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The Ultimate Cozy Clothes Guide for Home (and Eventually Travel)

We’re all about soft fabrics, elastic waistbands, and cozy comfort right now. Stock up on these loungewear essentials now for couch time, and one day, they’ll keep you warm and comfortable on a long-haul flight.

CRZ Yoga Leggings

CRZ Yoga Leggings

Billed as a cheaper dupe for Lululemon’s cult-favorite leggings, the CRZ Yoga Leggings are made from a similarly butter-soft fabric for a third of the price. The high waistband and flexible fit offers just the right amount of compression. A hidden pocket fits your keys or any other essentials you might need to take on a run or walk. 

Title Nine Crash Polartec Gear

Crash 2.0 Polartec Jacket
Title Nine

Famously warm Polartec fabrics are a cold-weather staple for good reason—they help insulate like no other. Title Nine has teamed up with Polartec to create the magical Crash fabric that’s crafted from the warming and wicking material and designed to move with you. 

You can check out the incredibly warm and unbelievably soft Crash fabric in a few Title Nine designs (we’ll be building our winter wardrobe around these pieces). The Crash Polartec Fabric Dress is perfect when paired with fleece-lined leggings for winter nights out on patios or apres-ski and is soon to become our go-to outfit for flights where we want to be comfortable but still look pulled-together. The Crash 2.0 Leggings are lined with the warm and cozy Crash fabric plus have a wind-resistant exterior and plenty of abrasion resistance (and a zippered pocket) that make these the perfect hiking leggings. The stylish Crash 2.0 Polartec Jacket can be worn alone or as a mid-layer depending on the temperature.

American Giant Joggers

American Giant

Looking for the perfect lounge pants for all-day Netflix marathons, but still want to look presentable if you leave the house? The on-trend American Giant Joggers fit the bill. Made from a soft and warm French Terry fabric, these are the elusive sweatpants that have pockets, look stylish, and aren’t restrictive or saggy. 

Amazon Essentials French Terry Fleece Crewneck Sweatshirt

French Terry Fleece Crewneck from Amazon Essentials

Switch up your look on Zoom calls without spending a ton with Amazon Essentials’ French Terry Fleece Crewneck Sweatshirt. This classically-styled crewneck sweatshirt comes in a huge range of colors, including a bright mint or a nautically-inspired navy and white stripe pattern. At just $20 a piece, you can stock up and have a few backups for laundry day. 

Made from a cotton and polyester blend, these sweatshirts are the perfect weight and aren’t too flimsy or too bully. 

Daily Ritual Ponte Knit Skinny-Fit Zip Pants

Daily Ritual Ponte Knit Skinny-Fit Zip Pants

Want to look pulled-together but dread giving up your leggings? Daily Ritual Ponte Knit Skinny-Fit Zip Pants are stretchy and comfortable like leggings, but look a little bit more like real pants, thanks to a thicker fabric and two front zip pockets.

These pants are available in classic black, business-casual patterns like herringbone and twill, and a fun animal print.

Naadam Cashmere Hoodie

Cashmere Hoodie from Naadam

You might not be flying first-class, but you can feel (and look) like it in Naadam’s Cashmere Hoodie. Made from luxuriously soft 100 percent cashmere, this breathable, wrinkle-resistant, and odor-blocking hoodie is perfect for classing up your travel look.

The hand-brushed Mongolian cashmere won’t pill like cheaper cashmeres, and it will keep you warm without adding weight.

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