a headband. If you are interested in getting your hands on their loungewear you can place your order online at their website or visit their physical stores. For those that live in Klang Valley, you can drop by their stores that are located in Mid Valley Megamall, MyTown Shopping Centre, Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall or 1 Utama. Don’t forget to sign up for their loyalty program here to get RM15 off your very first order!

Price Range: RM29.90 – RM129.90

 

2. MEELBYSS

Couple wearing matching comfy loungewear sets

Source: MEELBYSS Instagram

 

MEELBYSS is a clothing brand that focuses on making trendy, fashion-forward and comfortable sweatsuits to be worn in humid Malaysian weather. Their sweatsuits are available in tie-dye prints, bold and pastel colours. This brand is not foreign among our local women celebrities. I have seen Nora Danish, Ameera Khan, Sweet Qismina and members of Dolla girl group donning their sweatsuits for a relaxing day at home. Click here to visit their website to grab one of your own sets of comfy and stylish loungewear!

 

Price Range: RM200 – RM285

 

3. ANAABU

Woman wearing a comfy loungewear set on bed with a book and laptop

Source: ANAABU Instagram

 

ANAABU is an independent apparel label that designs with minimal adornment, muted colours and infuses soft androgyny into their creations. Their garments focus on comfort, practicality and versatility. They have recently released a new collection called Santai that I can picture wearing not just at home, but also to the beach or a picnic! At ANAABU, you can buy unisex tops, bottoms and even a kimono. Why don’t you drop by their physical store at Subang Jaya to get an ensemble that both you and your partner can share? You know what they say, sharing is caring!

 

Price Range: RM119 – RM229

Location: 26, Jalan SS18/1A,SS18, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

 

4. Lulla

Woman wearing a chic and stylish loungewear set on a chair at home

Source: Lulla Website

 

Lulla was founded by two mothers who realised the difficulty of buying comfortable clothes that are presentable to welcome unannounced guests. They wanted to produce everyday pieces that you can not only wear at home but also for a quick grocery run. One of their collections, the Petra pyjama looks so luxurious that they don’t deserve to only be seen by your colleagues through those Zoom calls! Try tucking the top in and pair the set with killer heels, I’m pretty sure nobody will ever know that you’re wearing pyjamas.

 

Price Range: RM20 – RM399

 

5. Poplook

Woman wearing a blue long sleeve loungewear set

Source: Poplook Website

 

Poplook is a homegrown modest fashion label that provides clothes up to size 4XL. They also offer fashionable options for even pregnant women! Here, you can get your hands on their Neely knitted sport blouse or their comfortable jersey pullover Orlina dress which you can pair with a blazer and cinch belt for a professional look once you’re back to the office. Poplook is available both online and offline. So, head on over to their website or check out their physical stores at Setia City Mall, The Curve, Sogo, IOI Putrajaya and KL East Mall to find your next comfy yet stylish look!

 

Price Range: RM27.60 – RM159

 

 

Working from home can be challenging when you can no longer separate your work and home life. National Alliance on Mental Illness suggests that having a routine by taking your shower and dressing up for work will help your brain to enter into a work mindset which will eventually increase productivity. However, wearing your normal office wear at home may not be that comfortable and suitable considering the weather in Malaysia. I just gave you a solid reason for you to finally go shopping for some comfy and stylish loungewear and ditch your everyday leggings. In these hard times, don’t forget to love yourself!

A Borneon girl with hilarious sense of humor and believes in embracing changes in life with openarms. Oftentimes found with a cup of coffee or bubble tea in hand.

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